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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9pre) Gecko/2008040104 Minefield/3.0pre Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9pre) Gecko/2008040104 Minefield/3.0pre I have tested this on two Intel Macs and two PPC Macs and seems only to be a problem with Intel machines, cannot repro on PPC. Clicking on Help freezers the browser, and once it has crashed. Running OS X 10.5.2. http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/fd80f82e-0099-11dd-8fe2-001a4bd43ef6 Reproducible: Always
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 400291
Are you sure it's a duplicate of bug 400291? That one appears only on PPCX Macs, and not on Intel Macs. So it seems to be the opposite problem!
Either this isn't a dup of bug 400291, or bug 400291 is more complicated than we thought. Only time will tell. Simon, please do Bookmarks : Organize Bookmarks, then look at All Bookmarks : Smart Bookmarks : Recent Tags, and tell us what you see there.
I see no smart bookmarks. I have tried a clean profile as well. The bookmarks bar is also empty and Places seems not to exist.
> I see no smart bookmarks You mean you don't see a "Smart Bookmarks" item on the bookmarks toolbar or when you do "Organize Bookmarks"? Or do you mean that you don't see any individual bookmarks under "Smart Bookmarks" (under "Most Visisted", "Recently Bookmarked" or "Recent Tags")? If it's the former, there's definitely something wrong.
Fresh profile by trashing everything.
You can make sure it's recreated by going to about:config, set browser.places.createdSmartBookmarks to false, and restart.
Yes that worked. They all now appear in the Library window. Of note on new profile, Smart Bookmarks was set to false. I changed it to true, restarted, then to false, restarted, then Smart Bookmarks appeared. Anyone repro? Steven, how does this relate to the bug submitted?
> Steven, how does this relate to the bug submitted? Can you still reproduce it? :-)
Yes, every time.
Alright then, do you see circular (self-referencing) bookmarks like those reported at bug 424769?
BTW, I can confirm that the crasher is also still there,
I think we can be pretty confident this isn't a dup of bug 400291.
Status: RESOLVED → UNCONFIRMED
Resolution: DUPLICATE → ---
There've been about 300 similar crashes in the last week. A quick glance through these shows: 1) All seem to be on OS X 10.5 (and all on x86, but I'm not sure that means a lot). 2) All (or most?) happen when browsing a menu. 3) All happen in imgRequestProxy::OnStopFrame(). Sam Sidler and Gavin Sharp, please try to find a home for this bug :-) It's worth noting that all of this is still consistent with this bug being a Places bug.
Just so that people are aware: On OS X 10.5.X, opening the Help menu causes the OS to re-index all the app's menus. This isn't itself a problem, but can uncover other bugs (i.e. this one (bug 426499) and bug bug 400291). Bug 426499 and bug 400291 are otherwise _not_ related.
> http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/4aa7565e-00ff-11dd-a76b-001a4bd43e5c I get "error not found" trying to view this.
Steven: Lately Breakpad is taking a bit of time to process the reports, so if you check back later you will probably see the stack. (In reply to comment #21) > > http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/4aa7565e-00ff-11dd-a76b-001a4bd43e5c > > I get "error not found" trying to view this. >
Summary: Clicking "Help" on menu bar freezers or crashes browser. → [10.5] Crash opening Help menu [@ imgRequestProxy::OnStopFrame(gfxIImageFrame*)]
Thanks, Marcia. I can see it now, and it also (like the one from comment #0 and the others from comment #18) happens in imgRequestProxy::OnStopFrame().
(In reply to comment #2) > Are you sure it's a duplicate of bug 400291? That one appears only on PPCX > Macs, and not on Intel Macs. So it seems to be the opposite problem! > That's not what I read in bug 400291 comment 5 > Yes, this is a clean install of 10.5 on my Mac Book Pro, where I have a > partition for Tiger and a partition for Leoopard. Powerbook, PPC; Macbook Pro, Intel.
