Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 860898
[abrt] gimp-2.8.2-1.fc17: Process /usr/bin/gimp-2.8 was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2013-08-01 00:22:40 EDT
Description of problem:
After inserting text or removing text, gimp just crash.
Version-Release number of selected component:
libreport version: 2.0.13
:Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
: #0 _gail_text_view_delete_range_cb at gailtextview.c
: #1 _gtk_marshal_VOID__BOXED_BOXED at gtkmarshalers.c
: #6 gtk_text_buffer_emit_delete at gtktextbuffer.c
: #7 gtk_text_buffer_delete at gtktextbuffer.c
: #8 gtk_text_buffer_set_text at gtktextbuffer.c
: #9 gimp_text_buffer_set_text at gimptextbuffer.c
: #10 gimp_text_tool_connect at gimptexttool.c
: #11 gimp_text_tool_set_drawable at gimptexttool.c
: #12 gimp_text_tool_control at gimptexttool.c
: #13 gimp_tool_control at gimptool.c
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Hi. I couldn't reproduce the problem you described, I tried it on F-17, both on x86_64 and i686:
0) Start GIMP
1) Create a new image (640x400 px)
2) Choose the text tool
3) Click somewhere in the image
4) Write some text
5) Select some letters of text in a terminal window (Shift+Ctrl+C)
6) Position text cursor in the middle of the written text, paste (Ctrl+V)
7) Click-drag to select some letters, backspace to delete it
8) Click-drag to select some letters, Ctrl+X to cut/delete
Can you reproduce this problem still? If yes, please describe how (and what differs from the way I tried it). Thanks!
Yes I can still reproduce.
You need to select "Use editor" with gnome.
The workaround is actually to not use the gnome editor.
Using the external editor doesn't make a difference here -- no crash.
Can you create a screen capture/video and attach it here? It seems that you use GNOME Shell, to create a screencap video in it just press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R to start recording, then do what you did to make GIMP crash, then press the same key combination to stop recording. This will place a video file in $HOME/Videos which you can attach here. Thanks!
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Desktop video capture to show how to reproduce the problem
Thanks! I can't spot anything out of the ordinary regarding your setup in the video. I've also tried to reproduce this as you demonstrated, both closing the external editor before clicking the move tool, and leaving it open, to no avail. Additionally I tried this with a test user (i.e. should be a clean environment), also no success in getting GIMP to crash -- let's check at the opposite:
Please move away (don't delete!) all GIMP configuration directories (i.e. $HOME/.gimp-2.8 but also all other versions -- $HOME/.gimp-* -- GIMP tries to migrate settings if they exist and I want to avoid that), then try to reproduce your problem.
*** Bug 846537 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 951818 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Can anybody subscribed to this bug reproduce the issue with a "clean slate" as I described in comment #14? I.e. move away (don't delete, but e.g. move to a subfolder) all .gimp-* folders in your home directory, then run GIMP and try to reproduce the issue. Thanks!
This bug is fixed upstream in gtk-2-24:
Author: Michael Natterer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun Apr 21 05:09:52 2013 +0200
entry: unset the completion in dispose() not finalize()
Most likely fixes whatever evil gail interaction causing a crash I
could never reproduce but has been reported several times against GIMP.
The same fix is in GTK+ 3.x already (bug #683983).
gtk/gtkentry.c | 3 +--
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 2 deletions(-)
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