lifeograph crashes on kde when converting diary

Asked by Kees

I am trying to run lifeograph on Kubuntu 13.04 (Raring). This is the first time I try to access my diary since I upgraded to this version of Kubuntu. When I open my diary it tells me I need to upgrade it to a new format. Doing so pops up the password box, but after clicking 'OK' lifeograph crashes.

I then tried running it from the command-line like this:

   lifeograph path/to/diary

This promps me for the upgrade and then pops up the password box. For every character I type into the password box I get the following output on my konsole:

   (lifeograph:14853): glibmm-CRITICAL **:
   unhandled exception (type Glib::Error) in signal handler:
   domain: gtk-icon-theme-error-quark
   code : 0
   what : Icon 'edit-clear-symbolic' not present in theme

and when clicking 'OK' it says:

   Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Any ideas what I can do about this?

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Ahmet Öztürk (dmxe) said :

Well.. It seems like some the icon edit-clear-symbolic is not installed in Kubuntu. This is no excuse for the crash. I will try to make it handle this situation more gracefully. I am converting this into a bug report.

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Jason Bell (13l0y-jason) said :

Same here but I'm running KUBUNTU 13:10 (just updated yesterday. This is the first time I've attempted to use Lifograph with Kubuntu, being a Ubuntu user usually.

Ahmet Öztürk (dmxe), when you said you wanted to get it to handle things gracefully, what did you do to manage that?



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Ahmet Öztürk (dmxe) said :

As I said, I have created a bug report about this issue. You can follow the link above (Bug #1235398). In short: this should be fixed now in version 1.0.0.rc3.

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