[lsb-discuss] I suspect XPROTO tests do something bad to new (7.2)Xlib

Wichmann, Mats D mats.d.wichmann at intel.com
Mon Aug 27 10:28:22 PDT 2007

lsb-discuss-bounces at lists.linux-foundation.org wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have noted an interesting result in the X11 (vsw4 3.1.1)
> test suite; please,
> does anybody experienced this as well?
> It seems that all XPROTO tests are failing, every test point;
> the log contains
> only a message that the test has received the SIGABRT signal, but when
> looking on the console when the tests are running, the
> following line repeats
> over and over:
> Test: xcb_io.c:285: _XAllocID: Assertion `!(dpy->flags & (1L << 3))'
> failed. 
> After some struggling, I have succeeded in recompiling the
> test suite with
> some test prints; it seems that the assertion occurs just at
> the start of the
> test, right in the Create_Client() routine (the very first
> called in every of
> these tests).
> I suspect that the XPROTO tests are doing something nasty when
> they try to
> mimic the X protocol. Am I right? Should I do more investigations?

did you by any chance shift to xcb recently?

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