[webkit-gtk] WebKit2Gtk - Assertion on drag-and-drop in Epiphany and Midori

Daniel Wyatt daniel.wyatt at gmail.com
Tue Jan 21 18:12:06 PST 2014

I forgot to mention that this issues exists with the newest SVN of
WebKit2Gtk as of right now.

On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 8:12 PM, Daniel Wyatt <daniel.wyatt at gmail.com>wrote:

> Epiphany and Midori both crash WebKitWebProcess when dragging and dropping
> a .html (or other) file into the web view.
> Compiling in debug mode triggers an assertion:
> Received an unexpected URL from the web process:
> 'file:///home/daniel/tmp.html'
> Received an unexpected URL from the web process:
> 'file:///home/daniel/tmp.html'
> ASSERTION FAILED: m_process->checkURLReceivedFromWebProcess(request.url())
> Source/WebKit2/UIProcess/WebPageProxy.cpp(2431) : void WebKit::WebPageProxy::decidePolicyForNavigationAction(uint64_t,
> uint32_t, uint32_t, int32_t, uint64_t, const WebCore::ResourceRequest&,
> const WebCore::ResourceRequest&, uint64_t, IPC::MessageDecoder&, bool&,
> uint64_t&, uint64_t&)
> With release builds of WebKit2Gtk we get:
> Received an unexpected URL from the web process:
> 'file:///home/daniel/tmp.html'
> Received an invalid message "WebPageProxy.DecidePolicyForNavigationAction"
> from the web process.
> And then the web process seems to be killed.
> This only happens if we have not previously opened a .html file through
> the menu.
> Does anyone have a clue on where to look in order to fix this? Are we
> doing something wrong on our end?
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