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Trunk builds in bad shape

Aaron Leventhal-3
I am seeing a lot of crashes on trunk builds and
there are some new problems with missing focus events.

The crashes don't all necessarily seem to be only
related to accessibility, but some are.

This week I'll ask everyone working on Mozilla
accessibility to mainly concentrate on getting
everyone decent builds again.

- Aaron
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Re: Trunk builds in bad shape

Tom Brunet
As an additional note, I was going to give xulrunner 1.9a4 a spin today,
but it doesn't run at all on WinXP for me.  It looks like it's been that
way since 1.9a1 though:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=350616

Tom

Aaron Leventhal wrote:

> I am seeing a lot of crashes on trunk builds and there are some new
> problems with missing focus events.
>
> The crashes don't all necessarily seem to be only related to
> accessibility, but some are.
>
> This week I'll ask everyone working on Mozilla accessibility to mainly
> concentrate on getting everyone decent builds again.
>
> - Aaron
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Re: Trunk builds in bad shape

Aaron Leventhal-3
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Actually, trunk builds are in decent shape again.
Focus events are fixed as are most of the crashes.

Here are two bugs you may be able to avoid:
If you're on Linux, you'll crash in the page info
dialog.
If you're running Orca, you may crash when
submitting a bug. It seems to relate to pages that
have a combo box. Evan Yan is looking into it.

- Aaron

Aaron Leventhal wrote:

> I am seeing a lot of crashes on trunk builds and there are some new
> problems with missing focus events.
>
> The crashes don't all necessarily seem to be only related to
> accessibility, but some are.
>
> This week I'll ask everyone working on Mozilla accessibility to mainly
> concentrate on getting everyone decent builds again.
>
> - Aaron
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Re: Trunk builds in bad shape

Victor Tsaran
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Aaron,
I was trying hard to produce some kind of crash log with FF3 and
Thunderbird3 with regards to crashes with JAWS/Window-eyes, but both FF
and Thunderbird crash without activating the Talkback agent.
I did find out though that crashes only occur when the main UI window
comes in focus, i.e. if I open message window with NVDA and then launch
JAWS/Window-eyes, no crashes occur. The mentioned screen readers will
crash as soon as the main window gains focus.
Regards,
Victor



Aaron Leventhal wrote:

> I am seeing a lot of crashes on trunk builds and there are some new
> problems with missing focus events.
>
> The crashes don't all necessarily seem to be only related to
> accessibility, but some are.
>
> This week I'll ask everyone working on Mozilla accessibility to mainly
> concentrate on getting everyone decent builds again.
>
> - Aaron
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Re: Trunk builds in bad shape

Aaron Leventhal-3
Talkback usually won't come up when there's an
infinite loop which causes a stack overflow.

The best bet is just to file a bug with the steps
to reproduce.

- Aaron

Victor Tsaran wrote:

> Aaron,
> I was trying hard to produce some kind of crash log with FF3 and
> Thunderbird3 with regards to crashes with JAWS/Window-eyes, but both FF
> and Thunderbird crash without activating the Talkback agent.
> I did find out though that crashes only occur when the main UI window
> comes in focus, i.e. if I open message window with NVDA and then launch
> JAWS/Window-eyes, no crashes occur. The mentioned screen readers will
> crash as soon as the main window gains focus.
> Regards,
> Victor
>
>
>
> Aaron Leventhal wrote:
>> I am seeing a lot of crashes on trunk builds and there are some new
>> problems with missing focus events.
>>
>> The crashes don't all necessarily seem to be only related to
>> accessibility, but some are.
>>
>> This week I'll ask everyone working on Mozilla accessibility to mainly
>> concentrate on getting everyone decent builds again.
>>
>> - Aaron
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