Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1011586
Stack trace drawing problem with GTK3 + eclipse-swt GTK3 provider
Last modified: 2015-02-18 04:48:36 EST
Description of problem:
When running JUnit tests, the view as (provided by org.eclipse.jdt.internal.junit.ui.TestRunnerViewPart) where the stack trace used to show up, does not always seem to render the stack-trace appropriately using SWT_GTK3=1 eclipse
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Mostly all the time. I seem to be able to get it fixed, then it's flaking out on me again. Please see the linked video for a demo.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Repeatedly run JUnit test cases. Make sure they fail sometimes so you see
Stack traces don't show up, detailing about the test failure.
Stack traces show up reliably.
I've also noticed that "CTRL+ALT+X T" does not always run the test case currently in focus in the editor. Same for right-click => run-as => junit test.
Promised video link illustrating the issue: http://jerboaa.fedorapeople.org/bugs/rhbz_1011586.webm
A similar drawing/update of view problem happens in the call-hierarchy view (CTRL+ALT+H on any method in the source editor). Class contributing this view is:
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FWIW, I haven't seen this issue in a while. Seems to have been fixed. I'm on F21 eclipse Luna SR1 these days.