Re: [Evolution] evolution 2.2 crashes

These are the steps that worked for me on Debian Sarge...

First create a text file (named 'gal2.4-2.4.2-jmc1.patch') with the
following content (note: ensure that lines that any lines that wrapped
around are properly fixed):

--- ./gal2.4-2.4.2/gal/widgets/e-canvas.c~      2005-08-14 00:09:47.000000000 -0400
+++ ./gal2.4-2.4.2/gal/widgets/e-canvas.c       2005-08-14 00:11:23.000000000 -0400
@@ -1015,7 +1015,7 @@

 void e_canvas_hide_tooltip  (ECanvas *canvas)
-       if (canvas->tooltip_window) {
+       if (canvas && canvas->tooltip_window) {
                gtk_widget_destroy (canvas->tooltip_window);
                canvas->tooltip_window = NULL;

Then execute the following commands:

% apt-get source libgal2.4-0
% sudo apt-get build-dep libgal2.4-0
% dpkg-source -x gal2.4_2.4.2-1.dsc
% cd gal2.4-2.4.2
% cat ../gal2.4-2.4.2-jmc1.patch | patch -p1
% dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -b
% sudo dpkg -i ../libgal2.4-0_2.4.2-1_i386.deb

More details on how to build Debian packages are available here:

If you're running a different distro, try the following steps instead:

1) Download/expand the sources tarball
2) CD into the source tree subdirectory
3) Apply the patch (% cat ../gal2.4-2.4.2-jmc1.patch | patch -p1)
4) Run the configuration build script (% ./configure)
5) Build gal (% make)
6) Save the original gal dynamically loadable library binary (%
mv /usr/lib/  /usr/lib/
7) Copy the new binary under /usr/lib (%
cp ./.libs/ /usr/lib/.)

Note, you may also want to copy 'libgal-2.4.a' as well 
but this may not be a requirement for 'evolution'.

I hope this helps...



On Sat, 2005-08-13 at 13:10 +0200, postgate free fr wrote: 
Hi Jason,

Thanks for your answer.
That sounds correct but how do you apply this patch ?

Thierry CHEN

Selon Jason Chagas <jchagas verizon net>:

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
[Switching to Thread 1094363712 (LWP 9123)]
0x4047517a in e_canvas_hide_tooltip () from /usr/lib/

I recently ran into a similar problem and applied a fix to 'gal' that
worked for me. More details here:


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