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0006559 [Squeak] OS-Win32 crash always 07-10-07 17:34 07-12-07 15:10
Reporter fbdo View Status public  
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Priority normal Resolution open  
Status new   Product Version 3.9
Summary 0006559: The class browser canīt open the method code
Description I usually use a Linux OS. I tried to open my Squeak image in my machine at work.
The machine is a Windows XP Professional, 2002 version with SP 2. The
workspace open and everything appears to be fine, but when I click in
the class browser in any method, it show the message: "Error: Improper
store into indexable object", and stop to respond the mouse events.

To send the files to the Windows box, I transferred image and changes together (in binary mode) zipping both into one archive before transferring by e-mail.

The image is the last squeak-dev image created by Damien Cassou, with my project classes.

I attached the SqueakDebug.log in the report for more information.
Additional Information
Attached Files  SqueakDebug.log [^] (2,122 bytes) 07-10-07 17:34

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wiz
07-12-07 04:09

Questions for analysis.

Worthy problems fight back.

I'm guessing the the problems cascades from ByteStream#>>putPastEnd.

But there needs to be a game of 20 questions first.

If you just transfer the image and changes files (w/o) zipping do you get the same problem?

If you set the class browser to the classic browser rather than the OBbrowser does the problem go away?

 I presume the one you shipped to your work site had your personal stuff in it. Yes? Can you get this problem by repeating you proceedure with a fresh image? One you have made no changes to?

I also suppose it might be worth unzipping the files on the linux machine and see if they work w/o trouble?

Answering those questions will narrow down the possible problems and eliminate some of the usual suspects.

hth.

Cheers.

Yours in curiosity and service, --Jerome Peace
 
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fbdo
07-12-07 13:03

Answering the 20 questions:

"If you just transfer the image and changes files (w/o) zipping do you get the same problem?"
I didnīt transfer without zip, I will do this test soon.

"If you set the class browser to the classic browser rather than the OBbrowser does the problem go away?
"
I opened the Refactoring Browser and the Image Browser, and I noticied a strange behavior. I could browse the code for my classes and some others, but when I tried "Kernel" or "Collection" classes, the image stopped to respond without showing any message. And the strangest thing is: the OBBrowser can browse the code for my classes, but it responds very slowly. Itīs only when I try to browse the "Kernel" classes, like "DateAndTime" the error occurs.

"I presume the one you shipped to your work site had your personal stuff in it. Yes? Can you get this problem by repeating you proceedure with a fresh image? One you have made no changes to?"
I sent a fresh image by e-mail to my work, and everything worked fine, the image ran without problems. But I didnīt open the image zip, added some classes, zipped and sent by e-mail to my work, this is another test I will do soon.

"I also suppose it might be worth unzipping the files on the linux machine and see if they work w/o trouble?"

I did, and everything worked without problems.

If there is something I can do to help, let me know.
 
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wiz
07-12-07 15:10

Cool.
You are doing very well.

I'll wait for the other test results before thinking on it further.

Yours in curiosity and service, --Jerome Peace
 

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
07-10-07 17:34 fbdo New Issue
07-10-07 17:34 fbdo File Added: SqueakDebug.log
07-12-07 04:09 wiz Note Added: 0010869
07-12-07 13:03 fbdo Note Added: 0010870
07-12-07 15:10 wiz Note Added: 0010873


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