[Bug 90652] Re: [EDGY] mozilla-thunderbird crashed [@NS_InitXPCOM3_P] [@nsVoidArray] [@??]

Hilario J. Montoliu (hjmf) hmontoliu at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 10:49:50 UTC 2007


Retrace done.

Extract from retraced stacktrace:
...
#3  <signal handler called>
#4  NS_InitXPCOM3_P (result=0x2, binDirectory=0xbf8b8936, 
#5  nsVoidArray (this=0xbf8b8936) at nsVoidArray.cpp:284
#6  ?? ()
#7  ?? ()
#8  ?? ()
#9  nsVoidArray::IndexOf (this=0xffffffff, aPossibleElement=0x0)
#10 nsAutoVoidArray::Clear (this=0x98e63e8)
#11 nsStringArray (this=0x99bf2c0, aCount=-1081373764)
#12 nsSmallVoidArray::EnumerateBackwards (this=0x2, 
...
Tagging as mt-confirm mt-needtestcase for further processing

** Summary changed:

- custom reply headers cause Thunderbird to crash
+ [EDGY] mozilla-thunderbird crashed [@NS_InitXPCOM3_P] [@nsVoidArray] [@??]

** Description changed:

  Binary package hint: mozilla-thunderbird
  
- When changing "mailnews.reply_header_ondate" to "On %a, %d  %b  %Y
- %H:%M:%S  %z" (which is the strftime format for RFC-822-style dates),
- Thunderbird crashes.
+ ... custom reply headers cause Thunderbird to crash
+ 
+ 
+ When changing "mailnews.reply_header_ondate" to "On %a, %d  %b  %Y  %H:%M:%S  %z" (which is the strftime format for RFC-822-style dates), Thunderbird crashes.
  
  Tested on Thunderbird version 1.5.0.10 (20070306), on Ubuntu 6.10 (x86).
  
  Suggestions:
  1.  If a bad format is given, Thunderbird should switch to default.
  2.  Give an option, as a 4th mode (currently 3), for RFC-822 dates.
  3.  In addition, Thunderbird should support strftime-style dating in the custom mode (currently mode 3).

** Tags added: mt-confirm mt-needtestcase

** Tags removed: crash header reply strftime thunderbird

** Changed in: thunderbird (Ubuntu)
Sourcepackagename: mozilla-thunderbird => thunderbird
   Importance: Medium => High

** Attachment added: "Retraced Stacktrace"
   http://launchpadlibrarian.net/7932388/retraced_Stacktrace.txt

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[EDGY] mozilla-thunderbird crashed [@NS_InitXPCOM3_P] [@nsVoidArray] [@??]
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