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Re: problem loading NSBundle in TalkSoup

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: problem loading NSBundle in TalkSoup
Date: Sat, 14 Mar 2015 23:40:41 +0100
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Am 14.03.2015 um 23:20 schrieb Riccardo Mottola:
> Hi,
> I'm debugging a strange problem in TalkSoup on GNUstep, where certain
> Bundles do not get loaded and other apparently load twice.
> The same "code" works on Mac currently, although the mac build system on
> Mac is now XCode native, thus the problem could be also in the way
> plists, bundles are build and installed. I have no clue yet where the
> problem is.
> My problem right now seems to be the DCCSupport.bundle, for example. In
> TalkSoup.m in "activate_bundle" I print out first "dir" and then the
> loaded (but not yet activated) bundle.
> This is what I get
> <...>
> 2015-03-14 20:46:21.489 TalkSoup[6954:6954] dir
> /Local/Applications/TalkSoup.app/Resources/InFilters/DCCSupport.bundle
> 2015-03-14 20:46:21.489 TalkSoup[6954:6954] initing bundle <NSBundle:
> 0x84aa580>
> </Local/Applications/TalkSoup.app/Resources/InFilters/DCCSupport.bundle>
> 2015-03-14 20:46:21.492 TalkSoup[6954:6954] dcc initializing, invoc (null)
> 2015-03-14 20:46:21.533 TalkSoup[6954:6954] dir
> /Local/Applications/TalkSoup.app/Resources/InFilters/Emoticon.bundle
> 2015-03-14 20:46:21.566 TalkSoup[6954:6954] initing bundle <NSBundle:
> 0x84aa580>
> </Local/Applications/TalkSoup.app/Resources/InFilters/DCCSupport.bundle>
> (loaded)
> 2015-03-14 20:46:21.574 TalkSoup[6954:6954] dir
> /Local/Applications/TalkSoup.app/Resources/InFilters/MessageOutTab.bundle
> 2015-03-14 20:46:21.578 TalkSoup[6954:6954] initing bundle <NSBundle:
> 0x84ec400>
> </Local/Applications/TalkSoup.app/Resources/InFilters/MessageOutTab.bundle>
> <...>
> Frist, DCCSupport is loaded. Fine!
> Then Emoticon.bundle should be loaded, but I get back the SAME bundle I
> got on the call before. The next bundle is then loaded fine.
> Why? I see no exceptions in gdb. If there has been an error in loading
> the bundle, I'd expect at least a nil bundle, not the previous bundle!

The first thing I would check is the content of the Info.plists. Maybe
all these bundles look the same to GNUstep and it gets confused.

For a deeper analysis it would help to know, which TalkSoup class does
the bundle loading to start the inspection there.


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