About 1 in 15 times I'll see the following output in my console when I
perform a drag and drop:
Exception in thread "AWT-AppKit" java.lang.NullPointerException
JavaAWT: Assertion failure: Java exception thrown
JavaAWT: File src/macosx/native/apple/awt/util/AWTException.m; Line 40
JavaAWT: Assertion failure: _javaException
JavaAWT: File src/macosx/native/apple/awt/util/AWTException.m; Line 48
2005-08-30 09:37:10.357 java *** NSTimer discarding exception
'AwtException' (reason 'See Java exception object') that raised during
firing of timer with target 31953a40 and selector 'tickFlusher'
Is this a common problem? Am I causing this? This output points to
line numbers in Apple's code, so I have no idea how to approach this.
I would assume if this is an exception that came from our code that
Apple would be so kind as to print the stack trace?
This is an annoying problem because in our program we notice all
uncaught exceptions, and we present an error dialog for them. Now we
can add this to a list of exceptions we flat out ignore (that is, we
stop an error dialog from popping up)... but I thought before I did
that I'd ask around and see if anyone knows what it means...
We don't see this on Windows machines. But there are no clear-cut
steps to reproduce even on Mac.
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