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Re: two ddd sessions

From: Andreas Zeller
Subject: Re: two ddd sessions
Date: 26 Apr 2001 17:29:33 +0200
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"Simon J. Yoon" <address@hidden> writes:

> Running 2 instances of DDD works only if I'm not running saved sessions
> of DDD.  For example, running 2 DDD sessions by the commands "ddd"
> followed by another "ddd" is okay. But the following does not work:
> > ddd --session foo1
> > ddd --session foo2
> , if foo1 and foo2 already exist in my ~/.ddd/sessions.  
> [...] Now, when I try to run
> the second ddd session, I get the following message:
> ---------------------<<< error message starts here
> Internal error (Segmentation fault).
> Oops!  You have found a bug in DDD.
> -------------------------<<<< error message ends here

Hmmm - I just tried this out as described, but everything worked fine.

Do you have a `~/.ddd/log' file that illustrates the problem?  (The
`~/.ddd/log' file normally includes a backtrace of the function stack.)


Andreas Zeller     Universitaet Passau

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