rimmed pushed a commit to branch master.


commit 7241ea1de8e62733d64fedf6f34d4da38d674fdf
Author: Vitalii Vorobiov <vi.vorob...@samsung.com>
Date:   Tue Feb 2 18:45:19 2016 +0000

    live_gengrid: fix SIGSEV on item text load
    @fix #50533
 src/bin/ui/live_view/elementary/live_gengrid.c | 7 ++++++-
 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/src/bin/ui/live_view/elementary/live_gengrid.c 
index cfc4220..f87b6c5 100644
--- a/src/bin/ui/live_view/elementary/live_gengrid.c
+++ b/src/bin/ui/live_view/elementary/live_gengrid.c
@@ -99,7 +99,12 @@ _grid_text_get(void *data __UNUSED__,
    EINA_LIST_FOREACH(part_list, l, demo_part)
         if (!strcmp(demo_part->name, part))
-          return strdup(demo_part->text_content);
+          {
+             if (!demo_part->text_content)
+               return NULL;
+             else
+               return strdup(demo_part->text_content);
+          }
    return NULL;


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On 02/03/16 09:06, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> On 2016/02/03 14:18, William A. Mahaffey III wrote:
>> I just did a full 'pkg upgrade' on my FBSD 9.3R box, which installed the
>> newest GCC5. I also updated ports. When I used the pkg-provided GCC5, it
>> doesn't have graphite support enabled, so no auto-parallelization. When
>> I checked the port w/ make showconfig. it shows graphite enabled. I am
>> recompiling it as I write this, but I thought the pkg was/is configured
>> from the port & would have graphite enabled by default, w/ no recompile
>> needed on my part, no ? I have the various other pkg's req'd for
>> graphite support pkg-installed (& just updated this A.M.), so I thought
>> I was ready to go. Not a huge issue, but recompiling the compiler shoots
>> about an hour on my box, would be sweet to avoid that. TIA for any clues
>> & have a good one.
> Unless you've your own poudriere setup, upgrading using binary packages
> will always get you the default options for everything you install --
> what's in any ports tree or any option settings you have locally makes
> no difference.
> If you are using poudriere, then remember to set options using
> 'poudriere options -c some/package' -- it doesn't automatically pick up
> options you make from the ports tree.
> Well, not unless you've been terribly cunning and done something like
> creating a symbolic link like so:
> # cd /usr/local/etc/poudriere
> # mv -f options options.old
> # ln -s /var/db/ports options
>       Cheers,
>       Matthew

Thanks, I am not running poudriere, I am only using ports for gcc5-devel
to enable graphite support, everything else is pkg-maintained.


        William A. Mahaffey III


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