firebird and xemacs locking up/crashing "in pairs"???
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Thu Nov 27 17:03:03 PST 2003
On Thu, 2003-11-27 at 19:21, Palle Girgensohn wrote:
> Well, shutting off type-ahead-search (the single best feature of firebird,
> btw) does not really help. I cannot reproduce the core dump as before, but
> firebird and xemacs still lock up in pairs. Just had this experience, and
> firebird would work even though I killed all its processes and restarted
> the application! Firebird shoed up, but never tried accessing any URLs.
> Started mozilla instead, worked fine... Then I realized that xemacs was
> hung, killed it and bingo, firebird works again. Is this also a known
Not known to me. Doesn't seem like the two could be linked. AFAIK,
they use different GUI toolkits. Sine I'm a vim user, I doubt I'll be
able to do any deep investigation of this. Without more details, I'm
not sure what to tell you.
> --On måndag, november 17, 2003 12.01.13 -0500 Joe Marcus Clarke
> <marcus at marcuscom.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, 2003-11-17 at 04:10, Palle Girgensohn wrote:
> >> Hi!
> >> We have a strange problem, probably related to gtk20, but I'm not sure.
> >> The small problem is that Firebird locks up, and does not accept
> >> keyboard input. This can be fixed by minimizing and unminimizing the
> >> firebird window.
> >> The more odd thing happens that sometimes, during these locks, xemacs
> >> stops working and locks up, and its window becomes blank. Sometimes,
> >> waiting a while fixes the problem, sometimes not, and kill -9 is the
> >> only thing that helps. Note that this always happen when firebird locks
> >> up, and never at any other occasion, so they definitely seem coupled,
> >> somehow.
> >> The enclosed stack trace indicates an infinite recursion. Any ideas?
> > Known issue. Go to Tools->Options->Advanced, and disable Find as You
> > Type.
> > Joe
> >> /Palle
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