abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
cmdline: /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/pybliographer --quiet /usr/share/pybliographer/pybliographic.py
reason: Editor.py:639:menu_select:AttributeError: 'gtk.ComboBox' object has no attribute 'set_history'
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
Editor.py:639:menu_select:AttributeError: 'gtk.ComboBox' object has no attribute 'set_history'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/pybliographer/Pyblio/GnomeUI/Editor.py", line 639, in menu_select
self.menu.set_history (entry_list.index (self.entry.type))
AttributeError: 'gtk.ComboBox' object has no attribute 'set_history'
Local variables in innermost frame:
idx: <GtkTreeIter at 0x25d5440>
menu: <gtk.ComboBox object at 0x24aee60 (GtkComboBox at 0x252a340)>
self: <Pyblio.GnomeUI.Editor.RealEditor instance at 0x24abfc8>
entry_list: [EntryDescription ('Article'), EntryDescription ('Book'), EntryDescription ('Booklet'), EntryDescription ('InBook'), EntryDescription ('InCollection'), EntryDescription ('InProceedings'), EntryDescription ('Manual'), EntryDescription ('MastersThesis'), EntryDescription ('Misc'), EntryDescription ('PhdThesis'), EntryDescription ('Proceedings'), EntryDescription ('TechReport'), EntryDescription ('Unpublished')]
entry: EntryDescription ('Misc')
How to reproduce
1. Change from Article to Misc
Created attachment 435939 [details]
Hm, I couldn't reproduce the error on F13 i686. Could you please give the steps to reproduce the crash in detail? From starting pybliographer.
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