(In reply to comment #16) > I think we can be pretty confident this isn't a dup of bug 400291. > For completeness. There's no hang, no 100% CPU spiking like 400291. The browser just quits and breakpad loads. It is not always 100% reproducible, it's hit and miss and sometimes it does crash. On load and clicking Help for the first time, there is a wait for 2-3 seconds until the Help menu appears, guessing this is normal as it indexes the menu items. I have been using a PPC Mac more than Intel, and have not come across a crash like this bug.
mconnor, since you're taking an interest in the bugs uncovered by the Help menu re-indexing (on OS X 10.5) ... :-)
Let me add my experience to this bug. I have MacOS 10.5.2 running on my (PowerPC) PowerBook. I had been running Firefox 3 beta 4 without incident ever since it was released. Yesterday, I ran software update to beta 5, and this bug appeared: every time I try to open the Help menu, Firefox immediately hangs. This is especially frustrating when I have opened the adjacent Window menu and the mouse strays over the "Help" label (in that situation, the program freezes immediately, even before the Window menu is erased). I first observed the bug while using my primary profile, but is equally reproducible with a totally clean one. The Mac's "Force Quit" function does close Firefox successfully, but even a plain "kill <pid>" from the Terminal will do the job (it doesn't require "kill -9"). I noticed the recent Firefox Support blog entry at http://blog.mozilla.com/sumo/2008/04/03/moving-firefox-3-product-help-to-the-web/ about "Moving Firefox 3 product help to the web". They didn't give a bug reference for that (and I haven't tracked it down), but my initial suspicion is that Leopard's fancy Help menu search tool is deeply unhappy about the Firefox help files no longer being available. (If that's the reason, then it's even possible that a fresh install of Firefox 3 wouldn't show the behavior: I know nothing about how this Leopard feature is implemented, but maybe it's the removal of previously indexed help files that causes the problem.)
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
I've identified a regression window for this issue: the problem does not occur in nightly build 2008-03-10-15 or earlier, but does occur in 2008-03-11-04 and later. Squinting at Bonsai between those times has given me absolutely no insight into which checkin might have caused the problem. (The only one that sounds particularly Mac-related is the fix for bug 421689, but that just looks like a build issue.) Hopefully someone who knows the code better will recognize something that I didn't... I'm nominating for blocking by reason of insane frustration (and probably things like potential data loss if you stray onto the wrong menu at a bad moment, etc.) Hmm. One more caveat. I have yet to get a single actual crash out of this: I always see hangs. It's conceivable that the bug I'm seeing is not the same bug that others have seen here. (But really, how many independent Leopard-only help-menu kill-the-browser bugs appeared in the beta 5 update?)
Version: unspecified → Trunk
Stuart, you're at the wrong bug. You should be looking at bug 400291 (and bug 424769 and bug 424884). It would also help if you read the previous comments in a bug before you comment.
I encountered this problem this morning. I was able to reproduce it on the current nightly - Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9pre) Gecko/2008040704 Minefield/3.0pre ID:2008040704. I checked my recent tags as per comment #3 and saw a tag labeled "mozilla reference". I split the two tags by adding a comma between then and now I'm unable to reproduce the bug. when available, my crash report should be at: http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/pending/330525cf-04aa-11dd-af6c-001cc45a2c28
I commented too soon. The bug's still there it was just resting. Was able to reproduce by opening the Help menu, hovering over a couple of items then clicking "Help" in the menu strip a few times in rapid succession. I think I missed the "hover" part of the step in my previous verification attempt.
There is no need to hover. Sometime it can happen as soon as you hit Help, sometimes a few seonds later. It's hit and miss if you get the crash, I haven't had one in two days, however I bet I'll have it happen a couple more times in the next day or two.
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9pre) Gecko/2008040804 Minefield/3.0pre http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/pending/5f91751c-065c-11dd-ae7f-001cc45a2ce4 And I was trying to get to the update checker, I've never actually had a problem with the help menu on intel, only PPC. So I was surprised.
Tom, the crash report you posted if from an Intel machine.
(In reply to comment #36) > Tom, the crash report you posted if from an Intel machine. > Yes, I understand this is the Intel bug and bug 400291 is the PPC version.
Is this in the right component, or is it a Cocoa widget bug?
Flags: blocking-firefox3? → blocking-firefox3+
> is it a Cocoa widget bug? Very unlikely, given where the crashes are happening. The reason people only see this on OS X (10.5) is that it's a bug (presumably a cross-platform bug) that's uncovered by something that only happens on OS X 10.5 -- every time you open the Help menu, it re-indexes all the app's menu items.
I personally think this (like bug 400291) is likely to be a Places bug ... though this is _not_ a dup of bug 400291 and the two are probably unrelated (except for how they're triggered).
