Eric Blossom <eb(a)comsec.com> writes:
On Tue, Mar 25, 2003 at 03:56:36PM +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> >>>>> "Eric" == Eric Blossom <eb(a)comsec.com> writes:
> 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.)
I bet that if you configure --pdump your problem will go away.
Upgrading would have the same effect, because in later builds --pdump
is the default for linux, IIRC.
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