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Developer
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎09-06-2013
My Device: Developer
My Carrier: TIM
Accepted Solution

DateTimePicker setValue causes sigsegv

Hi all, 

 

i have a problem using DateTimePicker. 

 

Basically what i want to do is programmatically set the date of that object. 

 

I use that piece of code: 

 

QDateTime *p_start = dbManager.getPlanStart(configuration.name());

...

DateTimePicker *picker = device_page->findChild<DateTimePicker *>("monthPicker");
if(picker == NULL) {
     qDebug() << "Picker Problem";
}
else {
     picker->setValue(p_start->toLocalTime());
}

 

I'm sure that the p_start is not null (i checked it via debugger and using qDebug()), but when i try to use setValue method the application crash with that erro in the console: 

 

Process 291000572 (NetTest) terminated SIGSEGV code=1 fltno=11 ip=08052002(/accounts/1000/appdata/com.italialinux.bandwidthmanager.testDev_idthmanager7a5b5c91/app/native/NetTest@main+0x79d) ref=0000001d bdslot=1

 


Any idea?

Developer
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎09-06-2013
My Device: Developer
My Carrier: TIM

Re: DateTimePicker setValue causes sigsegv

Ok ok, 

 

my fault! 

 

And it has nothing to do with DateTimePicker.

 

The problem was that i didn't consider that the setValue method could fire up valueChanged signal.

 

And in the method tha handles that signal there was a call to a variable that  was not initialized yet.

 

Smiley Happy