An update from crash central - I was able to get the browser in a state where I could reproduce this reliably 5-6 times in a row. In this instance here is how I could reproduce it: 1. Start the browser session and make it load a bunch of tabs (25-30). I had a master password set as well as an intranet login. Dismiss those password dialogs and then click rapidly on the Help menu **before** the tabs finish loading. I crashed. 2. With 25-30 tabs open, Go to View | Sidebar | History and change the view. I then set focus back to a tab and when up to the Help menu and click a few times. I crashed 4 times this way. 3. Clicked rapidly on the help menu with 25-30 tabs open. Crashed once.
I have only just noticed a bug similar to this since I don't use the Help menu very often. When I click on Help Firefox is immediately unresponsive and CPU load goes to 100%. I am on Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9b5) Gecko/2008032619 Firefox/3.0b5 OS X 10.5.2 It happens every time today (but I have never noticed before today). I hope this helps.
(In reply to comment #41) Marcia, I tried both your suggestions (with today's nightly, with and without a fresh profile) ... and nothing (no crashes). So we're still missing some crucial piece(s) of information, and we don't have usable STR for this bug. By the way, do you still see crashes with recent nightlies (yesterday's and today's). Some comments at bug 400291 indicate that bug has been fixed recently, and (a real long shot) I wonder if this one (bug 426499) might have been, too.
Steven: Today, I am still able to reproduce this crash, but I get a different stack: http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/4340e042-0a57-11dd-ad59-001b78bc73ea STR: 1. Open a number of tabs. **Make sure** to have tabs that contain authentication dialogs, such as the intranet or a Master Password dialog. 2. Close the browser and restart the tabs. 3. While the tabs are loading, click rapidly in the Help menu area. I did not crash at first, but when I looked at the Window drop down, the menu was corrupted and only the "M" was showing (normally Minimize and Zoom both show with the appropriate keyboard shortcuts). Shortly after that operation I crashed. Would console output help at all?
> http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/4340e042-0a57-11dd-ad59-001b78bc73ea Interesting. In fact this stack makes a lot more sense for this trigger (opening the Help menu) than the other one. _Both_ are top crashers (each in their own right). So this bug is even worse than we thought :-( http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/list?range_unit=weeks&branch=1.9&range_value=2&signature=DrawTheMenu%28MenuSelectData%2A%2C+__CFArray%2A%2A%2C+unsigned+char%2C+unsigned+char%2A%29 > Would console output help at all? It might. Upload it as an attachment if there's a lot of data. I'll try your new STR.
> I'll try your new STR. I did, and got one crash! ... but then Breakpad failed to submit it (presumably because of server problems). I've tried to reproduce this while Minefield is running in gdb. But for complicated reasons I can't do what's needed while Minefield is starting up. There's a "reload all tabs" available when you right-click on a tab (in the tab bar), and this suits my purposes exactly. But when I try it (and then rapidly open and close the Help menu while all the tabs are reloading) I don't get any crashes. Do you see crashes when you open and close the Help menu while "reloading all tabs"?
Created attachment 315635 [details] Output from console.app before crash Steven: When I am successful at crashing (and I just did it again), I exit the app and then try to hit the Help menu with my mouse *before* the authentication dialogs load. When I wait until after the authentication dialogs come up, then I don't seem to be successful. I haven't tried it with reload tabs, but I think once when I did I was not successful. Moments ago I again saw the corruption of the Window menu listing, so that is also something in common with this one crash. I have some data in console.app, but I am not sure if will help, but attaching anyway.
THis looks like a core bug on running on leopard, maybe bad interaction between menus and sheets? (i.e. indexing menus when sheets are popping up, where we don't show menus) Latest stacks are looking entirely on the core side, the signature that I'm replacing in the summary isn't in the top100 crashes that I can see, so moving to Core based on the current state of the bug.
Assignee: nobody → joshmoz
Component: Menus → Widget: Cocoa
Product: Firefox → Core
QA Contact: menus → cocoa
Summary: [10.5] Crash opening Help menu [@ imgRequestProxy::OnStopFrame(gfxIImageFrame*)] → [10.5] Crash opening Help menu [@ DrawTheMenu(MenuSelectData*, __CFArray**, unsigned char, unsigned char*)]
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla1.9
(In reply to comment #48) > the signature that I'm replacing in the summary isn't in the top100 > crashes that I can see Yes it is. Look at comment #18. I just tried that comment's URL (altered to search over two weeks instead of just one) and it returned about 2100 bugs -- easily among the topcrashers. It's a mistake to only identify (and count) crashes by what's at the top of the crashing stack.
