abrt 1.0.9 detected a crash.
cmdline: python listen '/home/Mircea/Desktop/Jamendo/Amity in Fame - Dinner for One -- Jamendo - OGG Vorbis q7 - 2008.07.07 [www.jamendo.com]/01 - Dinner for One.ogg'
reason: dbus_manager.py:99:enqueue:AttributeError: 'ListenDBus' object has no attribute 'win'
release: Fedora release 12 (Constantine)
dbus_manager.py:99:enqueue:AttributeError: 'ListenDBus' object has no attribute 'win'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "listen", line 155, in on_ready_cb
File "listen", line 163, in post_start
self.option.run_load( self.listen_instance.dbus_service )
File "/usr/lib/listen/option_parser.py", line 161, in run_load
ret = listen_dbus_interface.enqueue(self.convert_args_to_uris_string(self.args))
File "/usr/lib/listen/dbus_manager.py", line 99, in enqueue
self.win.playlist_ui.playlist.add_uris, pos=None, sort=True)
AttributeError: 'ListenDBus' object has no attribute 'win'
Local variables in innermost frame:
win: <Listen object at 0xa20b70c (widget+listen+Listen at 0x9f448b0)>
self: <dbus_manager.ListenDBus at /org/gnome/listen at 0xa22076c>
How to reproduce
1. right click on ogg music file
2. select open with Listen Music Player
Created attachment 414322 [details]
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