[Bug: 21.5-b23] 2.5.23 core with replace-regexp in X
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Fri Nov 4 00:07:23 EST 2005
>>>>> "Clay" == Clay Haapala <clay_haapala at symantec.com> writes:
Clay> XEmacs does abort, but only in X. I agree that X server
Clay> crashing is not an XEmacs problem, but the abort may be
Clay> something to be looked-at.
It is; the abort message indicates that it's something we know how to
handle if we write the program correctly.
Clay> In the past year, I've used 21.5.18-23, and have regularly
Clay> done this <cr> removal from files, but only have seen this
Clay> recently. Hmm. "Recently" for me means I used GCC 4 to
Clay> compile XEmacs, so that, too, may be something to consider.
Clay> (The libraries and the rest of the system is also compiled
Clay> with GCC 4, with Mandrake 2006, come to think of it.)
Mandrake does a fair amount of fiddling with their packages, and they
don't consult upstream. Nevertheless, XEmacs should be able to handle
loss of the X server more gracefully.
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