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Bug#343910: marked as forwarded (qbrew: segfault when applying Database

Subject: Bug#343910: marked as forwarded qbrew: segfault when applying Database Tool changes
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regarding qbrew: segfault when applying Database Tool changes
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From: Tobias Toedter <[email protected]>
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Subject: Segfault in qbrew
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Hi David,

I'm maintaining the Debian package of your program qbrew. I've received a=20
bug report about an error in the database tool of qbrew. I'll quote the=20
original report:

On Sunday 18 December 2005 19:32, tony mancill wrote:
> I have found a repeatable segfault with qbrew trying to use the=20
> Database Tool option to apply a change to an existing ingredient. =20
> To produce the segfault:
> * start qbrew
> * select Tools->Database Editor
> * modify the Name of "Amber D.M.E." to be "Amber D.M.E. (foo)"
> * click "+" to add this grain
> * now edit the Name to be "Amber D.M.E." (so you are creating a duplicate)
> * click the check mark to modify the selection
> * the program should segfault
> There are some other similar sequences that will reproduce the segfault.
> For example, add a new type of yeast (under the Misc tab), change the
> value in Notes, and then apply.

I can reproduce both segfaults on my system. It seems to be connected to th=
way you overwrite an entry in the database when changes are applied,=20
although this is just a quick guess -- I haven't had enough time to debug=20
it further.

Maybe you have an idea how this can be resolved?

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