When I startup apprunner the browser shows up but after a little while it prints out an error message in GTK. Adding menu listener to [Help Contents] Adding menu listener to [How To Tutorial] Adding menu listener to [Help Channel] Adding menu listener to [Software Updates] Adding menu listener to [Technical Support] Adding menu listener to [Release Notes] Adding menu listener to [About Communicator Prototype] Gtk-CRITICAL **: file gtkbox.c: line 332 (gtk_box_pack_start): assertion `child->parent == NULL' failed. After that nothing seems to work. I was running under Solaris 2.6 on a Sparc box. I compiled with egcs 1.1.1 and I was using glib-1.2.0 and gtk+-1.2.0.
Re-assigned to email@example.com. Pavlov, this assert seems to be happening inside GTK (since we don't appear to have a "gtkbox.c" source file in mozilla. Any ideas? Assign back to me if not.
this is something stupid somewhere. i'm changing it from major to normal as it isn't hurting anything. i've seen it do this on a few other GTK apps, so i don't think this is mozilla specific. working to see what is going on.
marking all non-functionality m4 bugs of mine to m5 as i won't be around for the next week or two.
I think this is a gtk 1.2.0 specific bug as I havn't seen this happening with more recent version (1.2.[1-2]). I'm moving it to M6 and going to see if we can shift to newer versions of gtk slowly as not to upset the peace of things.
*** Bug 5575 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
moving to m7. to fix this we have to have a new version of GTK.
As per bug 5575, this is happening on Linux also.
cyeh: to fix this, i need to require gtk >= 1.2.1
Marking M8. If you plan to fix any of these for m7, mark them so.
Moving all Apprunner bugs past and present to Other component temporarily whilst don and I set correct component. Apprunner component will be deleted/retired shortly.
Can we get an update on this? Still a problem?
It's not happening on Linux 1999-08-30-01-M10.
Appears to be fixed by general tree stabilization since the bug was first reported.