Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1255988
[abrt] conduit: FileConfiguration.py:134:_item_icon_data_func:TypeError: could not parse subscript as a tree path
Last modified: 2015-12-02 13:16:54 EST
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: python /usr/bin/conduit
runlevel: N 5
FileConfiguration.py:134:_item_icon_data_func:TypeError: could not parse subscript as a tree path
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/conduit/modules/FileModule/FileConfiguration.py", line 134, in _item_icon_data_func
if self.tree_model[path][TYPE_IDX] == FileDataProvider.TYPE_FILE:
TypeError: could not parse subscript as a tree path
Local variables in innermost frame:
tree_model: <GenericDBListStore object at 0x7efbc730d140 (PyGtkGenericTreeModel at 0x32890e0)>
rowref: <GtkTreeIter at 0x7ffbffff5dd0>
column: <gtk.TreeViewColumn object at 0x7efbc4092e60 (GtkTreeViewColumn at 0x337c0c0)>
self: <_FileSourceConfigurator object at 0x7efbc7303320 (conduit+Configurator+BaseConfigContainer at 0x33875a0)>
cell_renderer: <gtk.CellRendererPixbuf object at 0x7efbc50915a0 (GtkCellRendererPixbuf at 0x338f750)>
Potential duplicate: bug 766964
Created attachment 1065897 [details]
Created attachment 1065898 [details]
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