I'm sorry, I seem to have missed your last message and the pastebin has sadly expired. As Electron is back to working without SNI, you probably do not need snixembed anymore. But if you still do, and it is still crashing, I would like to look into it.
Like I mentioned in the matrix room, the error seems to indicate that you're missing the vapi files. They are a dependency of the
valacpackage, do you have that installed? (It is mentioned on the Debian website that
valac-binis an internal package that should not be installed directly, so that package alone is not enough to compile the project.)
3357af7d now has the same behaviour as before the async change. Icons work with the latest node version. (the previous one had a bug as above.) Going to mark this as fixed.
Also, the newest node version brings back the old XEmbed icons again, so most likely snixembed won't be needed (at least for a while) Soon (TM)! Unless you rely on chromium tray icons.
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Glad it's working better now! It would be great if you could get some info on the crashes if you have the time, but no worries if you don't. I'll try to reproduce the crash by starting snixembed after some tray apps have started.
if it looks good I'll close the issue later this week. Sorry for the hassle. Sound okay? Sounds good! (If I manage to reproduce I'll reopen)
While it does change IconThemePath, it also seems to set it to nonexistent paths sometimes, which doesn't help. So I now have a build that works sometimes. I will do some more debugging, but this may be an external bug.
Hello! What version are you on? Version 2.2 fixes a segmentation fault to do with repeated registration (blueman-applet caused this one).
If that is not it, could you try to get a backtrace using gdb? Using
VFLAGS=-g makeyou can build snixembed with debug symbols. The logging output from snixembed itself would also be helpful (it prints to stdout).
Oof, thanks for catching that one! Looks like Ayatana may change the IconThemePath property when a new icon is set. I'm playing with it, hope to get a fix out soon.
Re-opening this to track this new bug.
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Glad you got it to work!
Hello! Both errors seem to indicate that your vala (and VAPI for libdbusmenu-gtk3) version is too outdated to build this project. Your Mint version looks out of date. Maybe you can build it on the latest Mint release? I've had bug reports from a Debian user, so I suspect it will also compile fine on the latest Mint. If not, please let me know!