Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 132508
[cannaLE] the aux object should be destroyed when closing the applications
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:49 EST
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Description of problem:
similar problem for Canna LE like Bug#131211
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.run gedit on ja_JP.UTF-8
3.look at ps -ef
Actual Results: com.OpenI18N.leif.CannaLE.menu is running
Expected Results: com.OpenI18N.leif.CannaLE.menu should be destroyed
should be fixed in 12.0.1-7.svn1891.
Tested with 12.0.1-7.svn1891, unfortunately,
com.OpenI18N.leif.CannaLE.menu is still running after closing the
application. In fact, I notice that even when the LE is switched off
the com.OpenI18N.leif.CannaLE.menu is also running.
Well, have you killed that process first before running on the new
Tested with im-sdk-12.0.1-9.svn1936
Before I start CannaLE the process is not there, so I did not kill
anything. So after toggle on CannaLE, the process appear and after
toggle off, the process is still there. Is this correct?
it was another bug in the updated snapshot. please try 12.0.1-10.svn1943.
Confirmed fixed. Tested with im-sdk-12.0.1-12.svn1943.
the patch was reverted for some bugs. this problem appears again.
Tested with im-sdk-12.0.1-17.svn1994, the bug is still around.
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