Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 161234
Can't edit files in a ftp folder
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:08 EST
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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; es-ES; rv:1.7.8) Gecko/20050524 Fedora/1.0.4 Firefox/1.0.4
Description of problem:
Open a ftp folder (created with nautilus) open a file and when you try to save the bluefish hangs. If you do it from the terminal, yoy can see that:
[tatxe@iglu ~]$ bluefish
(bluefish:8853): libgnomevfs-WARNING **: gnome-vfs-monitor.c: A monitor handle was destroyed before it was added to the method hash table. This is a bug in the application and can cause crashes. It is probably a race-condition.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open a file from a ftp server
Actual Results: bluefish hangs.
Expected Results: Save the file
[tatxe@iglu ~]$ rpm -qa gnome-vfs*
Could you please file a bug upstream in GNOME bugzilla against Bluefish. I can't
reproduce this with bluefish 1.0.2 compiled from sources on my FC4 system. The
Extras package appears to be compiled without libgnomeui. libgnomeui is an
optional, but recommended dependency. I'm assuming right now you are
encountering a bug if bluefish is compiled without libgnomeui.
Can you please test the 1.0.2 FC4 RPM on the Bluefish master server to see if
your problem is fixed. This RPM is compiled with libgnomeui support. Thanks.
I works fine now. Thanks a lot.
How about updating Fedora Extras to 1.0.2 and building it with libgnomeui support?
It's up to the bluefish package maintainer for Fedora Extras to so this.
Compiling with libgnomeui support is the current workaround for the bug. I'm not
the package maintainer for Extras. I'm an upstream bluefish developer. I built
the RPM on the Bluefish server. The bug when compiling without libgnomeui has
not ben fixed upstream yet. Although even if it was fixed, I would still
recommend compiling with libgnomeui.
Reopining ticket, since if I understand comment 2 and comment 3 correctly, this
bug still applies to the Fedora Extras package.
Yes, the current Extras Bluefish 1.0 RPM is apparently effected by a bug in
bluefish. libgnomeui is an optional dependency. Compiling with libgnomeui
appears to work around the problem.
Since the OP has now closed this bug twice despite there not being a fix for the
package in Fedora Extras, I've raised a new bug to keep this issue open:
Whoops; didn't mean to reopen this bug. Sorry about that.