Ar an ceathrú lá déag de mí Iúil, scríobh Sergey Grishkevich:
This is probably the most funny bug report you ever read but in any
... The problem is the following! When I scroll in XEmacs with mouse
wheel in one direction up or down nothing bad happen! But if I do it
fast "enough" but quickly changing up and down direction X-server is
frozen! I have to reboot or kill the X-server via login on my machine
from another machine in local net!
Machine is fast and it is enough to say that co-memory is 1Gb and
processor is P4 2.4GHz! Problem occurred under SuSe 8.2, 9.3, 10.1 and
with XEmacs 21.4 and 21.5 (distributives are in standard set-up of
mentioned SuSe versions)!
We haven’t seen that bug before, to my knowledge; does it go away if you
specify another font for XEmacs? (That’s the main X-Server specific problem
I’ve seen.) By definition, anything XEmacs does that causes the X server to
crash is a bug in the X server. It would probably help most if you could get
a backgrace from the X server, to see what X protocol request caused the
request, and to see if we can avoid it; you could also send the backtrace to
the SuSE people responsible for the X server.
Santa Maradona, priez pour moi!