Re: still crashes on file deletion?

  • From: Fernando Ossandon <ferossan@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: emelfm2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2009 23:45:29 -0400

Ok, let me do some more -in deep testings- according to your directions
(please wait my answer by tomorrow -it is 11:45pm right here-).
Regarding to a debug building. Just to be sure, I have to make it this way:

$ make DEBUG=1

Right?
Thanks



>
>
> Yes please. I'm still trying to work out what's going wrong, as I get no
> such bad behaviour.
>
> Is the problem always related to something involving some file(s) as well
> as a separate (dialog) window (e.g. confirm, rename, view) ?
>
> If a new window is involved, precisely when does it crash - before window
> opens, or when it's closing ?
>
> Does it matter how such window is closed - window-title click vs "do it"
> button vs "cancel" button ?
>
> Does it matter how the action is initiated e.g. key-binding vs menu-item vs
> button-click ?
>
> What sort of file-alteration-checking is used - default (periodic polling)
> or inotify etc ?
>
> Building emelFM2 with DEBUG=1 and running via terminal may produce some
> useful message(s), but a debug-build also alters code-optimisation and
> timing of things, the latter of which may well be the ultimate problem. A
> less-disruptive approach is to edit emelfm2.h and uncomment the line (at
> about 160)
> //#define DEBUG_MESSAGES_ALWAYS
> before rebuilding
>
> Regards
> Tom
>
>
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