[Bf-committers] RE: OOPS-Outliner crash
Meino Christian Cramer
Meino.Cramer at gmx.de
Thu Oct 7 07:38:12 CEST 2004
Uuuuhh....SORRY for the wrong alert previously!
The problem is not blender (or not fully...) : The key sequence is
bind to "Minimize windows" on my Window Manager (the crash from
inside gdb remains, though...). This simulates a crash nearly
perfectly, when not awaited.... ;)
But this brings up another problem:
As long as Blender does not support to remap Key Bindings in some way
(user prefs, config file or something similiar), one is urged to
install and to get used to another window manager, if this window
manager does also not support key remapping (as blender...) only for
being able to use blender and its hotkeys....(the view menu does not
show any apprpiate entry and many hotkeys does not have any menu
entry at all...)
Furthermore "hotkey clashes" with other programs are possible, if the
user is no longer able to rearrange hotkeys in a way, that no
And this scenario becomes more and more evident, the more
functionality -- and therefore hotkeys -- are added to blender, which
itself is in turn a very nice thing! ;)
> I read the description of the new outline mode on www.blender3d.org.
> With an "empty" blender ("nothing" in the scene) and nothing selected
> to be shown in the oops-Window Blender crashes at once, when pressing
> SHFT-ALT-F9 (I cannot find anything appropiate in the VIEW-menu.
> I tried a simply scene (plane,camera,light) but blender still crashes
> with SHFT-ALT-F9.
> I tried to start blender from gdb to check, what is going on, but gdb
> seems not to like blender very much (or vice versa):
> [~/] :gdb /usr/local/bin/blender
> GNU gdb 6.2
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> This GDB was configured as "i686-pc-linux-gnu"...Using host libthread_db library "/lib/libthread_db.so.1".
> (gdb) run
> Starting program: /usr/local/bin/blender
> [Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
> [New Thread 16384 (LWP 25423)]
> Checking for Python install...
> Installed Python found!
> Program received signal SIGFPE, Arithmetic exception.
> [Switching to Thread 16384 (LWP 25423)]
> 0xb78dc3c0 in _mesa_test_os_sse_exception_support ()
> from /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/dri/radeon_dri.so
> This happens without haveing seen the blender window at all....(no
> user interaction is needed to crash blender from within gdb)
> My CVS snapshot is of "Oct 7 03:24"....
> Keep hacking!
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