[Tellico-users] tellico on mac os x 10.6.2 (snow leopard)

Christophe Diericx christophe.diericx at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 19:13:20 UTC 2010

That quick fix seems to work perfectly fine for now, Tellico is up and
running (and looking good).
Can't believe I didn't come up with this myself ;-) (I did try adding
a config.sync() call but then you'd just
get runtime errors a little higher in the ImageWidget constructor).

A quick screenshot of Telico on Mac OS X 10.6.2:

I think I'll submit a portfile for macports (there is a recent fink
package since the end of december but there's still one 'fink'
for people on Snow leopard).

Thanks ~a lot~ for this hint (and for all your work on Tellico of course).


2010/2/4 Robby Stephenson <robby at periapsis.org>:
> On Monday 01 February 2010, Christophe Diericx wrote:
>> When running with gdb I get (when crashing the application):
>> ASSERT: "d" in file /opt/local/include/ksharedptr.h, line 126
>> Could this be related to this:
>> http://old.nabble.com/-Tellico-users--crash-in-2.0pre2-when-saving-edited
>> -entry-td25307849.html ?
> Looks vaguely similar, though the symptom just means there's a pointer
> getting dereferenced incorrectly somewhere.
> Do you might trying a small code fix to let me know if it works for you?
> In the src/gui/imagewidget.cpp file, down around line 153, change the
> function to be
> ImageWidget::~ImageWidget() {
>  if(m_editor) {
>    KConfigGroup config(KGlobal::config(), "EditImage");
>    config.writeEntry("editor", m_editor->name());
>  }
> }
> Essentially just add the "if(m_editor)" line and closing bracket. That might
> do the trick.
> Robby

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