This bug was filed from the Socorro interface and is report bp-08b323b0-ae70-4c6f-8b8a-7e91f2150826. ============================================================= Crash bug submitted by an Irish user on Twitter.
I can reproduce on TB 38.2.0 on Mac OS X 10.10.3. The crash happens when checking for new mail in an IMAP inbox (I tested with a yahoo.com account). The message "Fillteán %S á oscailt…" appears ("Opening folder %S…"; imapStatusSelectingMailbox) at the bottom of the window briefly before the crash. The original reporter tested with the German locale and didn't have a problem.
Do you have crash ID? bp-08b323b0-ae70-4c6f-8b8a-7e91f2150826. 0 xul.dll NS_strlen(wchar_t const*) xpcom/glue/nsCRTGlue.cpp 1 xul.dll cvt_S xpcom/glue/nsTextFormatter.cpp 2 xul.dll dosprintf xpcom/glue/nsTextFormatter.cpp 3 ntdll.dll NtDeviceIoControlFile Ø 4 mswsock.dll mswsock.dll@0xb08f 5 @0x1509c67f 6 xul.dll nsTextFormatter::smprintf(wchar_t const*, ...) xpcom/glue/nsTextFormatter.cpp 7 xul.dll nsImapProtocol::ShowProgress() c:/builds/moz2_slave/tb-rel-c-esr38-w32_bld-0000000/build/mailnews/imap/src/nsImapProtocol.cpp:5094 8 xul.dll nsImapServerResponseParser::msg_fetch() c:/builds/moz2_slave/tb-rel-c-esr38-w32_bld-0000000/build/mailnews/imap/src/nsImapServerResponseParser.cpp:1042
The fault seems to be specific to Irish (ga-IE) language, as I also got this after yesterday's automatic updates to Windows Vista and Thunderbird. I tested by installing the English language version and the problem disappeared. A similar problem may exist with other non-English language versions. See crash report: bp-49793cee-3112-4405-90aa-029ed2150910
Still seeing this in Earlybird 42 version, which means I can't sign off until this is resolved. I'm cc'ing a couple of l10n people since this appears to be Irish-specific. Maybe someone who knows the TB code base can tell me what string is being sprintf'd here, and tie it back to an entity in case there's some problem in my localization (missing variable, translation that's too long, etc.)? As I noted above, it crashes just after displaying "Opening folder %S…" (imapStatusSelectingMailbox) - what happens after that?
I don't get mail code, sadly. It's crashing at https://mxr.mozilla.org/comm-esr38/source/mailnews/imap/src/nsImapProtocol.cpp#5092, which implies that there might be a misordering of arguments. What puzzles me is that it's still crashing in aurora, and I don't see traces of this in compare-locales. Which I'd expect. Kevin, do you have the crash stack in Earlybird for us, too?
Can't see anything wrong with your translation compared to other locales either https://transvision.mozfr.org/string/?entity=mail/chrome/messenger/imapMsgs.properties:imapStatusSelectingMailbox&repo=aurora
Note, I'm pretty sure that that's not the string that's crashing. The crashing one needs to have a %s or %S, and two numbers, I'd say. But no idea which string that actually is.
Thanks Axel and flod! This string seems to fit Axel's criteria: https://transvision.mozfr.org/string/?entity=mail/chrome/messenger/imapMsgs.properties:imapReceivingMessageHeaders2&repo=aurora and indeed I'm reordering variables. But note that dsb/hsb both do the same thing. Could this be the problem?
Yes, that's the problem. You need to explicitly order: %1$lu %2$lu %3$S And compare-locales has a bug in that it doesn't support 'size' in text formatter expressions.
(In reply to Axel Hecht [:Pike] from comment #10) > Yes, that's the problem. > > You need to explicitly order: %1$lu %2$lu %3$S > Just to be 100% sure, is it not %2$lu %3$lu %1$S? The numbers don't refer to the order of variables in the source string?
(In reply to Kevin Scannell from comment #11) > > Just to be 100% sure, is it not %2$lu %3$lu %1$S? > The numbers don't refer to the order of variables in the source string? Yes, like this. Sorry for the confusion.
Landed what I hope is a fix on Aurora: http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/l10n/mozilla-aurora/ga-IE/rev/16fbc1466440 Will test the nightly build tomorrow morning.
I don't understand why the variables %2$lu %3$lu %1$S should be used now. English has two %lu and one %S only, without number and dollar sign. So, according to Kevin's fix from comment 13 I should %2$lu %3$lu %1$S for both Sorbian languages? dsb: Powěsćowa głowowa smužka %2$lu z %3$lu z %1$S se ześěgujo… hsb: Hłowa powěsće %2$lu z %3$lu z %1$S so sćahuje…
The raisin is "crappy code". https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/mozilla.dev.platform/crash/mozilla.dev.platform/pMjvDQzzSqE/rZ164I-QqMYJ has details. And yes, the versions for dsb and hsb look OK technically. The 'z' in two meanings is interesting from a language-as-math POV, like mine ;-)
Thank you, Axel. Well, it is the same meaning for both ocurrences here ("from"). But, you are right, this preposition has really two meanings: with genitive, it means "from", with instrumental "(together) with" or "by" (by means of).
Just an update on this... The latest Earlybird builds are still crashing, despite getting a bit farther than before. In trying to figure this out, I found one more string with out-of-order variables (imapFolderReceivingMessageOf2). Just fixed it in Pootle, will wait for that to propagate and test the next build. Here's the crash report for the record: https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/f1fb6fa6-b1f0-47a9-877d-127a72150920
Thank you Kevin, I changed this string for dsb and hsb although I had the English order there. I customized it to the other two strings.
Today's Earlybird build works perfectly.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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