[PySide] "Could not retrieve fonts from the server"
ijbrewster at alaska.edu
Fri Feb 7 23:31:22 CET 2020
For what its worth, I just tried to put together a simple test case with just the basic steps needed to reproduce the issue, and was unable to generate a crash - the call to setHtml worked fine. So the problem lies elsewhere, I’m thinking some sort of race condition in my code perhaps, although I don’t really know. Thus my interest in finding where this error is actually generated, so I can see what might be different the times it crashes.
Alaska Volcano Observatory
Geophysical Institute - UAF
2156 Koyukuk Drive
Fairbanks AK 99775-7320
> On Feb 7, 2020, at 12:52 PM, Jason H <jhihn at gmx.com> wrote:
> Are you on a mac? Seems to be a corrupt font entry?
> I would assume that the setHtml is referencing a font that is causing the lookup and subsequent crash?
> Sent: Friday, February 07, 2020 at 2:48 PM
> From: "Israel Brewster" <ijbrewster at alaska.edu>
> To: pyside at qt-project.org
> Subject: [PySide] "Could not retrieve fonts from the server"
> Under certain situations, I will receive the following error from my PySide2 application:
> 2020-02-07 10:19:50.577 Python[59660:37972433] Could not retrieve fonts from the server! Registering system fonts locally…
> After which the application will crash with a SIGABRT (stack trace attached). It would appear it is crashing somewhere in the setHtml() function of a QGraphicsTextItem, but I can’t seem to find this error in the source code (either Qt itself or PySide2). Where might this error be coming from?
> Israel Brewster
> Software Engineer
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