Opened 8 years ago

Closed 8 years ago

Last modified 5 years ago

#7089 closed defect (fixed)

GUI: Crash in vector renderer when opening/closing console

Reported by: salty-horse Owned by: salty-horse
Priority: normal Component: GUI
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Cc: Game:


When opening/closing the console repeatedly, it sometimes crashes. (See attached backtrace)

The issue happens in drawInteriorRoundedSquareAlg(). When it gets a small enough h, it goes through the the h>0 test.

h is then modified a few lines later: h -= 2*Base::_strokeWidth;

Here it turns to 0 and causes the crash.

This can be easily guarded with another if(h<=0){return;} at that point.

However, I think there's another bug behind this: strokeWidth is usually 0 when the console slides, so h shouldn't change by the above snipept. In my crash (and tests where I slowed down the slide and printed the values), _strokeWidth was always 1. I'm not sure what caused it to change to 1.

Ticket imported from: bugs/7089.

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Change History (6)

by salty-horse, 8 years ago

Attachment: backtrace.txt added

comment:1 by lordhoto, 8 years ago

I think it might be best to change the early check to assure w and h are bigger than the values subtracted at a later point. Or simply move the check further down below (if that doesn't cause other issues).

comment:2 by salty-horse, 8 years ago

The problem is with the scroll bar in the console, which uses a stroke >= 0.

To consistently get the error, type several "help" commands to get a scrollbar, before closing the console. You have to slow down the console sliding so it will always try to render the last few frames at the top of the screen:

~~~~ --- a/gui/console.cpp +++ b/gui/console.cpp @@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ void ConsoleDialog::handleTickle() { if (_slideMode != kNoSlideMode) { const float tmp = (float)(g_system->getMillis() - _slideTime) / kConsoleSlideDownDuration; if (_slideMode == kUpSlideMode) { - _y = (int)(_h * (0.0 - tmp)); + _y -= 1; } else { _y = (int)(_h * (tmp - 1.0)); } ~~~~

So, do you think a good solution to move the if (w <= 0 || h <= 0) { return; }? I don't like the idea of performing the calculation inside the test itself - IMO it should be kept simple.

comment:3 by salty-horse, 8 years ago

Owner: set to salty-horse
Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

comment:4 by salty-horse, 8 years ago

Fixed in 9b69b86f2972c93395ce6ee88f5566a31a05ce0d

comment:5 by digitall, 5 years ago

Component: GUI
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