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bug#20705: Acknowledgement (Emacs segfaults when typing "(yas-expand" af
bug#20705: Acknowledgement (Emacs segfaults when typing "(yas-expand" after M-: in yas-minor-mode)
Tue, 02 Jun 2015 18:21:42 +0300
> Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2015 02:17:15 -0700
> From: Clément Pit--Claudel
> CC: address@hidden
> > Is the complex command line you show in your report still needed?
> Not anymore. I've reduced it further (it turns out that it's sufficient to
> just load the right file from yasnippet to trigger the bug, so given the
> attached file the following recipe does the trick):
> 1. emacs -Q -l segfault.el
> 2. Type "(yas-expand"
> This reliably crash emacs on my machine.
I cannot reproduce the crash on mine. How recent are your sources?
(I don't see this information in your original report.) I tried the
current master, and it didn't crash.
Also, can you try configuring without optimizations and with the
--enable-checking='yes,glyphs' option to configure?
> I tried reducing the attached file (it's large!) and for that I started by
> removing all comments and strings. Interestingly this caused Emacs to stop
> crashing, giving the following message instead:
> eldoc error: (cyclic-function-indirection yas-expand)
> Maybe someone can make sense out of that? It seems to come from
> Which matches part of the backtrace:
Which part of the backtrace matches that?