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Changed by julien@....
--- shadow/97948 Sun Jan 5 11:59:45 2003
+++ shadow/97948.tmp.3241 Mon Jan 6 15:12:38 2003
@@ -1,12 +1,12 @@
OS Details: Linux RedHat 8.0
@@ -54,6 +54,23 @@
------- Additional Comments From thomas@... 2003-01-05 11:59 -------
I'd also suggest to not unref in the callback, but set a boolean and
unref in an idler or something.
Please reply to leif's suggestion as well, otherwise we'll close the bug.
+------- Additional Comments From julien@... 2003-01-06 15:12 -------
+GstPlay inherits from a GObject... the g_object_unref function works
+as expected the problem is somewherelse...
+Indeed when unrefing the GstPlay object a SIGSEGV is raised from a
+timetick function trying to access the GstPlay. The uninstantiable
+type errors are coming from this unrefed object that the timetick
+function tries to access..
+I'll try to figure out how the unrefing function could destroy the
+threads that might be running which will try to access the GstPlay
+Any help appreciated