Bug#836326: gsequencer: FTBFS on i386: ags_channel_test segmentation fault

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Bug#836326: gsequencer: FTBFS on i386: ags_channel_test segmentation fault

Aaron M. Ucko-2
Source: gsequencer
Version: 0.7.62-1
Severity: serious
Justification: fails to build from source (but built successfully in the past)

The latest i386 build of gsequencer failed because ags_channel_test
crashed.  Could you please take a look?

Thanks!

  PASS: ags_thread_test
  PASS: ags_audio_test
  ./test-driver: line 107:  9968 Segmentation fault      "$@" > $log_file 2>&1
  FAIL: ags_channel_test
  PASS: ags_recycling_test
  PASS: ags_audio_signal_test
  PASS: ags_recall_test
  PASS: ags_pattern_test
  PASS: ags_notation_test
  PASS: ags_automation_test
  PASS: ags_functional_audio_test
  =========================================
     gsequencer 0.7.62: ./test-suite.log
  =========================================
 
  # TOTAL: 10
  # PASS:  9
  # SKIP:  0
  # XFAIL: 0
  # FAIL:  1
  # XPASS: 0
  # ERROR: 0
 
  .. contents:: :depth: 2
 
  FAIL: ags_channel_test
  ======================
 
 
 
       CUnit - A unit testing framework for C - Version 2.1-3
       http://cunit.sourceforge.net/
 
 
  Suite: AgsChannelTest
    Test: test of AgsChannel add recall ...passed
    Test: test of AgsChannel add recall container ...FAILED
      1. ags/test/audio/ags_channel_test.c:131  - g_list_find(channel->container, recall_container) != NULL
    Test: test of AgsChannel add recall id ...FAILED
      1. ags/test/audio/ags_channel_test.c:148  - g_list_find(channel->recall_id, recall_id) != NULL
    Test: test of AgsChannel add duplicate recall ...FAIL ags_channel_test (exit status: 139)

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Bug#836326: gsequencer: FTBFS on i386: ags_channel_test segmentation fault

Joël Krähemann-2
Hi

Yesterday, I was providing a new tarball 0.7.63 fixing the unit tests.
They should all pass for now.

Bests,
Joël

On Thu, Sep 1, 2016 at 7:10 PM, Aaron M. Ucko <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Source: gsequencer
> Version: 0.7.62-1
> Severity: serious
> Justification: fails to build from source (but built successfully in the past)
>
> The latest i386 build of gsequencer failed because ags_channel_test
> crashed.  Could you please take a look?
>
> Thanks!
>
>   PASS: ags_thread_test
>   PASS: ags_audio_test
>   ./test-driver: line 107:  9968 Segmentation fault      "$@" > $log_file 2>&1
>   FAIL: ags_channel_test
>   PASS: ags_recycling_test
>   PASS: ags_audio_signal_test
>   PASS: ags_recall_test
>   PASS: ags_pattern_test
>   PASS: ags_notation_test
>   PASS: ags_automation_test
>   PASS: ags_functional_audio_test
>   =========================================
>      gsequencer 0.7.62: ./test-suite.log
>   =========================================
>
>   # TOTAL: 10
>   # PASS:  9
>   # SKIP:  0
>   # XFAIL: 0
>   # FAIL:  1
>   # XPASS: 0
>   # ERROR: 0
>
>   .. contents:: :depth: 2
>
>   FAIL: ags_channel_test
>   ======================
>
>
>
>        CUnit - A unit testing framework for C - Version 2.1-3
>        http://cunit.sourceforge.net/
>
>
>   Suite: AgsChannelTest
>     Test: test of AgsChannel add recall ...passed
>     Test: test of AgsChannel add recall container ...FAILED
>       1. ags/test/audio/ags_channel_test.c:131  - g_list_find(channel->container, recall_container) != NULL
>     Test: test of AgsChannel add recall id ...FAILED
>       1. ags/test/audio/ags_channel_test.c:148  - g_list_find(channel->recall_id, recall_id) != NULL
>     Test: test of AgsChannel add duplicate recall ...FAIL ags_channel_test (exit status: 139)
>