On Tue, Mar 25, 2003 at 03:56:36PM +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>>>>> "Eric" == Eric Blossom
Eric> Any suggestions would be welcome! I'm using the XEmacs
Eric> build that comes with Mandrake 9.0
There's not much we can say, since your binary has been stripped of
all symbols except those absolutely required for linking.
Yeah, I noticed.
You also should probably use M-x report-emacs-bug to report the
crash. Probably it makes no difference, but there is some extra
information provided in the preformatted bug report that occasionally
helps track problems down.
Since you have no Lisp backtrace, there's no way to even guess what
XEmacs was doing at the time of the crash. The most likely candidate
is some kind of memory corruption, possibly related to garbage
Some bugs in that area have been fixed in recent releases; you might
try updating. You can also build your own, which is easy as long as
you have the needed development packages available. This also has the
advantage that you can leave the debugging symbols in the binary.
(It's about 1MB, not a big deal for one app that takes up 50MB or so
for a full install.)