strange ee behaviour
Paul B. Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 09:15:38 UTC 2009
On 7/1/09, Alexander Best <alexbestms at math.uni-muenster.de> wrote:
> oh sorry. i thought this was ee related because there've been some recent
> changes in the ee src. if it's awesome's fault i'll try to replace the
> installed version from ports with a svn snapshot. maybe the problem's been
> fixed already.
This is really ee bug and not awesome fault.
It can be reproduced with any window manager that can resize windows.
> Paul B. Mahol schrieb am 2009-07-01:
>> On 7/1/09, Alexander Best <alexbestms at math.uni-muenster.de> wrote:
>> > i'm running xorg-7.4.2 and x11-wm/awesome on HEAD (r195173). when i
>> > run ee
>> > in
>> > the debugger and open another xterm the debugger says "Program
>> > exited
>> > normally.". so it's not a program crash i guess.
>> > Paul B. Mahol schrieb am 2009-07-01:
>> >> On 6/30/09, Alexander Best <alexbestms at math.uni-muenster.de>
>> >> wrote:
>> >> > hi there,
>> >> > i'm experiencing this strange `ee` behaviour lately. when i open
>> >> > `ee` in an
>> >> > xterm and open another xterm `ee` simply exits. if i try to
>> >> > enter
>> >> > commands
>> >> > which output to sdtout/stderr like `ls` on the xterm window ee
>> >> > was
>> >> > running
>> >> > on
>> >> > the output is a mess.
>> >> > i'm running r195173 (HEAD).
>> >> Can't reproduce. Which X environment do you use?
>> Actually I can, if I resize xterm window, ee will exit.
>> You really should mentioned that you use awesome at first place.
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