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Qt Creator crashes when creating a new package #284

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yangshiliang opened this Issue Jun 29, 2018 · 3 comments

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yangshiliang commented Jun 29, 2018

Environment:
OS: Ubuntu 16.04
Installer: qtcreator-ros-xenial-latest-offline-installer.run (20180629)
About Qt Creator: Qt Creator 4.5.1 Based on Qt 5.10.0 (GCC 4.9.3, 64 bit)

Reproduce steps:

  1. Start Qt Creator from command line: qtcreator-ros
  2. With NO ROS workspace opened, click File > New File or Project...
  3. Click ROS > Package > Choose
  4. Qt Creator crashes.
    The crash message is as follows:
    [1] 3330 segmentation fault (core dumped) qtcreator-ros

However, this issue does not occur for the installer "qtcreator-ros-trusty-441-offline-installer.run".

Workaround:

  1. Open a ROS workspace.
  2. New a package. Everything is fine.

@Levi-Armstrong Levi-Armstrong added the bug label Jun 30, 2018

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Levi-Armstrong commented Jun 30, 2018

Thank you for the feedback. I need to add a check that make sure the user has a workspace loaded before allowing them to add a new package.

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harryman1 commented Oct 12, 2018

I have the same issue, could you please indicate when a pacth will be released for this problem, please

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Levi-Armstrong commented Nov 22, 2018

This should be addressed by PR #305.

Levi-Armstrong added a commit to Levi-Armstrong/ros_qtc_plugin that referenced this issue Nov 22, 2018

World ROS-Industrial Day - Issue board automation moved this from unassigned to completed Nov 22, 2018

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