Re: vim crash + possible bug fix
- Seems to work over here. At least it didn't show up anymore whenI tried to reproduce it. :)Kind regards,raichoo--
On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 2:02 PM, Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> wrote:Thanks. However, it's known that tp_firstwin is invalid for the current
> I'm experiencing a reproducible crash in vim when using nerdtree.
> I start vim, open a file with nerdtree, hide the tree with nerdtreetoggle and
> open a split window. This leads to either an infinite loop or a crash in this
> portion of window.c:4080
> for (wp = tp->tp_firstwin; wp != NULL; wp = wp->w_next)
> if (wp == win)
> return tp;
> vim still uses the nerdtree window as the firstwin even though it has been
> removed. I'm currently using this workaround:
tab page. Instead of trying to make it valid, the loop you quote above
should be changed. I'll make a patch for that, please verify it solves
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