Re: Activation problems
- From: Seth Nickell <snickell stanford edu>
- To: Michael Meeks <michael ximian com>
- Cc: bonobo <gnome-components-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Activation problems
- Date: 30 Jul 2003 13:35:16 -0700
On Wed, 2003-07-30 at 10:31, Michael Meeks wrote:
> For the benefit of anyone reading the archives / with similar problems;
> the IDL was not correctly inheriting from Bonobo/Unknown - whereas
> Bonobo/Unknown assumes that in it's vepv construction. Thus the vpev
> pointed at one thing, and the code at another; such that the vepvcache
> wasn't built correctly for that instance, and whacked out things
> happened in-proc when invoking a method.
> I've added a test for this to libbonobo, unconditionally enabled with
> it's configured with --enable-debug=yes.
> An easy mistake to make; next time it'll be an easier one to catch I
> hope :-)
I *knew* I'd done something wrong, its one of the things I do best. :-)
if (!CORBA_Object_is_a (BONOBO_OBJREF (object),
g_error ("Attempt to instantiate non-Bonobo/Unknown "
"derived object via. BonoboObject");
So right now this causes failures in programs that initialize Bonobo,
which is a bad thing... The problem is (as you said) creating the
MonikerContext object. It looks like what is happening is that
object->corba_objref is NULL, which is of course causing
CORBA_Object_is_a to harf when BONOBO_OBJREF consequently returns NULL.
Is this happening too soon (i.e. before all the corba stuff is connected
together) or is something unusual about the monikercontext object? I
don't know enough about Bonobo internals etc to really be able to push
farther I think.
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