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bug#26615: Recent Emacs crashes when PC is suspended and using tabbar-ru


From: Angelo Graziosi
Subject: bug#26615: Recent Emacs crashes when PC is suspended and using tabbar-ruler package
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2017 10:43:30 +0200
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Il 23/04/2017 04:36, Eli Zaretskii ha scritto:
From: Angelo Graziosi <address@hidden>
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2017 00:38:22 +0200

My Emacs builds [1] from master, I did in April, crash when PC is
suspended and then waked up.

Can you tell what does "suspended" mean, exactly?  How is your laptop
configured for this -- is this hibernation or sleep?  Does it matter,
or does the problem happen in both cases?

Even if I discovered the crash with the little notebook (2 in 1, transformer book), all my report is based on the results I got with PC, the desktop.

On Win10, when you click on Start and then on the Stop button, you have 3 elements:

Sospendi (Suspend ?)
Arresta il sistema (Stop the system)
Riavvia il sistema (Reboot the system)

Now I am not sure as "Sospendi" is in English. It is some more of "Sleep" because when I click "Sospendi" the led flagging that the PC is "switched on" bilinks and to resume the PC I have to type on keyboard (moving the mouse does nothing). The the scanner is reactivated and I have to relogin. I would say it is an hibernation.

When the PC is sleeping, moving the mouse is enough to wake up it and I don't need to relogin, and it seems that Emacs does not crash...

Thanks,
 Angelo.





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