Some notes... One potential problem with our native menu system is that almost all of our menu population (adding, removing, updating items) happens in the carbon event handler for kEventMenuOpening. The Cocoa equivalent to this, which we'd rather use but isn't available on 10.4, is "menuWillOpen:", a delegate method for NSMenu. The "Special Considerations" section of the API documentation for "menuWillOpen:" says "Do not modify the structure of the menu or the menu items during this method." In pure Carbon, populating/updating the menu in the kEventMenuOpening handler is OK, it says so explicitly in the Carbon docs. It is probably better to do population on the kEventMenuPopulate Carbon event, but either way is technically OK. What we're doing is registering for Carbon events on the Carbon menus that back the Cocoa implementation. I'm not sure the pure Carbon rules apply here, if it is not OK to populate during the Cocoa "menuWillOpen:" it might not be OK to populate during kEventMenuPopulate for the Carbon backing on the Cocoa menu either. This is speculation of course, but I think there is a fairly good chance I'm right and this kind of guesswork is what we're stuck with since we have to use undocumented APIs and we can't see Apple's code. Not using Carbon, even if we had access to 10.5 Cocoa APIs, actually makes our situation worse. The Apple APIs become diverge further from the way XUL works. Consider the problem of needing to update native menu items when a menu opens, and potentially doing more updates as a result of executing OnWillOpen and OnDidOpen handlers in Gecko. We can't do any of that using NSMenu's "menuWillOpen:" - all we can do with that is reject the open if we have a context menu up by ending the menu tracking session. Our only option for updating the menu contents and executing handlers when the menu opens is "menuNeedsUpdate:", which seems fine until you realize there is no way to know if that is getting called in response to a keyboard command targeting an item in the menu or a mouse click opening the menu.
Created attachment 315971 [details] Shark build w/ Apple Crash Reporter I hope this give some more data.
Created attachment 316122 [details] Patch for testing -- disables menu icons (not a fix) This patch is for testing -- not a fix. I hope it will let us narrow the field of possible causes for this bug. The patch disables menu icons (only blank placeholder menu icons still appear). With it I'm no longer able to crash using Marcia's STR from comment #44 (which has "worked" for me pretty consistently). Marcia and Simon (and others who are able to reproduce either of this bug's two crashes fairly easily): Please try my tryserver build (made with this patch) and let us know your results. https://build.mozilla.org/tryserver-builds/2008-04-16_15:firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com I'm playing a hunch here ... but it's not just a wild guess :-) Among the crashes returned by the URL in comment #18, I noticed one whose top frame is in _CGSWindowBounds. It occurs in Cocoa code in nsMenuIconItemX::OnStopFrame() in widget/src/cocoa/nsMenuIconItemX.mm. http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/list?range_unit=weeks&query_search=stack&query_type=exact&branch=1.9&signature=_CGSWindowBounds&query=imgRequestProxy%3A%3AOnStopFrame%28gfxIImageFrame%2A%29&range_value=1 Seeing this made me wonder what would happen if I disabled menu icon support in Cocoa widgets. (By the way, what I mean by "this bug's two crashes" are 1) the crash in imgRequestProxy::OnStopFrame() and 2) the crash in DrawTheMenu().) (Side note: At first (as I said in comment #46) I couldn't reproduce Marcia's STR while running in gdb. The reason was that if you run Minefield from Terminal (by itself or inside gdb), Terminal keeps the focus while Minefield starts up, and I couldn't switch the focus to Minefield quickly enough. But Josh pointed out the solution -- use "set args" in gdb to give Minefield a "-foreground" startup parameter, which will make it grab the focus as it starts up.) (Another side note: Just turning off synchronous loading of menu icons (in nsMenuItemIconX::LoadIcon()) doesn't (by itself) stop the crashes.)
trying your build now.
Of note. When app is loaded and Help is clicked, usually there is 3-4 second wait for the menu to open. Your build the menu opens after a fraction of a second delay.
