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Bug#617680: marked as done (segfaults when attempting to import db from file)

Your message dated Sun, 15 May 2011 15:39:04 -0300
with message-id <201105151539.05016.perezmeyer@gmail.com>
and subject line New upstream version uploaded.
has caused the Debian Bug report #617680,
regarding segfaults when attempting to import db from file
to be marked as done.

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Package: sqlitebrowser
Version: 1.3-2.3
Severity: normal
Tags: +patch


It appears that there is error when trying to import database from file
(.sql) and not choosing new database file name when prompted.

When file dialog opens, and user clicks reject action button (No/Abort)
then newDBfile becomes empty QString. Then db.create() is called with
empty parameter and SQLite code (implemented in sqlitedb.cpp
function bool DBBrowserDB::create ( const QString & db) that calls
deprecated function QString::utf8()). 

Application crashes:
*** glibc detected *** sqlitebrowser: free(): invalid pointer

Maybe something like this could help:

--- form1.ui.h.old	2011-03-10 15:51:05.000000000 +0100
+++ form1.ui.h	2011-03-10 15:49:22.000000000 +0100
@@ -1071,7 +1071,7 @@
      QMessageBox::information( this, applicationName ,err);
- if (!fileName.isNull())
+ if ((!fileName.isNull()) && (!newDbFile.isNull()))

I'm not sure about this solution as I'm not able to test it, because 
this version of sqlitebrowser requires old Qt-Designer and QT3.


 Grzegorz Bizon
 ntsn.pl Software Development

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