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Crash bug in blender.exe
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Description

System Information
Windows 10, intel iris 540

Blender Version
Broken: 2.80 Alpha 2 - 11/7/2018 build

Appended Object from a previous release. Appended fine. Saved.
Duplicated rig. Crashed.
Reloaded 2.8 blender, loaded save - crashed instantly.

Crashing blend attached.

To duplicate, load blend.

Details

Type
Bug

Event Timeline

Philipp Oeser (lichtwerk) triaged this task as Confirmed, Medium priority.

Can confirm the crash on file load.
Looks like this was saved with multiple objects in editmode.
One of them doesnt have an edit_bmesh though (not sure if this is because it is actually hidden?)

P821 makes the file load (you can also check which object is failing), but I would kindly ask @Campbell Barton (campbellbarton) to take over here...

1   undomesh_from_editmesh          editmesh_undo.c   514  0x2033c16 
2   mesh_undosys_step_encode        editmesh_undo.c   720  0x2034306 
3   undosys_step_encode             undo_system.c     151  0x2bdeb63 
4   BKE_undosys_step_push_with_type undo_system.c     472  0x2be00e7 
5   BKE_undosys_step_push           undo_system.c     492  0x2be020c 
6   ED_undo_push                    ed_undo.c         103  0x1c86342 
7   ED_undo_push_op                 ed_undo.c         250  0x1c86a08 
8   wm_operator_finished            wm_event_system.c 884  0x1c48306 
9   wm_operator_invoke              wm_event_system.c 1356 0x1c4993f 
10  wm_operator_call_internal       wm_event_system.c 1530 0x1c49df9 
11  WM_operator_name_call_ptr       wm_event_system.c 1578 0x1c4a01c 
12  WM_operator_name_call           wm_event_system.c 1584 0x1c4a070 
13  ED_object_mode_toggle           object_modes.c    164  0x211a007 
14  ED_editors_init                 ed_util.c         125  0x22cc12c 
15  wm_file_read_post               wm_files.c        494  0x1c52334 
16  WM_file_read                    wm_files.c        629  0x1c526ac 
17  wm_file_read_opwrap             wm_files.c        1817 0x1c55185 
18  wm_open_mainfile_exec           wm_files.c        1877 0x1c553e6

there was rBcc7460eaa491ed020acdc8f863cd521688fad01c as well (might be related, not sure though...)

Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) closed this task as Resolved.

Confirmed crash in older version, but appears to work in latest master.