Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 154815
OOo writer dies when loading a large file
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:04 EST
Description of problem:
I have a file composed completely of imported HTML files. When saving, the
processor usage goes to 100%. On reloading the file, processor usage goes to
100%, the file briefly appears on screen and then OOo crashes.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start OOo writer and import around 300K of HTML with images
2. Save, edit a bit, save
3. Close OOo. Start OOo and file->open
CPU usage goes to 100%, file briefly appears and OOo dies
File should be loaded
If the HTML images are not available, the file loads and is editable. All images
I can tarball both the file and the html source if it helps.
attach the tarball and I can have a look
Created attachment 113153 [details]
OOWriter file with the files imported
Do not double click the OOo file - that gives a serious wierd result - the file
loads, but all of the top panels vanish!
As a side question, once an image is brought in as part of a HTML document,
shouldn't it become embedded into the actual document instead of being a link or
do I need to say make all images part of the doc?
Seems ok with 1.9.96-2, certainly opening the .odt doesn't crash or fail in some
other way. Importing a few of the html files seems alright both during and after