On Mon, 2013-01-21 at 13:11 -0500, Paul Smith wrote:
> I'm finding that I'm getting core dumps in Evolution fairly often: once
> every couple of days (from SIGTRAP?)

that might be due to memory leak in 3.6.0. The 3.6.1 is better on it,
the 3.6.2 too, and the 3.6.3 will be released in about a day or so,
which would be preferred to use the 3.6.3, with all its fixes from 3.6.0
till now.

> and I can also get Evo to dump
> core (with SIGSEGV) every time I visit a particular email (received
> through one of the Google accounts, but the dump appears to happen in
> the display engine so the backend is probably not relevant).

Yeah, I also think the backend doesn't matter. It'll be good to save the
message as mbox, strip private information from it and share it at [1],
which seems to be the same crash, I only wasn't able to find the message
or otherwise reproduce it again.

By the way, the camel library resides in evolution-data-server, which I
guess is the reason why you do not have debug info for it.

With respect of compilation I do not know, maybe if you can just rebuild
the packages with more recent sources, and install those, then it'll
work as well? It does for Fedora, at least.

[1] https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=677968

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