[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 864791] Re: After syncing iPod, description-less phantom operation keeps animating progress bar and prevents closing Banshee
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Sat Jan 21 17:18:58 UTC 2012
Same problem here with Banshee 2.0.0 on Ubuntu 11.04.
Weird but Corbin's solution seems to work!?
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After syncing iPod, description-less phantom operation keeps animating
progress bar and prevents closing Banshee
Status in “banshee” package in Ubuntu:
After updating to Banshee 2.2, syncing to iPod is successful, but
leaves a phantom operation running with no description. The operation
cannot be "stopped," but the iPod can be disconnected.
Images are attached.
== Dialog box when clicking red "X" button ==
This operation is still performing work. Would you like to stop it?
== Dialog box when trying to close Banshee ==
Important tasks are running
Closing Banshee now will cancel any currently running tasks. They
cannot be resumed automatically the next time Banshee is run.
== Terminal output at time of iPod sync ==
[7 Debug 14:13:54.355] Starting DAP sync
[7 Debug 14:13:54.388] Preempting - Downloading Cover Art
[7 Debug 14:13:54.389] Starting
[7 Debug 14:13:54.391] Ending DAP sync
[8 Debug 14:13:54.786] Starting AppleDevice sync thread cycle
[8 Debug 14:13:54.786] Starting - Syncing iPod
** (Banshee:11299): CRITICAL **: itdb_splr_validate: assertion `at != ITDB_SPLAT_UNKNOWN' failed
[8 Info 14:13:55.736] Wrote iPod database
[8 Debug 14:13:55.737] Finished - Syncing iPod
[8 Debug 14:13:55.738] Ending AppleDevice sync thread cycle
== Steps to reproduce ==
1. Click "Sync" button to sync to iPod (mine is a 4th generation Nano)
2. Two operation progress bars appear, one that says "Syncing iPod" and another with no description
3. After the sync succeeds, the "Syncing iPod" progress bar disappears, but the other one remains
4. Clicking the "Stop" button next to the remaining operation (and confirming in the subsequent dialog) does not remove the operation, but instead just adds the text "Stopping..." above it
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