Re: Resizing the window with very long lines of text.
- Soon-Ping Phang wrote:
> > > I'm trying to determine whether I should submit a bugThis sounds like the same problem as what happens with a 5000 character
> > > report for a problem I encountered or if one was
> > > already submitted.
> > >
> > > Basically, I'm finding that if I paste a long line of
> > > text (4650+ characters) into an 80x25 Vim window (v7.0
> > > on WinXP), and then, while leaving the cursor at the
> > > end of the line, maximize the window, Vim crashes.
> > >
> > > Has anyone encountered this before?
> > I don't think this was reported before. Please
> > describe the environment
> > in which this happens. Preferably without any
> > personal settings, start
> > Vim with "-u NONE".
> I'm running Windows XP Pro v2002 SP2 on a Pentium 4
> 3.2GHz with 1GB RAM.
> I'm not sure exactly what other environment info you
> need. I've attached bugreport.txt generated from gvim
> -u NONE, along with a screendump of the windows error
> detail. Tried WinDbg, but couldn't get it to load the
> .pdb, so I just did a dump anyway and attached that
> (but I guess it won't be much help).
> I've also found that if I insert 50000 chars, it
> doesn't crash, although the cursor jumps past EOF.
> Hope any of this helps...
long line and then resizing the Vim window. I'll send out a patch for
that soon, please try it. If it doesn't fix your problem, report it
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