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With really long lines (which wrap), DDD loses track of actual li


From: J.H.M. Dassen (Ray)
Subject: With really long lines (which wrap), DDD loses track of actual li
Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2002 14:21:16 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.27i

The following was reported through the Debian bug-tracking system. Please
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From: Anthony DeRobertis <address@hidden>
To: Debian Bug Tracking System <address@hidden>
Subject: ddd: With really long lines (which wrap), DDD loses track of actual li
ne numbers
Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2001 12:02:15 -0500

Package: ddd
Version: 1:3.3.1-8
Severity: normal

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I have a line which is really long in my source (must be several hundred
characters), and because of this DDD is displaying the breakpoint
stopsigns on the wrong line, the current line arrow on the wrong line,
etc.

- -- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux bohr 2.4.16 #2 SMP Wed Nov 28 05:25:00 EST 2001 i686
Locale: LANG=en_US, LC_CTYPE=en_US

Versions of packages ddd depends on:
ii  lesstif1               1:0.93.12-4       OSF/Motif implementation released
ii  libc6                  2.2.4-5           GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  libncurses5            5.2.20010318-3    Shared libraries for terminal hand
ii  libreadline4           4.2a-2            GNU readline and history libraries
ii  libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2 1:2.95.4-0.011006 The GNU stdc++ library
ii  libxaw7                4.1.0-9           X Athena widget set library
ii  xlibs                  4.1.0-9           X Window System client libraries

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