[MonoDevelop] Random crashes still happen in MonoDevelop 1.0

Gergely Kiss mail.gery at gmail.com
Sun May 4 17:11:09 EDT 2008

I think, this problem is not caused by Mono, and is not even gtk-sharp
related. It's something with the native libraries in Ubuntu... Maybe the
libpango library has a bug (as it's the last library that MD used when the
crash happened).

Anyway, I also tried the latest release of Ubuntu, but I saw some minor bugs
and decided to switch back to Gutsy.

I'm going to update GTK+ on my system, maybe it helps solving this issue.

2008/5/4 Carpe Diem Tempus Fugit <carpediem.tempusfugit at gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> Gergely, I had almost the same prpblem, when I put a vBox and when I put a
> value in A menubar, I couldn't compile...
> So I formmmated the ubuntu partition and I installed Ubuntu Hardy Heron,
> then I installed Mono and MonoDevelop,now I don't have any problem
> 2008/5/4, Gergely Kiss <mail.gery at gmail.com>:
> >
> > I still experience random crashes while working with Stetic in
> > MonoDevelop 1.0. This bug used to exist in previous versions, too. I tried
> > recent gtk-sharp versions like 2.8.5, 2.10.4 and 2.12.0 and these crashes
> > still happen. My OS is Ubuntu 7.10. I installed all of the available
> > updates.
> >
> > It happens mostly while working with buttons. I created a simple window
> > with an HBox and 3 buttons and changed some of their properties, associated
> > some event handlers to them. After doing this for about 3-4 minutes,
> > MonoDevelop crashed with the debug stuffs I have attached to this message.
> >
> > Is there any solution to this issue?
> >
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