>>>> "Mike" == Mike Gunter
Mike> Instances of XEmacs tend to crash when used from different
Mike> machines. The crashes seem to come when XEmacs is trying to
Mike> pop up a buffer that lived on the other machine (usually
Mike> when running compile or in the comint-derived hugs-mode.)
Mike> This time I have the C back-trace but not the Lisp. Next
Mike> time, I'll try to capture both.
With a stripped executable, the Lisp backtrace is essential. We can
review `other-window' and `get-buffer-window' in hopes of finding
something odd, but that's hit and miss. Even with the Lisp backtrace
it's a lot of guesswork.
Mike> Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help.
We really need to reproduce this in an XEmacs built with debugging
symbols. Either a better recipe or if you could reproduce it in a
Whatever you have time for, of course, but that's what would help most
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