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bug#4443: ERC gets freezed, Emacs 23


From: Michael Olson
Subject: bug#4443: ERC gets freezed, Emacs 23
Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 10:16:34 -0700

Please do the following:

 - In Options menu, enable "Enter Debugger on Quit/C-g"
 - Trigger the problem
 - Send the backtrace

Also, please switch to a server buffer, do C-h m, and send us the list
of enabled minor modes from the first and subsequent lines.

On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 9:48 AM, Mario Castelán Castro
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Sure, i start emacs with -Q
> then i use M-x erc and all the default options but nick marioxcc and
> my password (i can't say it of course)
> then ERC connects to freenode server, i type "\whois chanserv" in the
> "freenode" buffer
> i get the following message:
> *** ChanServ is Channel Services (address@hidden)
> *** ChanServ is/was on server irc.freenode.net (http://freenode.net/)
> *** ChanServ is an identified user
> With the mouse i click in "address@hidden", emacs gets freezed and
> i type C-g to restore it
> Another example:
> I type "\whois marioxcc" (or any other user) and then i click it IP, as 
> example
> \whois marioxcc
> *** marioxcc is Mario Castelan Castro (address@hidden)
> *** marioxcc is on channel(s): #venenux #lisp-es #lisp #gnu #emacs-es
> *** marioxcc is/was on server irc.freenode.net (http://freenode.net/)
> *** marioxcc is an identified user
> *** marioxcc is an identified user
> then i click "address@hidden" and emacs gets freezed, i must
> type C-g to restore it.
> The same happens when someone enter the channels and i click it user. as 
> example
> *** Azag (address@hidden) has joined channel #venenux
> And then i click in "address@hidden"
> Thanks in advance
>
> 2009/9/18 Chong Yidong <address@hidden>:
>>> When i click somebody ip (In the form address@hidden), emacs gets
>>> freezed and i must press C-g to restore it.
>>> I think this is a bug, i are using emacs 23.
>>
>> I can't seem to reproduce this.  Could you provide step by step
>> instructions, starting from `emacs -Q'?
>>
>



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