71297Re: Patch 7.3.1182
- Jun 16, 2013Ajit Thakkar wrote:
> I was too quick to say the problems disappeared.Does this change when you manually change the value of 'backupcopy'?
> With 32-bit gvim 7.3.1182 and later, on 64-bit Win 7 SP1, a hang is
> often obtained with the simplest of procedures:
> gvim -u NONE a.txt
> Make any edit
> It happens in many, but not all, of the subdirectories associated with
> my user identity, ie at a level below c:\users\ajit
> For example, there is no such problem in the TEMP directory
> In a different subdirectory, this procedure gave me an
> E293: block was not locked
> Then trying :w again led to a hang.
> The exe was compiled with features=normal using a MinGW version of gcc
> There were no such problems with gvim 7.3.1181 or earlier to which I
> have reverted.
Since you say the problem happens when using ":w" it should.
I actually don't see why a wrong value of 'backupcopy' causes a hang.
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