Ubuntu

Smalltalk browser does not launch

Reported by peredur on 2012-05-05
22
This bug affects 5 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
gnu-smalltalk (Ubuntu)
Undecided
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Bug Description

On launch:

peter@peredur:~$ gst-browser
Object: CFunctionDescriptor new: 1 "<0x40488720>" error: Invalid C call-out gdk_colormap_get_type
SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError(Smalltalk.Exception)>>signal (ExcHandling.st:254)
SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError class(Smalltalk.Exception class)>>signal: (ExcHandling.st:161)
Smalltalk.CFunctionDescriptor(Smalltalk.CCallable)>>callInto: (CCallable.st:165)
GdkColormap class>>getType (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/Funcs.st:1)
optimized [] in GLib class>>registerAllTypes (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkDecl.st:78)
Smalltalk.OrderedCollection>>do: (OrderColl.st:68)
GLib class>>registerAllTypes (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkDecl.st:78)
Smalltalk.UndefinedObject>>executeStatements (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkImpl.st:1078)
Object: CFunctionDescriptor new: 1 "<0x404a7c28>" error: Invalid C call-out gtk_window_new
SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError(Exception)>>signal (ExcHandling.st:254)
SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError class(Exception class)>>signal: (ExcHandling.st:161)
CFunctionDescriptor(CCallable)>>callInto: (CCallable.st:165)
GTK.GtkWindow class>>new: (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/Funcs.st:1)
VisualGST.GtkDebugger(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow)>>initialize (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:131)
VisualGST.GtkDebugger class(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow class)>>openSized: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:19)
[] in VisualGST.GtkDebugger class>>open: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/Debugger/GtkDebugger.st:16)
[] in BlockClosure>>forkDebugger (DebugTools.star#VFS.ZipFile/DebugTools.st:380)
[] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:392)
BlockClosure>>on:do: (BlkClosure.st:193)
[] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:393)
BlockClosure>>ensure: (BlkClosure.st:269)
[] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:370)
[] in BlockClosure>>asContext: (BlkClosure.st:179)
BlockContext class>>fromClosure:parent: (BlkContext.st:68)

Everything then hangs until I type ^C, at which point I get:

Object: CFunctionDescriptor new: 1 "<0x404a7c28>" error: Invalid C call-out gtk_window_new
SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError(Exception)>>signal (ExcHandling.st:254)
SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError class(Exception class)>>signal: (ExcHandling.st:161)
CFunctionDescriptor(CCallable)>>callInto: (CCallable.st:165)
GTK.GtkWindow class>>new: (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/Funcs.st:1)
VisualGST.GtkDebugger(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow)>>initialize (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:131)
VisualGST.GtkDebugger class(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow class)>>openSized: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:19)
[] in VisualGST.GtkDebugger class>>open: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/Debugger/GtkDebugger.st:16)
[] in BlockClosure>>forkDebugger (DebugTools.star#VFS.ZipFile/DebugTools.st:380)
[] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:392)
BlockClosure>>on:do: (BlkClosure.st:193)
[] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:393)
BlockClosure>>ensure: (BlkClosure.st:269)
[] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:370)
[] in BlockClosure>>asContext: (BlkClosure.st:179)
BlockContext class>>fromClosure:parent: (BlkContext.st:68)
peter@peredur:~$

As far as I know my system has no customisations that would affect launching the SmallTalk browser.

The SmallTalk command line works fine, BTW.

ProblemType: Bug
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 12.04
Package: gnu-smalltalk-browser 3.2.4-2
ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu 3.2.0-24.37-generic-pae 3.2.14
Uname: Linux 3.2.0-24-generic-pae i686
ApportVersion: 2.0.1-0ubuntu7
Architecture: i386
Date: Sat May 5 10:37:44 2012
SourcePackage: gnu-smalltalk
UpgradeStatus: Upgraded to precise on 2012-05-02 (2 days ago)

peredur (peredur-peredur) wrote :
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

Changed in gnu-smalltalk (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
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