>>>> "TIM" == TIM MORAUSKE <MORAUSKE>
could you please send us (xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org) a C stack backtrace
as recommended below?
You may want to send the information with
depending on the availability and version of the net-utils package.
If you have a recent version of net-utils installed (which I
recommend) it will tell us important facts about your XEmacs
TIM> I just got a new HP C3600 system and installed xemacs 21.1.14
TIM> on it. I also have the Revert buffer problem that you
TIM> replied to Peter Mours on 16 May 2001.
TIM> You asked for more information. What would you like. Here
TIM> is what was outputted to the screen. All I had to do is just
TIM> do a
TIM> I also tried to open a file and choose revert prior to any
TIM> changes and also got a core dump.
TIM> I also had loaded xemacs 21.1.9 on my system and it also core
TIM> dumps when you revert your buffer.
TIM> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
TIM> At the end of this file is the output for the question that
TIM> you asked Peter Mours. "Send in the information obtained by
TIM> M-x describe-installation"
TIM> ################# Screen output for a file that was modified but then
TIM> reverted ############################
TIM> Fatal error (11).
TIM> Your files have been auto-saved.
TIM> Use `M-x recover-session' to recover them.
TIM> If you have access to the PROBLEMS file that came with your
TIM> version of XEmacs, please check to see if your crash is described
TIM> there, as there may be a workaround available.
TIM> Otherwise, please report this bug by running the send-pr
TIM> script included with XEmacs, or selecting `Send Bug Report'
TIM> from the help menu.
TIM> As a last resort send ordinary email to `crashes(a)xemacs.org'.
TIM> *MAKE SURE* to include the information in the command
TIM> M-x describe-installation.
TIM> If at all possible, *please* try to obtain a C stack backtrace;
TIM> it will help us immensely in determining what went wrong.
TIM> To do this, locate the core file that was produced as a result
TIM> of this crash (it's usually called `core' and is located in the
TIM> directory in which you started the editor, or maybe in your home
TIM> directory), and type
TIM> gdb /opt/xemacs/bin/xemacs core
TIM> then type `where' when the debugger prompt comes up.
TIM> (If you don't have GDB on your system, you might have DBX,
TIM> or XDB, or SDB. A similar procedure should work for all of
TIM> these. Ask your system administrator if you need more help.)
TIM> Lisp backtrace follows:
TIM> popup-dialog-box(("Revert buffer from file /home/morauske/tcl_jemBgm.c?
TIM> ["Yes" yes t] ["No" no t] nil ["Cancel" abort
TIM> # bind (echo-keystrokes event)
TIM> # (unwind-protect ...)
TIM> # bind (ssf27888 prompt)
TIM> yes-or-no-p-dialog-box("Revert buffer from file
TIM> /home/morauske/tcl_jemBgm.c? ")
TIM> # bind (prompt)
TIM> yes-or-no-p("Revert buffer from file /home/morauske/tcl_jemBgm.c?
TIM> # bind (file-name auto-save-p opoint preserve-modes noconfirm ignore-auto)
TIM> #<compiled-function (&optional ignore-auto noconfirm preserve-modes)
TIM> "...(261)" [revert-buffer-function ignore-auto noconfirm opoint
TIM> e-p buffer-auto-save-file-name file-readable-p y-or-n-p "Buffer has been
TIM> auto-saved recently. Revert from auto-save file? " auto-save-p
TIM> ame file-name error "Buffer does not seem to be associated with any
TIM> buffer-modified-p nil found revert-without-query rx --dolist-temp--27893 str
TIM> ing-match t yes-or-no-p format "Revert buffer from file %s? "
TIM> before-revert-hook verify-visited-file-modtime buffer-backed-up
TIM> st default-value after-revert-hook local-variable-p local-hook local-hook-p
TIM> global-hook buffer-read-only revert-buffer-insert-file-contents-function f
TIM> ile-exists-p "File %s no longer exists!" unlock-buffer
TIM> after-find-file preserve-modes set-default revert-buffer-internal-hook mak
TIM> e-local-variable kill-local-variable] 7 813690 (list (not
TIM> # (condition-case ... . error)
TIM> # (catch top-level ...)
TIM> Memory fault(coredump)
TIM> ##### M-x ##############
TIM> uname -a: HP-UX quioch B.11.00 A 9000/780 2012209406 two-user license
TIM> XEmacs 21.1.14 "Cuyahoga Valley" configured for
TIM> Where should the build process find the source code?
TIM> What installation prefix should install use? /opt/xemacs
TIM> What operating system and machine description files should XEmacs use?
TIM> `s/hpux11.h' and `m/hp800.h'
TIM> What compiler should XEmacs be built with? /opt/gcc/bin/gcc
TIM> -Wall -Wno-switch
TIM> Should XEmacs use the GNU version of malloc? yes
TIM> Should XEmacs use the relocating allocator for buffers? yes
TIM> What window system should XEmacs use? x11
TIM> Where do we find X Windows header files? /usr/dt/include
TIM> /usr/include/X11R6 /usr/contrib/X11R6/include
TIM> Where do we find X Windows libraries? /usr/dt/lib
TIM> /usr/lib/X11R6 /usr/contrib/X11R6/lib
TIM> Compiling in support for XPM images.
TIM> Compiling in support for PNG image handling.
TIM> Compiling in support for (builtin) GIF image handling.
TIM> Compiling in support for DBM.
TIM> Compiling in support for ToolTalk.
TIM> Compiling in support for proper session-management.
TIM> Using Lucid menubars.
TIM> Using Lucid scrollbars.
TIM> Using Motif dialog boxes.
TIM> Compiling in DLL support.
TIM> movemail will use "dot-locking" for locking mail spool files.