Bug 37475 - Crash in GTK+ application when entering a non ascii char in some boxe
Summary: Crash in GTK+ application when entering a non ascii char in some boxe
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Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: gtk+   
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Version: 7.1
Hardware: i386 Linux
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Assignee: Owen Taylor
QA Contact: David Lawrence
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Blocks: 39229
TreeView+ depends on / blocked
Reported: 2001-04-24 20:13 UTC by Gissehel, Arthibus
Modified: 2007-04-18 16:32 UTC (History)
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Last Closed: 2001-05-07 13:52:57 UTC
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Description Gissehel, Arthibus 2001-04-24 20:13:45 UTC
GTK+ applications crash when you're inserting into fields some char like
"i" or "`" or "h". For non english speaking, it's very annoying bug.

  This seems to be related to
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=51644 and the bug seems to
disapear by using gtk+ 1.2.10 

  If this is a real bug (not only on my system), Readhat7.1 should upgrade
to gtk+ 1.2.10

Comment 1 Gissehel, Arthibus 2001-04-24 20:19:47 UTC
Okay, my message was corrupted, so, the sentence was not 

... some char like "i" or "`" or "h". ...


... some char like "eacute" or "agrave" or "egrave". ...

(like the ones in html ...)
(and probably any > 0x80 chars)

Comment 2 Carlos Rodrigues 2001-04-29 14:05:44 UTC
This only seems to happen if the LC_CTYPE environment variable is either not 
set or set to "C" or "POSIX", for instance I have it now set to "pt_PT" and 
the problem does not occur.

Comment 3 Owen Taylor 2001-07-10 21:40:46 UTC
Generally, you can't expect to use non-ASCII characters in C or POSIX
locales and expect that to work. How would the app know if they
were iso-8859-1, koi8-r, euc-jp, etc characters? If you want
English messages, you can use the en_US locale (what you get if
you install Red Hat in English), or simply set your LC_CTYPE
envariable to the language you want, while leaving LANG/LC_ALL

However, of course, it shouldn't crash. The crash was fixed in 1.2.10, 
which has been in rawhide for a while.

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