C module problem ...
mintunix at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 15:35:58 EDT 2011
Basically, I am reading a file with fgets or fgetc (tried both) and I am
putting a portion
of the file in an array to use the function buffer_insert_ascstring.
The file size is approximatively 3 Mb. I bind all this to a DEFUN to call
the lisp function interactively to insert some text while in the editor.
I get a ***crash*** and it says that an assertion at
line 3840 of lisp.h is failing; which is /* return value NOT Ascbyte because
in general will have been translated into a foreign language.*/. The file
c code and explanations of it.
Is it possible that characters like double quotes, single quotes and newline
\n character is
not considered ascii text?
P.S. I do not know how to do a bug report or if it is necessary in this case
it is probably a misunderstanding of the Xemacs source on my part. (I have
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 10:52 PM, Jerry James <james at xemacs.org> wrote:
> Hi Steeve,
> On Sun, Jun 19, 2011 at 10:23 PM, Steeve Beaulieu <mintunix at gmail.com>
> > I have a question:
> > when using litteral string->
> > buffer_insert_ascstring (current_buffer, "some message ..."); (No
> > but how do I use a variable for the string like in->
> > buffer_insert_ascstring (current_buffer, somevariable); (Does not work) ?
> > Steeve
> Hmmm, "does not work" could mean lots of different things. Can you
> show us what you are trying to do, and what kind of error or problem
> you are encountering?
> Jerry James
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