Assertion fails in riched20; relay debug segfaults

Dustin Navea speeddymon at
Sun May 8 04:58:22 CDT 2005

This a known bug.  head to 
for more info and a workaround..

We are waiting on the person that made this patch to post a fixed patch..

Alexandre.. This is generating a lot of bug reports, is there a chance 
we could remove it for now, as it seems to have caused more harm than good?


Adrian Harvey wrote:
> The wine version of riched20 fails an assertion when starting
> StreamboxVCR
> $ wine .wine/drive_c/Program\
> Files/StreamboxVcrSuite2/StreamBoxVCR1Beta31/vcr_31turbo.exe
> fixme:ole:CoRegisterMessageFilter stub
> fixme:ole:CoCreateInstance no classfactory created for CLSID {4955dd33-
> b159-11d0-8fcf-00aa006bcc59}, hres is 0x80040154
> err:ole:ITypeInfo_fnInvoke did not find member id fffffdfa, flags 4!
> err:ole:ITypeInfo_fnInvoke did not find member id fffffdfb, flags 4!
> fixme:richedit:RichEditANSIWndProc WM_SETFONT: stub
> wine-pthread: run.c:522: ME_CalcRunExtent: Assertion `' failed.
> fixme:ole:ITypeInfo_fnRelease destroy child objects
> Along with a popup dialogue box from the visual C++ runtime library
> indicating abnormal program termination.  The file run.c appears to be
> part of riched20, and indeed overriding the load order to native only
> for that DLL allows the program work.
> All reasonably standard debugging so far, and I went for some more
> logging to aid tracing the problem (or to log in bugzilla when it all
> gets too hard for my skill level ;-) ) 
> $ WINEDEBUG="+relay" wine .wine/drive_c/Program\
> Files/StreamboxVcrSuite2/StreamBoxVCR1Beta31/vcr_31turbo.exe
> 0009:Call kernel32.__wine_kernel_init() ret=55727d9e
> Segmentation fault
> Shortest relay trace I've ever had!  But I'm not really sure where to go
> from here...  Running GDB on it gives me no useful results.  I have an
> AMD64 box running Fedora Core 3 and wine is the latest from CVS.
> I'm going to try some other tracing to look at the riched problem, but
> +relay crashing seems serious to me.
> 	Adrian

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