reassign 761473 libkexiv2-11 4:4.14.0-1+b1
severity 761473 normal
retitle 761473 libkexiv2-11: floating point exception on special mp4 videos
I finally found where the problem is coming from (well, kind of): I had
downloaded mp4 files recorded on a Galaxy S with a CM11 firmware, and
the files have a format which seems quite special, as vlc, avplay and
mplayer have also their problem with those films BUT they don't crash!
Whereas digikam and gwenview both do crash on a directory with those
files (and don't without them), meaning the issue is indeed rather at
lib(k)exiv level. As the bug reports I referred to seem to hint at the
fact that libkexiv is responsible for error handling, here we are!
I can share privately the offending files if someone is willing to fix
the issue, which is less important than initially thought.
I hope all the bug control commands are correct...
On 14/09/14 09:17, ewl+debian+nospam2...@lavar.de wrote:
one last step for now:
the issue seems to be related to http://dev.exiv2.org/issues/961 which
states that the issue is in libkexiv (with a K). Following
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=331679, the issue is closed in
But the bug is still there, and I'm confused...
On 14/09/14 08:59, ewl+debian+nospam2...@lavar.de wrote:
I installed gdb and was able to continue with the crash reporting
assistant which found similar KDE bugs: 332721, 331506 and 331450 (all
duplicates of each other, the last one seems to be the master bug).
Those bugs seem to imply that the issue is in Exiv2 shared lib,
especially in video metadata parser. This would mean that the bug should
be reassigned to package libexiv2-13, I guess, but it's difficult for me
to judge if the bug is really the same.
I also attach the backtrace of the crash.
On 14/09/14 08:39, Eric Lavarde wrote:
Justification: renders package unusable
Versions of packages digikam depends on:
ii libkexiv2-11 4:4.14.0-1+b1
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