Ar an triochadú lá de mí na Samhain, scríobh Raymond Toy:
Thanks for looking into this. I've run into a different case,
don't have a repro for it, but it still has to do with the minibuffer.
I think I did a C-x C-f and partially filled in the file name and
pressed tab to complete. Or maybe I pressed C-g twice.
I'm not really sure; you know how it is when you have 30+ years of
motor memory and then xemacs crashes and you aren't really sure what
you were doing. :-)
I just committed a patch which definitely addresses your recipe and should
address the above.
On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 11:52 PM Aidan Kehoe
> Ar an naoú lá is fiche de mí na Samhain, scríobh Raymond Toy:
> > Here's reliable repro case for me.
> > xemacs -vanilla
> > C-x C-f <some random file>
> > C-s to search for something in the file. Find the second occurrence.
> > C-g to quit search
> > C-s M-p to bring up previous search
> > Press backspace to delete everything. Then press backspace one more time.
> > xemacs crashes with the assertion.
> > Hope this helps figure out what's happening. Definitely caused by
> > changes in the last month or so (around the time I reported the
> > gnuclient crash issue.) Sorry I don't know how to fix this myself.
> Excellent, Raymond, should get to fixing that early next week. Thanks!
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