With this patch, Opera (both static and shared QT versions) just segfaults.
The crash happens because the patch is buggy:
min_bytes_per_line = ROUNDUP((bits_per_pixel * width), image->bitmap_pad);
It must be (bits_per_pixel * width)/8, obviously!
Uh, forget that. ROUNDUP does not do what its name implies it does. Not only does it round up, but also divide by 8. Sheesh.
This also seems to break rdesktop, see http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=418021 .
It looks like some apps don't check the return value from XCreateImage(), and that the added checks make it return NULL where the apps expected success.
See also http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=418016;msg=24
it looks like opera have issued a fix. from what i was seeing, some apps were assuming they needed to allocate w*depth, instead of w*bpp, so maybe this was the problem with opera. axel, can you confirm?
Yes, exactly. We now changed the code to just not specify image_bytes_per_line - XCreateImage does that just fine itself when specifying 0.
thanks a lot for the followup.
on May 31, 2016 at 19:52:56.
(provided by the Example extension).