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Vienna 3.4.0 crash at startup on 10.9.5 #1162

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xif-fr opened this Issue Jul 14, 2018 · 11 comments

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xif-fr commented Jul 14, 2018

After update from 3.3.0 to 3.4.0, Vienna RSS crashes at startup.

Here is what it shows just before crashing :
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Here is the crash report :
vienna-crash.txt

@xif-fr xif-fr changed the title from Vienna crash at startup on 10.9.5 to Vienna 3.4.0 crash at startup on 10.9.5 Jul 14, 2018

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Same issue here. After installing it (brew cask install vienna), it crashes a few seconds later. Also, running OSX 10.9.5. Is it a know issue with these version?

canro91 commented Jul 14, 2018

Same issue here. After installing it (brew cask install vienna), it crashes a few seconds later. Also, running OSX 10.9.5. Is it a know issue with these version?

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@josh64x2 Do you still have a 10.9 environment available ?

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barijaona commented Jul 14, 2018

@josh64x2 Do you still have a 10.9 environment available ?

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@Eitot I don't know if this is related, but I notice a significant size difference between the MMTabBarView binary file in the 3.4.0 build (633296 bytes) and the MMTabBarView binary file located in my Carthage/Build/Mac folder (606844 bytes, same as in my Carthage cache).

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@Eitot I don't know if this is related, but I notice a significant size difference between the MMTabBarView binary file in the 3.4.0 build (633296 bytes) and the MMTabBarView binary file located in my Carthage/Build/Mac folder (606844 bytes, same as in my Carthage cache).

Any idea ?

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@Eitot : I found the reason of the size difference. The output of the make clean ; make release commands will incorporate development build of the frameworks, while carthage update produces deployment versions.

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barijaona commented Jul 14, 2018

@Eitot : I found the reason of the size difference. The output of the make clean ; make release commands will incorporate development build of the frameworks, while carthage update produces deployment versions.

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TorgoKong Jul 17, 2018

Just a note, I'm seeing this same crash (same stack crawl from the looks of it, same behavior), on 10.10.5 after updating to 3.4.0.

TorgoKong commented Jul 17, 2018

Just a note, I'm seeing this same crash (same stack crawl from the looks of it, same behavior), on 10.10.5 after updating to 3.4.0.

barijaona added a commit to barijaona/MMTabBarView that referenced this issue Jul 18, 2018

Fix some crashes on pre-Mac OS X 10.11 systems
The fixed spelling of the constant (`NSViewNoIntrinsicMetric`) is only
available on Mac OS X 10.11 and newer, so reverting to the use of
`NSViewNoInstrinsicMetric` preserves backwards compatibility.

Credit is given to chrismcs :
chrismcs@d89f837

Sample of solved issue :
ViennaRSS/vienna-rss#1162

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Just to be sure, because I am not on my usual machine, so I cannot access to the 10.9 VM : can any of you verify this build is OK for you ?

Vienna3.4.1.zip

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barijaona commented Jul 24, 2018

Just to be sure, because I am not on my usual machine, so I cannot access to the 10.9 VM : can any of you verify this build is OK for you ?

Vienna3.4.1.zip

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TorgoKong Jul 24, 2018

I can verify that this fixes the problem on 10.10.5.

TorgoKong commented Jul 24, 2018

I can verify that this fixes the problem on 10.10.5.

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Yes, this build is ok for me on 10.9.5

xif-fr commented Jul 24, 2018

Yes, this build is ok for me on 10.9.5

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xif-fr Jul 24, 2018

Oh and by the way, this new version fixes an annoying bug I had since few versions : the webkit viewer was resizing automatically on certain web pages, sometimes very small (800px maybe).

xif-fr commented Jul 24, 2018

Oh and by the way, this new version fixes an annoying bug I had since few versions : the webkit viewer was resizing automatically on certain web pages, sometimes very small (800px maybe).

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TorgoKong Jul 24, 2018

That webkit view resize fix is a welcome fix for me, too, as I had one feed that consistently triggered it.

Thanks @barijaona for the timely fixes!

TorgoKong commented Jul 24, 2018

That webkit view resize fix is a welcome fix for me, too, as I had one feed that consistently triggered it.

Thanks @barijaona for the timely fixes!

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I am not sure what caused and what fixed the viewer auto resize, so let's credit all @ViennaRSS/contributors for the gradual improvements you are noticing !

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barijaona commented Jul 25, 2018

I am not sure what caused and what fixed the viewer auto resize, so let's credit all @ViennaRSS/contributors for the gradual improvements you are noticing !

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