#242 Crash when clicking "Completed" in site todo dialog

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2005-11-21
2005-11-21
Hans Nieser
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Screem crashes when I click the "Completed" button in
the ToDo (or "Tasks") dialog for a site. Below are the
steps I have taken to reproduce the crash:

- Define new site.
- Open site through "Site -> Recent Sites -> 1.
Sitename" menu options.
- Open todo/tasks dialog through "Site -> Site Tasks"
menu options.
- Click the "Completed" button.

Ofcourse, there is no real reason why anyone would
click the "Completed" button with no tasks defined, but
for people like me who are new to Screem and fiddle
with everything it might be nice to catch this =]

Discussion

  • Hans Nieser
    Hans Nieser
    2005-11-21

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    Oops, I think I wasn't very clear about the fact that this
    only happens if there are no tasks defined when clicking on
    "completed". Sorry

     
  • Hans Nieser
    Hans Nieser
    2005-11-21

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    Oops again, forgot to mention that this is with
    screem-0.16.1 / gnome 2.12 / FreeBSD 6.0.

     
  • David A Knight
    David A Knight
    2005-11-21

    • status: open --> open-fixed
     
  • David A Knight
    David A Knight
    2005-11-21

    • assigned_to: nobody --> davek
     
  • David A Knight
    David A Knight
    2005-11-21

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    thanks for the report. fixed in cvs.

     
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    I caught this one as well...let's see, I ahave been using
    screem for about 15 seconds, total and ever. :D Just wanted
    to add that as this is probably one of those things that
    will keep coming up. BTW: whats cvs?? sorry, prob a noob Q.

     
  • Hans Nieser
    Hans Nieser
    2006-02-24

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    CVS (Concurrent Versions System) is a system to maintain
    source code for an application (amongst other things) that
    developers work on. "fixed in CVS" means the bug has already
    been fixed but you will either have to wait until a release
    is made (from the code in CVS) or get the code from CVS
    yourself. Since the code in CVS is (usually) actively
    developed it might not be entirely stable though.