On Fri, 02 May 2008 02:10:00 +0900, Stephen wrote:
Adam Sjøgren writes:
> When I try to read the article that I am following up on:
> XEmacs/Gnus hangs - the display becomes unresponsive. C-g does nothing.
We'll do what we can, but your backtrace is pretty well useless
your XEmacs has no debugging symbols, and ends in the memory
management routines, which may or may not be responsible for the
Okay, I hoped the font-related calls that were in there could be of use.
Will anyone be able to try and reproduce the problem, or is my usage
weird enough that noone easily can?
If you built it yourself, you can help us a lot by rebuilding it
debugging enabled; this makes the xemacs binary quite a bit larger on
disk but does not affect size or speed at runtime. If it's a distro-
supplied binary, all is not lost. Most distros now provide -debug
versions of their packages, which include either debug builds or
symbol tables that can be used to produce much more useful backtraces.
I am running Debian unstable/powerpc. Let me check if there are any
packages with names looking like debug.
No, not really
But I can try and build my own .deb-package with debug turned on. I will
do that and return with better information; I hope.
Thanks & best regards,
"Your problem is you've got no common sense." Adam Sjøgren
"I've got PLENTY of common sense! asjo(a)koldfront.dk
I just choose to ignore it."
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