[sldev] internal browser crashes 1.21.6 OS build

Mike Monkowski monkowsk at watson.ibm.com
Wed Nov 19 12:43:12 PST 2008


Might be related to https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/VWR-8428

Mike


Adric R wrote:
> I'm having a problem with the internal browser in my 1.21.6 OS build 
> here on Windows Vista. Opening links in the internal browser (for 
> example, typing http://google.com in chat and clicking it loads the page 
> fine), but if I click any link in the internal browser with a 
> querystring (&) the viewer crashes. This doesn't happen in the official 
> compiled 1.21.6 build.
> 
> My repro:
> - Set default to use the internal browser
> - Type http://www.google.com into chat and click it.
> - Click "privacy" at the bottom of the page.
> * Observe: page loads fine.
> - Click "Advanced Search"
> * Viewer crashes.
> 
>  From SecondLife.log:
> (click google link)
> 2008-18-19T03:50:22Z INFO: LLURLDispatcherImpl::dispatch: url: 
> http://google.com
> (click a link with a querystring)
> 2008-18-19T03:50:25Z INFO: viewer_windows_exception_handler: Entering 
> Windows Exception Handler...
> 2008-18-19T03:50:25Z INFO: LLAppViewer::handleViewerCrash: Handle viewer 
> crash entry.
> 
> The URLs that crash my viewer work fine when I type them into chat and 
> click them. It's only when clicked in the internal browser that my 
> viewer crashes.
> 
> Has anyone else seen this? Or know what's up? I've cleaned my solution, 
> redownloaded the source/artwork/libs and tried again from scratch, but 
> same crash.
> 
> -- Adric AKA McCabe Maxsted inSL(tm)
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