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[bug #24526] Crash on x86_64 when a program is started with argument tha

From: Yavor Doganov
Subject: [bug #24526] Crash on x86_64 when a program is started with argument that is invalid property list
Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 19:23:14 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #7, bug #24526 (project gnustep):

> but then a gdb backtrace of something different, not of the core > image

Correct, but in fact it is a crash while executing this preciese command from
the make recipe.  I can ask him to run gdb on the core, if it helps.  It has
nothing to do with Lisp stuff -- '(setq make-backup-files nil)' (or whatever)
is evaulated as property list which is an invalid array.  It seems to me that
-[NSUserDefaults __createArgumentDictionary] has a handler for this case, but
for some reason it doesn't work.

> so it's not clear whether they demonstrate any bug at all.

I guess you're right, but one thing is clear: both bootstrap-emacs and the
test program don't crash on x86, so there should be a bug somewhere.


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