Adrian Aichner <adrian(a)xemacs.org> writes:
And apologies again - this is not an attempt of stealing Adrian's
identity but some apparently uncontrolled interaction between finger and
To make it clear - the previous post was *not* from Adrian, but from
Oli'How did *that* happen?'ver
Mike FABIAN <mfabian(a)suse.de> writes:
First of all, apologies for replying inside this thread instead of
creating a new one, but it seems to be the easiest way, as the parents
of this article really matter.
Here is why: My xemacs
XEmacs 21.4 (patch 17) "Jumbo Shrimp" [Lucid] (i686-pc-cygwin, Mule)
of Tue May 3 2005 on w2kcikoas
running gnus "Gnus v5.10.7" crashes upon reading Mikes's article. The
reason is the ESCaped string "ESC$B$5$s$O=q$-$^$7$?ESC(B:" in the
attribution line and after the signature that Mike seems to have
I emphasize "seems", as I have no way of finding out if something in
my chain of POPping puts that in. It is unlikely, because it only
seems to affect Mike's posting, but you never know.
So I have three questions:
1) Is the escaped string for real and if so, what does it mean (looks
like some command to a terminal driver)
2) How can I prevent XEmacs to display it and keep running?
3) As I consider this a bug - how can I fix it?
> Adrian Aichner <adrian(a)xemacs.org>
>> Mike FABIAN <mfabian(a)suse.de> writes:
>>> Fabrice Popineau <Fabrice.Popineau(a)supelec.fr> ~~~~~~~~:
This particular version of the string causes no problem - but then, it
is not exactly like the above version. I guess that answers the
question if it is for real - it seems that way.
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