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Re: Crash on empty HOME var in Windows registry

From: Juanma Barranquero
Subject: Re: Crash on empty HOME var in Windows registry
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 15:05:10 +0200

On 6/18/07, Vincent Liard <vincent.liard@free.fr> wrote:

As for me, I have switched to the solution of using a HOME
environment var, anyway.

Yes, that's what I do. It's better if you have other programs which use HOME.

At first, I get an emacs notification error "A fatal error has
occurred! Select Abort to exit, Retry to debug, Ignore to
continue". But when deciding to ignore, I get a Windows error
indicating that GNU Emacs encountered a problem and ought to stop
(approximately translated from the French error message).

Yes. Emacs calls abort(), so Windows offers you to run a debugger. If
you don't, the program is forcefully finished.

Apart from the opening curly brace which is on the + but not on
the - in the changelog

I don't understand; the patch is fine...


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