felipe at crochik
Apr 6, 2012, 4:38 AM
Post #3 of 3
Re: QML WebView segfaults when user goes to task switcher
[In reply to]
It is funny.... I just tried with the example code I published and now it
does not crash anymore. I had tried before on a different application
(with my custom version of the webview component) and it didn't do any good
I will double check applying this change to my two applications that depend
on it and let you know of the results.
Thank you very much for now!
On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 9:48 AM, Mohammed Hassan <mohammed.2.hassan [at] nokia
> On Sun, 2012-04-01 at 00:17 -0400, ext Felipe Crochik wrote:
> > I have reported similar problem before but have never figured out a
> > solution for it. Hopefully I will have better luck this time - I have
> > two applications waiting for a workaround so I can release them to the
> > Harmattan platform.
> > update the screen when (or after) the user switches to the task
> > switcher on harmattan. This is the output:
> > Meego graphics system destroyed
> > QPaintDevice: Cannot destroy paint device that is being painted
> > Segmentation fault
> > Finished running remote process. Exit code was 139.
> > I have now a very simple example that reproduce the issue 100% of the
> > time.
> > I can't report this to the harmattan bug web site anymore so I am
> > posting to any and all channels were I can find someone with expertise
> > to help me.
> > In order to avoid a long e-mail with attached files I created a simple
> > web page with more information: http://crochik.com/webview/
> Have you tried setting the viewport for QDeclarativeView to QGLWidget ?
> QmlApplicationViewer viewer;
> viewer.setViewport(new QGLWidget);
> Seeing a backtrace would probably help finding a better workaround.
> Senior Software Engineer
> Maemo Software