Sorry, attached wrong patch in previous mail. Here's the correct one.
On 19.04.2012 23:42, Heikki Linnakangas wrote:
> When I build pgAdmin from sources on my laptop running Debian, and try
> to open the Direct Debug dialog by choosing "Debug" on a function,
> pgAdmin hangs, consuming 100% of CPU. The dialog never opens, and I have
> no choice but kill pgAdmin forcibly. I only get this problem when I
> build pgadmin from sources, the binary version from Debian repository
> works fine.
> I complained about this same issue years ago, and it was apparently
> fixed back then
> but looks like the issue has reappeared. Attaching a debugger to the
> process when it's hung, I get a stack trace identical to that I posted
> back in 2009. It's stuck repeatedly getting the OnSize event, and
> resizing the window or some of the controls in response.
> I don't understand much about this stuff, but I started comparing the
> dlgDirectDbg window with dlgPgpassConfig window, which is very similar
> but works. Looks to me there's some useless nested panels in the
> dlgDirectDbg dialog, and removing them fixes the issue for me. After
> that, the size of the window is wrong, though, so I added some extra
> code to recalculate the desired window size after adding the arguments
> to the grid in the dialog. I'm not sure what the original problem was or
> why this fixes it, but the attached patch fixes it for me.
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