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bug#15962: 24.3.50; emacs_backtrace.txt

From: Drew Adams
Subject: bug#15962: 24.3.50; emacs_backtrace.txt
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2013 07:59:30 -0800 (PST)

Actually, I just noticed the emacs_backtrace.txt that is attached.
It was created at 19:25 yesterday.

I don't recall another crash since the one I reported below, so
I'm guessing that perhaps I had just looked at the beginning of
the file before and saw that it looked the same.  In fact, this backtrace is 
much longer, even though it starts out the same.
Maybe it will be more useful?

> > > So again, I cannot tell whether the `f5' had anything to do with the
> > > crash, since I clicked and hit `f5' so quickly.  But my guess, offhand,
> > > is that the focus change was enough to provoke the crash.
> > >
> > > And this time I had just used that Emacs 24 frame a couple of minutes
> > > earlier.  IOW, I did something in that frame, then I used Emacs 20
> > > for a bit (maybe a minute), and then I clicked the Emacs 24 frame
> > > and got the crash.
> >
> > OK, thanks.  Can you describe your frame configuration, and tell which
> > one of those frames got clicked on?
> Not helpfully so, I'm afraid. The frame I clicked in and hit `f5' in was
> a thumbnail frame showing an emacs-lisp buffer.  Dunno what other Emacs 24
> frames I had at the time, but there was at least one other (Dired, details
> hidden), and probably they were all thumbnails as well, apart from the
> standalone minibuffer frame (which stretches across the bottom of my
> screen and is typically 2 lines tall).  A thumbnail frame is just a tiny
> frame (shrunk by shrinking the frame font size), with no menu bar or
> tool bar (or minibuffer), but with a scroll bar.
> I doubt that these facts are significant.  I don't recall whether the
> other crashes were similar those respects.  I think at least one of them
> involved clicking in a normal-size frame.  My unfounded guess is still
> that it is just the change of focus that provokes the crash.

Attachment: emacs_backtrace.txt
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