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Re: Segfault in Emacs 23 with multi-tty

From: Dan Nicolaescu
Subject: Re: Segfault in Emacs 23 with multi-tty
Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2007 10:16:33 -0800

"Daniel Hackney" <dan@haxney.org> writes:

  > While testing the new multi-tty feature, I came across a segfault. I 
started up
  > an instance of emacs-snapshot in a terminal with the following command:
  >  $ emacs-snapshot -q -nw --eval "(setq server-name \"editor\")" -f 
  > I then opened a second terminal and ran:
  >  $ emacsclient -s editor -e '(ignore)'
  > The -e '(ignore)' is a no-op to give me a fresh frame. The second command 
  > up a GTK frame connected to the first frame and both work just fine. The 
  > comes when I try to kill the GTK frame. First, if I use
  > "save-buffers-kill-terminal", it kills the server in the terminal, which is 
  > what I want. "delete-frame" seemed to be the best choice. Unfortunately, 
when I
  > run "delete-frame" from the GTK frame, not only does the GTK frame close, 
  > the terminal frame (which is also the server) dies with a segfault:
  >   Fatal error (11)Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Thank you for your bug report.

This works fine for me for emacs checked today from the CVS branch
emacs-unicode-2 (i.e. what you call Emacs 23).

Please try a more up to date version and report again here if you have
any problems.

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