cyclic "android.process.acore" failure (1.0r2 and 1.1r1)

by Dianne Hackborn » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 07:45:03 GMT


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 Could you please post a full stack crawl?  A binary that does this in a bug
report would also be really nice.

It looks like the label in your app has something funky about it that is
crashing in the text code, but there isn't enough here to really tell
anything.






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