Description of problem:
Recentmanager test fails on Rawhide/F21, but doesn't happen on build.gnome.org
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (6 frames)
#2 gtk_recent_manager_add_full at gtkrecentmanager.c:938
#3 recent_manager_add at recentmanager.c:58
#4 test_case_run at gtestutils.c:2059
#5 g_test_run_suite_internal at gtestutils.c:2120
#7 g_test_run_suite at gtestutils.c:2184
#8 g_test_run at gtestutils.c:1488
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Is shared-mime-info installed on the system when this test fails ?
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JFYI I'm attaching a full list of packages
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