#6 Gtk error when deleting songs

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Linus Walleij
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2012-09-13
2003-06-11
Michael L. Hall
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I'm using gnomad2 2.0.1 on Linux with a JB3/40GB.

I selected several songs to delete from the JB using
ctrl-click. They
were non-contiguous, if that matters. When I
right-moused and
selected delete, I got this error:

% Deleting: 364277 from jukebox library
Deleting: 358706 from jukebox library
Deleting: 354748 from jukebox library
Deleting: 365692 from jukebox library
Deleting: 353426 from jukebox library
Deleting: 360102 from jukebox library
Deleting: 350062 from jukebox library
Deleting: 361665 from jukebox library
Deleting: 365550 from jukebox library
Deleting: 357747 from jukebox library
Deleting: 366022 from jukebox library
Deleting: 352592 from jukebox library

(gnomad2:19530): Gtk-CRITICAL **: file
gtktreeselection.c: line 491
(gtk_tree_selection_selected_foreach): assertion
`has_next' failed.
There is a disparity between the internal view of the
GtkTreeView,
and the GtkTreeModel. This generally means that the
model has changed
without letting the view know. Any display from now on
is likely to
be incorrect.

Just thought you'd like to know.

-Mike Hall
Mike.Hall@POBox.com

Discussion

  • Linus Walleij
    Linus Walleij
    2003-06-25

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    I have resolved this issue. Was because of weirdness in GTK
    which was a bit hard to get at. Instead of fixing the
    problem they added a routine that prints "don't do this".
    Weird people... :-)