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I am using gtk_sheet. I am getting some segmentation fault when I create a sheet repeatedly.... I am giving the code here....
When I run the below C-code it pops up the one main window and the sheet dialog
the main window contains the button labelled Destroy & Create, which destroys the sheet dialog and creates a new sheet dialog for hundred times, when i keep on clicking the button it crashes at some point...
My system specifications :
OS: Linux Federo core 3
Kernel: 2.6.12-prep athlon i386 GNU/Linux
gtk version : gtk2-2.4.13-9
gtk sheet package : gtk+extra-2.1.1
gcc version 3.4.2
please let me know what the mistake I am doing.....,
It's possible that it isn't done with one of the destroy/create loops when you click on the button again. That's the only thing I can think of because I don't see anything else in your code that would cause that. You should disable the button at the beginning of 'Destroy_and_create_callback' and enable it again when it's complete.