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Bug#527279: marked as done (Plasma crash)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #527279,
regarding Plasma crash
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Package: kde-workspace-bin
Version: 4:4.2.2-2

Hi KDE-Team, 

I wrote on IRC that I am able to crash plasma from times to times by moving around the calendar popup (or plasmoid or what it is called).

Today it happend again. The stack trace is attached.

How to reproduce:
* Click on digital clock in plasma bar (calendar pops up).
* Drag the calendar around on the screen a few times.
* Plasma crashes.

The first thing that made me curious is that the X11 event is handled via libglib, a part of GTK!? Interesting :-)

Greetings, Torsten

Attachment: plasma.kcrash
Description: Binary data

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Version: 4:4.4.5-4

No response from the submitter for 4 weeks, closing.

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