Re: Crash in 'readfile( )'
- At 3:09 pm -0400 25/9/02, Benji Fisher wrote:
>ewitness - Ben Fowler wrote:I compiled it myself. I had added the 'Saveas fix' patch. I will do
> > Normally, I can drop files in this way; and after re-starting Vim,
>> I could do it with this one.
> The worst kind of bug: an intermittent one. :-(
> Since you are using OSX 10.2 (my copy arrived today) and it does not always
>crash, I guess you are using a version of Vim compiled for 10.2. Did you
>compile it yourself or was it the version I posted (compiled by Thomas Koch)?
>Have you made any changes to gui_mac.c near the indicated lines? Muraoka Taro's
>patches (or my versions of these, encoding.diff) make changes around Line 1993,
a CVS update and check the diff.
I can't guarantee to do so promptly, as we are moving offices that the
> > So far as I can tell, vim does contain assertion statements, soDebugging Vim from the PB does not go smoothly as Vim spots that's
>> is there any way of wrapping this section of code with something
>> that reports if these pointers are null when they shouldn't be?
> I cannot help there. Anyone else?
output is not going to a terminal.
Perhaps I can do something creative with gdb.
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