Benji Fisher wrote:
> On Thu, May 25, 2006 at 09:39:37AM -0400, Benji Fisher wrote:
> > On Mon, May 22, 2006 at 06:42:36AM -0700, Furash Gary wrote:
> > > My vimspell with 7.0 seems to work okay on the mac os x at first - it
> > > shows words with problems, but if I right click and pick a replacement
> > > word it crashes.
> > > Gary Furash, MBA, PMP, Applications Manager
> > > Maricopa County Attorney's Office
> > I cannot reproduce this problem. What version of OS X are you
> > using (and if it is 10.4.x, is your machine Intel or PPC based)? Did
> > you compile yourself or where did you get Vim.app? Please give your
> > :version output and details on what leads to a crash.
> > I tested with OS X 10.3.9 (PPC) vim 7.0 compiled with "huge"
> > features.
> > I do see other problems with spell checking from the PopUp menu; I
> > will discuss these on the vim-dev list. The crashing problem should
> > probably move to the vim-mac list.
> Now I can reproduce the problem. It depends on how I start vim.
> :-( Also, the problems I saw on Linux/GTK2 are either solved by setting
> 'mousemodel' to "popup_setpos" or else unreproducible. :-( I have two
> ways to start Vim.app :
> (1) From Finder.app, find Vim.app and CMD-O (or double click).
> (2) From a shell, use the gvim shell script, which does the same as
> $ /Applications/Vim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim -g &
> Start Vim.app either way. Do
> :set spell
> and enter the text "hjkl" into a new buffer. Either right-click or
> control-click on this to bring up the PopUp menu. Choose
> 'Change "hjkl" to' and then choose the first item, "hulk", from the
> sub-menu. I find that nothing happens for a second or so, then the
> PopUp menu re-appears. I make the same choices, and then the behavior
> depends on how I started vim: if (1), then "hjkl" is replaced by
> "hulk"; if (2), there is a long pause and then a crash.
> Can anyone else reproduce this?
I can reproduce it. The call stack shows:
strlen + 8
ins_typebuf + 88
vgetorpeek + 2280
vgetc + 164
safe_vgetc + 16
normal_cmd + 192
mail_loop + 976
Thus it has something to do with getting typeahead characters.
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