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[E-devel] Entropy SIGSEGV on exit!



Hi,

if I have a folder open and presses the close button on the window
border or the close in the window menu Entropy crashes with a SIGSEGV!
This is not happening if I close the program from the menu or if I don't
selects any folders!

No big deal sins I'm closing it any way;-)

BT:

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x28be42a2 in etk_object_signal_callbacks_get (object=0x80a8000, 
    signal=0x80854a0, callbacks=0xbfbfe0b0, after=1 '\001') at
etk_object.c:264 264           callback = l->data;
(gdb) bt
#0  0x28be42a2 in etk_object_signal_callbacks_get (object=0x80a8000, 
    signal=0x80854a0, callbacks=0xbfbfe0b0, after=1 '\001') at
etk_object.c:264 #1  0x28bec2cc in etk_signal_emit_valist
(signal=0x80854a0, object=0x80a8000, return_value=0xbfbfe0f3,
args=0xbfbfe0ec "ÈÝÀ(") at etk_signal.c:399 #2  0x28bec018 in
etk_signal_emit (signal=0x80854a0, object=0x80a8000,
return_value=0xbfbfe0f3) at etk_signal.c:294 #3  0x28c0ddf9 in
_etk_window_delete_request_cb (window=0x80a8000) at etk_window.c:767
#4  0x28c25095 in _window_delete_request_cb (ecore_evas=0x80a8200)
    at ecore_evas.c:482
#5  0x286dd530 in _ecore_evas_x_event_window_delete_request ()
   from /usr/devel/enlightenment/current/lib/libecore_evas.so.1
#6  0x286a46e3 in _ecore_event_call ()
   from /usr/devel/enlightenment/current/lib/libecore.so.1
#7  0x286aba7c in _ecore_main_loop_iterate_internal ()
   from /usr/devel/enlightenment/current/lib/libecore.so.1
#8  0x286aab50 in ecore_main_loop_begin ()
   from /usr/devel/enlightenment/current/lib/libecore.so.1
#9  0x28bdd855 in etk_main () at etk_main.c:168
#10 0x28ba7f86 in entropy_plugin_layout_main ()
   from /usr/devel/enlightenment/current/share/entropy/plugins//layout_etk_simple.so
#11 0x0804eaac in entropy_core_init ()
---Type <return> to continue, or q <return> to quit---
#12 0x08050a01 in main ()


\\troback

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