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[TIMOB-1877] iOS - errors and intermittent crash with email test case

GitHub Issuen/a
Resolution Date2011-04-15T03:04:33.000+0000
Affected Version/sn/a
Fix Version/sRelease 1.6.0 M07
Labelsapple, bug, crash, defect, ios, release-1.6.0
ReporterThomas Huelbert
AssigneeBlain Hamon


4th gen iPod touch (4.1) with mobile sdk build 1.4.2.dc7b90

1.BaseUI>views>Email dialog
2.select an image (I used a previous screen shot) and enter a valid email, send it
3.check output while its happening

output:Wed Sep 22 10:07:37 eWorld sandboxd[1536] : KitchenSink(1533) deny file-write-data /private/var/mobile/Media/PhotoData

Wed Sep 22 10:08:04 eWorld KitchenSink[1533] : DA|Could not open the lock file at /tmp/DAAccountsLoading.lock. We'll load the accounts anyway, but bad things may happen

Wed Sep 22 10:08:04 eWorld sandboxd[1539] : KitchenSink(1533) deny file-read-data /private/var/tmp/DAAccountsLoading.lock

I crashed once at this point. Not sure if this a downstream crash from a mem leak or not.


  1. Thomas Huelbert 2011-04-15

    Wed Sep 22 10:08:04 eWorld KitchenSink[1533] : DA|Could not open the lock file at /tmp/DAAccountsLoading.lock. We'll load the accounts anyway, but bad things may happen

    this line above is new, marking as regression, other output goes back to 1.4.0 at least

  2. Blain Hamon 2011-04-15

    While debugging, I came across this bit:

    2011-01-24 14:25:28.854 Titanium[38516:307] Using two-stage rotation animation. To use the smoother single-stage animation, this application must remove two-stage method implementations.
    2011-01-24 14:25:54.508 Titanium[38516:307] Using two-stage rotation animation is not supported when rotating more than one view controller or view controllers not the window delegate

    The stack trace was thus:

    0 0x3108676c in NSLog ()
    1 0x3163d2c0 in -UIWindow _setRotatableClient:toOrientation:duration:force:
    2 0x3163c19a in -UIWindowController transition:fromViewController:toViewController:target:didEndSelector:
    3 0x3163bad2 in -UIViewController presentModalViewController:withTransition:
    4 0x3163b246 in -UIViewController presentModalViewController:animated:
    5 0x001191f8 in -[TiApp attachModal:toController:animated:] (self=0x517110, cmd=0x24246f, modalController=0x5af100, presentingController=0x53b150, animated=1 '\001') at /CodeValhalla/Appcelerate/mobile/iphone/iphone/../Classes/TiApp.mm:560
    6 0x0011775c in -[TiApp showModalController:animated:] (self=0x517110,
    cmd=0x23544c, modalController=0x5af100, animated=1 '\001') at /CodeValhalla/Appcelerate/mobile/iphone/iphone/../Classes/TiApp.mm:595
    7 0x000c1770 in -[MediaModule displayModalPicker:settings:] (self=0x5ae900, cmd=0x23df10, picker=0x5af100, args=0x5aece0) at /CodeValhalla/Appcelerate/mobile/iphone/iphone/../Classes/MediaModule.m:159
    8 0x000c25a6 in -[MediaModule showPicker:isCamera:] (self=0x5ae900, cmd=0x23dee9, args=0x5aece0, isCamera=0 '\000') at /CodeValhalla/Appcelerate/mobile/iphone/iphone/../Classes/MediaModule.m:327
    9 0x000c7042 in -[MediaModule openPhotoGallery:] (self=0x5ae900,
    cmd=0x23d45f, args=0x5aece0) at /CodeValhalla/Appcelerate/mobile/iphone/iphone/../Classes/MediaModule.m:787
    10 0x349c42ea in -NSObject(NSObject) performSelector:withObject:
    11 0x3109a824 in NSThreadPerformPerform ()
    12 0x349dbf24 in
    13 0x349adba6 in
    CFRunLoopDoSources0 ()
    14 0x349ad44a in __CFRunLoopRun ()
    15 0x349ad276 in CFRunLoopRunSpecific ()
    16 0x349ad17e in CFRunLoopRunInMode ()
    17 0x311dc5f2 in GSEventRunModal ()
    18 0x311dc69e in GSEventRun ()
    19 0x315b0122 in -UIApplication _run
    20 0x315ae12e in UIApplicationMain ()
    21 0x000043ce in main (argc=1, argv=0x2ffff5ec) at /CodeValhalla/Appcelerate/mobile/iphone/iphone/main.m:28

    Note that this is because of the camera roll in Apple's own code, not ours, so this part is nothing we can do about.

  3. Blain Hamon 2011-04-15

    Hunh. Turns out that the origional bug is also Apple's fault.

    Trapping on NSLog causes this to catch in the middle of entering an email address into the email dialog (Apple's code). The trace is in thread 21:

    0 0x3108676c in NSLog ()
    1 0x32ba43a8 in DALogV ()
    2 0x32ba4282 in DALog ()
    3 0x32ba3f7e in -DAAccountManager reloadAccounts
    4 0x32ba3ce2 in -DAAccountManager init
    5 0x32ba3bd4 in +DAAccountManager sharedInstance
    6 0x3282ca0c in -MFFindSearchableStoresOperation main
    7 0x310889ee in -__NSOperationInternal start
    8 0x31088752 in -NSOperation start
    9 0x3109d57a in
    __startOperations_block_invoke_2 ()
    10 0x30ec3984 in
    dispatch_call_block_and_release ()
    11 0x30ec4764 in dispatch_worker_thread2 ()
    12 0x30e68680 in
    pthread_wqthread ()
    13 0x30e61198 in start_wqthread ()

    Titanium makes no mention of MMFindSearchable or DAAccountManager, leading me to believe this is entirely instigated outside our control. Oh Apple, what surprises don't you have for us?

  4. Lee Morris 2017-03-03

    Closing ticket due to time passed and irrelevance.

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