Description of problem:
searching within the definition of a word drove to the crash.
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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (6 frames)
#2 g_realloc at gmem.c:174
#3 StarDictClient::parse_dict_result at stardict_client.cpp:1166
#4 StarDictClient::parse at stardict_client.cpp:1272
#5 StarDictClient::on_io_in_event at stardict_client.cpp:835
#10 gtk_main at gtkmain.c:1257
#11 AppCore::Init at stardict.cpp:2080
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Do you know the exact steps to reproduce this issue?
(In reply to Robin Lee from comment #11)
> Do you know the exact steps to reproduce this issue?
It seems to be random, and I forgot to tell that online dictionaries looking up is enabled, which might contribute to the crash as if when it failed to make connection, showing error messages containing words like 'bad file descriptor' and '...socket',sorry,I can't clearly memorize them. But it just happened when I mistakenly clicked 'search' button as I mentioned early. Sometimes it will quit unexpectedly when such message dialog closed and even without bug warning. But I can't reproduce the exact bug, I tried many times, that is, double click any word to look up, and again look up another word within the definition and then click search, but this at most makes the UI frezze.
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