Vim: Caught deadly signal BUS (after -current update with new
Karel J. Bosschaart
K.J.Bosschaart at tue.nl
Tue Jul 15 02:07:32 PDT 2003
On Mon, Jul 14, 2003 at 10:46:43PM +0200, Andreas Klemm wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2003 at 10:38:44PM +0200, Thorsten Greiner wrote:
> > > > You can work around this by unsetting SESSION_MANAGER in your
> > > > environment. I have no idea what the root cause is...
> > >
> > > Where can I get rid of this variable ? I see no easy way.
> > > Currently I use gvim as default text editor within KDE
> > > environment ...
> > >
> > > In an xterm or such I could disable it, but how for KDE ??
> > As far as I understand it, this variable is set by the session management of the respective desktop (KDE in your case, GNOME in mine). Maybe you can workaround the problem by using a small shell script which unsets SESSION_MANAGER and than calls gvim?
> Yes I will try to write a wrapper script around gvim.
> This way ...
> mv vim vim.bin
> cat > vim <<- EOF
> unset SESSION_MANAGER
> chmod 555 vim
FWIW, the new behaviour of vim is caused by patch 6.2.015. I added 015
to BADPATCHES in the ports Makefile and reinstalled. gvim works as usual
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