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megahard 01-13-2006 11:44 PM

repeated message (tty1): ASSERT: "i <= nodes" in /usr/lib/qt-3.1.2/include/qvaluelist
 
When using KDE, lately I get following message endlessly repeated (~ once per second) on tty1:
ASSERT: "i <= nodes" in /usr/lib/qt-3.1.2/include/qvaluelist.h (372) :scratch:

Doesn't seem to happen with other wms.
Couldn't find anything related in the /var/log-files.

Any information/interpretion related to content of above message would be highly appreciated!

zmanea 01-14-2006 05:00 PM

what is on line 372 of /usr/lib/qt-3.1.2/include/qvaluelist.h ?

megahard 01-15-2006 12:41 AM

372: Q_ASSERT( i <= nodes );

context:

template <class T>
Q_INLINE_TEMPLATES Q_TYPENAME QValueListPrivate<T>::NodePtr QValueListPrivate<T>::at( size_type i ) const
{
Q_ASSERT( i <= nodes );
NodePtr p = node->next;
for( size_type x = 0; x < i; ++x )
p = p->next;
return p;
}

zmanea 01-15-2006 07:17 PM

The message is probably harmless. You could take the time to track down the app causing it, or you could ignore the message, or you could recompile QT with -DQT_NO_DEBUG

megahard 01-17-2006 10:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zmanea
The message is probably harmless. You could take the time to track down the app causing it,

No idea how this is done (maybe fuser :scratch:???) Any hints ?
My guess though is clear, as it seems to happen only when choosing KDE as wm and KDE is known to be based on qt....:twocents:

Quote:

Originally Posted by zmanea
or you could ignore the message,

Well I could but:
1. This has not happened before...
2. I get this message about once per second all the duration of a KDE-session...
3. There might be some deeper trouble, as lately at every boot I get a message: ...was
not cleanly umounted, then it fscks and reboots....:(

Quote:

Originally Posted by zmanea
or you could recompile QT with -DQT_NO_DEBUG

I don't even have the sources (installed slackware-packages) +
1. Got a slow connection
2. Afraid to mess up...
3. Expectable success is questionable (or am I wrong ?)...


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