Created attachment 316136 [details] Menu in a funky state Steven: I have started testing your tryserver build on my Intel Leopard Machine (PPC is next). While I have not yet been able to crash, I am able to get the menu in a funky state when authentication dialogs are present. I know that it wants me to act on the authentication dialog, but when I hit cancel and then go back up to the menu quickly I get the attached screenshot.
You can't see it well in the screenshot in Comment 56, but when that shot was taken all the menu items are missing except the Minefield menu label. I guess I would expect that even though an auth dialog is present I could still see all the menu items and that they would be available. Getting out of this state is fairly easy - I just click the cancel button on the auth dialog.
(In reply to comment #55) The shorter delay is very interesting! I think we're on to something. (In reply to comment #56 and comment #57) If you don't see a crash, Marcia (and I bet you won't), what you report just shows that the funky menu business is unrelated to the crashes.
No crash using the same build on Leopard PPC - so despite trying very hard, I was unable to crash using the build. I did see the same menu issue on PPC mac. I also noticed the Help menu opens quickly on Leopard, but I noticed that it does not on PPC.
Crashes for me on PPC ... both my PowerBook G4s have this issue...
> Crashes for me on PPC ... both my PowerBook G4s have this issue... Using my tryserver build from comment #53? Using today's Minefield nightly?
Works for me on ppc the Help menu is faster, no crash. And History menu is also much faster with no icons.
has the tryserver-fix been added to the nightlies ?
> has the tryserver-fix been added to the nightlies ? No, and it won't be. (It was just for testing, not a fix.) But I'm close to a real fix, and should have a patch (and tryserver build) up later today.
Created attachment 316462 [details] [diff] [review] Fix Here's a patch that (as far as I can tell) fixes all the crashes that can happen as Apple is reindexing our menus (including some not yet reported), at the expense (I think) of stopping our menus from being searchable via the Help menu. It appears that some operations (including OS operations) are unsafe while the indexing is happening. We don't yet know exactly which ones (and Apple doesn't yet have any documentation on the subject), so I decided to simply ignore all Carbon menu events (in nsMenuX.mm's MyMenuEventHandler()) during indexing. This patch should also either eliminate or greatly reduce the delays opening the Help menu ... and I've claimed so in my comments :-) But I've never been able to reproduce long delays, so I need confirmation from others on this score. If I'm right, this patch will also resolve bug 414699. What I'm doing to detect Apple's reindexing is also undocumented. But it seems very reliable, and Apple doesn't yet have a documented way to do this. A tryserver build will follow shortly.
Here's a tryserver build made with my latest patch (attachment 316462 [review]). Marcia, Simon and others, please bang away at it and let us know your results. https://build.mozilla.org/tryserver-builds/2008-04-18_09:firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com
(In reply to comment #66) > Here's a tryserver build made with my latest patch (attachment > 316462 [details]). Marcia, Simon and others, please bang away at it and let us > know your results. Works great. Help menu opens the moment I click on it and help menu search seems to work ok for menu items other than the bookmarks. OS X 10.5.2 Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9pre) Gecko/2008041809 Minefield/3.0pre ID:2008041809
I'll second #67.
That's a nasty hack. But it doers make opening the Help menu a lot faster. However this does not fix the crasher. I got it almost right away, only by opening the Bookmarks menu.
> However this does not fix the crasher. I got it almost right away, only by > opening the Bookmarks menu. Which crasher? Please post a Breakpad log.
(In reply to comment #70) > > However this does not fix the crasher. I got it almost right away, only by > > opening the Bookmarks menu. > > Which crasher? Please post a Breakpad log. > I can't find it in about:crashes. But it was a @DrawTheMenu crasher. I think that should be expected, as your fix only prevents indexing to trigger the the crasher, it does not address the crasher itself at all.
> as your fix only prevents indexing to trigger the the crasher, it > does not address the crasher itself at all I had thought (or at least hoped) that all the crashes were happening because some operations are unsafe during indexing (i.e. during calls to _SimulateMenuOpening() and perhaps also _SimulateMenuClosed()). This may still be true of some of them. So I'd really like to know about menu-related crashes that happen even when menu indexing is disabled. Until my patch lands, it's probably best to report them here. (I never see these crashes myself, so I rely on others to report them.)
> I never see these crashes myself I should have said I never see these crashes myself spontaneously (without a lot of effort).
Comment on attachment 316462 [details] [diff] [review] Fix +- (void)nsMenuX_SCTGRLIndex_indexMenuBarDynamically This should have macro exception handlers I think.
