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Re: [Pan-users] An article that crashes pan-0.14.0

From: Duncan
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] An article that crashes pan-0.14.0
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 05:12:46 -0700
User-agent: KMail/1.5.2

On Sun 13 Jul 2003 16:09, Himanshu J. Gohel posted as excerpted below:
> This one article seems to consistently crash Pan 0.14.0 (on SGI IRIX
> 6.5.20m) whenever I click on it.  Unfortunately the poster seem to be
> using the "X-no-archive: yes" option, so I can't give a google reference
> to it and I can't get Pan to display it so I don't have a Message-ID, but
> here are the rest of the details:
> Server:
> Group : microsoft.public.streets-trips
> Article author: R.S. [Bob] Heuman
> Article title: Photo against Streets and Trips map of SAME border area
> Posting date: July 12, 2003
> Can anyone else reproduce the crash?  I tried "pan -debug" but that didn't
> output any message at all when crashing.

FWIW, in a case such as this, you can generally mine the cache for the message 
in question.  It should be under ~/.pan/data/ whatever.  Perhaps the easiest 
way to find it from there would be to do a file search on content.

..  Just loaded the group and message into the latest beta, 0.14.90, and it 
doesn't crash here (Linux 2.4.21 kernel, KDE 3.1.2, Mandrake 9.2 
Cooker last updated about a week ago, as my mirror is having problems).  
Thus, the problem seems to be fixed.  If anyone is interested, here are the 
rest of the headers as received here..

Date:               Sun, 13 Jul 2003 03:06:15 GMT
From:               "R.S. [Bob] Heuman" <address@hidden>
Lines:              3203
Message-ID:         <address@hidden>
NNTP-Posting-Date:  Sat, 12 Jul 2003 23:06:15 EDT
Newsgroups:         microsoft.public.streets-trips
Organization:       Toronto, ON, Canada
Path:      !!!!!!newsfeeds-atl2!!!!not-for-mail
Reply-To:           address@hidden
Subject:            Photo against Streets and Trips map of SAME border area
X-Complaints-To:    address@hidden
X-Newsreader:       Forte Agent 1.93/32.576 English (American)
X-No-Archive:       yes
X-Received-Date:    Sat, 12 Jul 2003 23:06:16 EDT (
X-Trace:   1058065575 (Sat, 12 Jul 2003 23:06:15 EDT)
Xref:      microsoft.public.streets-trips:86126
MIME-Version:       1.0
Content-Type:       multipart/mixed

Duncan - List replies preferred.
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