abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
cmdline: /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/pychess
comment: Normal quit of application.
reason: Process /usr/bin/python was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
How to reproduce
1. Normal exit of pychess using menu.
Created attachment 430272 [details]
Hmm, this has close to nothing to do with pychess on it's own, but the backtrace looks even more ugly than in bug #612349...
This time, there are more gtk any gobject functions in it, so it could be a gtk bug this time. (I have no clue)
Forwarding to python, maybe they can tell, if it's python or gtk or something else.
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How reproducible is this problem? If you run the program from a terminal, is an error message printed?
What is the output of running the following command?
rpm -q pygobject2 pygtk2 gtk2 glib2 python
Looking at the backtrace, it looks like the problem occurred in thread #1 in pygobject_register_wrapper_full:
pygobject.c:603:pygobject_register_wrapper_full: assertion failed: (obj->ref_count >= 1)
Reassigning component from "python" to "pygobject2"; hopefully the pygobject2 maintainer will be able to figure this out further or reassign as necessary.
The bug seems to be not very reproducible, or at least I have not been able to do exactly what I did to trigger the bug the first time. The game had just gotten to the point where a win was assured, and I just quit the application. I answered "quit without saving" and the application took a very long time to close the window and that's when abrt opened up. I wasn't really doing anything noticeably different at the time.
This particular machine is often heavily loaded, and I will start/stop pychess often while working at the machine. pychess often crashes, but I have not seen that particular backtrace again.
Output of 'rpm -q pygobject2 pygtk2 gtk2 glib2 python':
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