1.5.0.1335a: Crash on deletion of folder in search results.

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KindOne
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1.5.0.1335a: Crash on deletion of folder in search results.

Post by KindOne »

1, Exit Everything64.
2, Create new folder in C:\.
3, Rename folder "foobar123".
4, Open Everything64.
5, Search for "foobar".
6, Do not select anything.
7, Delete folder from Windows file explorer.
8, *CRASH*.

I have emailed a crash dump with this bug report as the subject.
void
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Re: 1.5.0.1335a: Crash on deletion of folder in search results.

Post by void »

Thank you for the crash dump KindOne,

The dumps show the Everything database is corrupt.
I'm not sure what may have caused the corruption at this stage.

Could you please send me your %APPDATA%\Everything\Everything-1.5a.ini

This will help assist with testing on my end.



Could you please send verbose debug logs:
  • Exit Everything (File -> Exit)
  • Launch Everything with -debug-log and -verbose
  • Everything64.exe -debug-log -verbose
  • Wait for Everything to crash
  • Please send your %TEMP%\Everything Debug Log.txt to support@voidtools.com


Please try rebuilding your index:
  • Exit Everything (File -> Exit)
  • Delete your %LOCALAPPDATA%\Everything\Everything-1.5a.db
  • Restart Everything
  • Please try reproducing your crash.
  • Does Everything continue to crash?
void
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Re: 1.5.0.1335a: Crash on deletion of folder in search results.

Post by void »

Thank you for the Everything.ini files KindOne,

Everything 1.5.0.1336a fixes a crash when sorting by indexed attributes.

Sorting by indexed attributes was causing result corruption in earlier versions.

Thanks again for your help with finding the issue.
KindOne
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Re: 1.5.0.1335a: Crash on deletion of folder in search results.

Post by KindOne »

Thanks. I can confirm the crash has been fixed.
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