Attachment #316462 - Flags: review?(joshmoz) → review+
> This should have macro exception handlers I think. I tend to think we shouldn't add them. It's the OS that calls this method (because we've used method swizzling to "hook" it), not us. (It's called whenever the Help menu is opened.) So this method will (presumably) never run in the midst of an XPCOM call. And it doesn't call any of our code. If we do add them, any Objective-C exceptions that occur during it (even ones the OS handles) will trigger crashes. But I'm not dead set against adding them.
> (even ones the OS handles) Should have said "even non-fatal ones ignored by the OS".
Makes sense, don't add the macros.
(Following up comment #72) I've spent the last few days trying to resolve this bug's crashes directly (as distinct from resolving them by disabling 10.5's menu indexing) -- the two crashes reported here, plus another that I found playing with the Help menu while quitting. Nothing that I tried worked out, so I'm giving up (at least for the time being). These crashes are simply too hard for me to reproduce. Until we get better STR, I don't think it's practical to tackle them directly. We'll have to see what happens after my current patch (attachment 316462 [review]) is landed. But I'm quite confident that it will greatly reduce the frequency of this bug's crashes, and perhaps get rid of some entirely. The patch will (by all reports) also completely eliminate the delay opening the Help menu (which is quite severe for some users) -- and resolve bug 414699.
Comment on attachment 316462 [details] [diff] [review] Fix eeesh
Attachment #316462 - Flags: superreview?(roc) → superreview+
Comment on attachment 316462 [details] [diff] [review] Fix Low risk. The patch is very isolated, and disabling Apple's Help menu re-indexing isn't a great loss (compared to the trouble it causes us). High gain. Most of this bug's crashes should disappear. And bug 414699 will get fixed (a serious problem for some users).
Attachment #316462 - Flags: approval1.9?
Comment on attachment 316462 [details] [diff] [review] Fix a=beltzner omgthx
Attachment #316462 - Flags: approval1.9? → approval1.9+
I can reproduce this quite easily on my Imac G5: Crash stat below: http://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/cccf0091-1113-11dd-9312-001321b13766 Please let me know if you need anything else.
Landed on trunk: Checking in widget/src/cocoa/nsMenuX.h; /cvsroot/mozilla/widget/src/cocoa/nsMenuX.h,v <-- nsMenuX.h new revision: 1.32; previous revision: 1.31 done Checking in widget/src/cocoa/nsMenuX.mm; /cvsroot/mozilla/widget/src/cocoa/nsMenuX.mm,v <-- nsMenuX.mm new revision: 1.69; previous revision: 1.68 done These changes will appear in tomorrow's trunk nightlies.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago → 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
verifying this fixed using Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9pre) Gecko/2008042806 Minefield/3.0pre. I have tried to crash both on both PPC and Intel and have not been able to. Good work Steven.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Is this an easy backport to 1.8.1? I see this fairly regularly on Firefox2 (Intel 10.5).
Comment on attachment 316462 [details] [diff] [review] Fix >+PRInt32 nsMenuX::sIndexingMenuLevel = nsnull; Integers are supposed to be 0 (zero), not nsnull!
> Is this an easy backport to 1.8.1? I see this fairly regularly on > Firefox2 (Intel 10.5). Yes, I think it would be. >> +PRInt32 nsMenuX::sIndexingMenuLevel = nsnull; > Integers are supposed to be 0 (zero), not nsnull! Oops, you're right. How would you suggest correcting this? I don't think it's worth a whole r+sr+a cycle (since it makes no difference in the code). But is there a way to do it without so much fuss?
Just check it in as a simple followup fix, r=josh
> Just check it in as a simple followup fix, r=josh Done: Checking in widget/src/cocoa/nsMenuX.mm; /cvsroot/mozilla/widget/src/cocoa/nsMenuX.mm,v <-- nsMenuX.mm new revision: 1.70; previous revision: 1.69 done
I don't see any DrawTheMenu crashes in builds made after this patch was landed -- the latest is in 2008042304. So it's possible that the patch for this bug has completely eliminated them. (I'm not able to use the URL from comment #18 to check for OnStopFrame crashes -- the servers appear to be bogged down.)
Crash Signature: [@ DrawTheMenu(MenuSelectData*, __CFArray**, unsigned char, unsigned char*)]
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