[Evolution] Bug#765812: GNOME Evolution SIGSEGV with SQLite3 3.8.7

Paul Menzel pm.debian at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 25 10:01:15 UTC 2014

Control: reassign -1 evolution-data-server
Control: severity -1 grave
Control: forwardad -1 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=738965
Control: retitle -1 evolution-data-server: Crash with SQLite 3.8.7 due to missing xFetch definition
Control: tags -1 upstream fixed-upstream
Control: affects -1 evolution

Dear Pascal,

Am Samstag, den 18.10.2014, 15:32 +0200 schrieb Pascal Obry:
> Package: evolution
> Version: 3.12.7-1
> I'm on Debian/sid with all packages up-to-date.
> After upgrading SQLite3 this morning from 3.8.6-1 to 3.8.7-1 GNOME
> Evolution crashes with a segmentation violation.
> I got the hint on SQLite3 by running Evolution under gdb, here is the
> backtrace:
> > Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.


> Reverting SQLite3 to 3.8.6-1 fixes the problem on my side.

thank you for your bug report and the work-around! (I did `sudo aptitude
hold libsqlite3-0` afterward to prevent it from getting updated again.)

The bug upstream was reported upstream in the GNOME bug tracker Bugzilla
as #738965 [1], where it has been analyzed with the help of the SQLite
developer Mr Hipp leading to a fix by Milan. I update the meta data of
this (Debian) bug report accordingly. The severity was raised to
critical to prevent the migration to testing

Unfortunately applying this patch to Debian is not enough, I believe as
the appropriate `Breaks` and `Conflicts` tags with `libsqlite3-0` have
to be set.

Laszlo, does the `libsqlite3-0` package also require changes to map
these problems? In any case, libsqlite3-0 3.8.7 should not migrate to
testing before this bug has been solved in Debian.



[1] https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=738965
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