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Re: Fwd: Blocage aléatoire de LilyPond

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Fwd: Blocage aléatoire de LilyPond
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2013 07:36:55 +0200
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Keith OHara <address@hidden> writes:

> mike <at> mikesolomon.org <mike <at> mikesolomon.org> writes:
>> This just hit the French list, which is an old bug already talked about
>>  in 2010:
>> http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/lilypond-devel/2010-11/msg00057.html
>> It may be worth it to add a report.
> The forwarded French email reports random crashes when compiling a
> large file, for which the reporter sees no hope for making a minimal
> example, with the error message showing the program terminating in
> code written by Mike but since removed by him.
> I see no hope for finding the problem, if it still exists in the
> current version, from this information.
> The linked email describes what seems to be a quite different problem.

Mike did not bother explaining his deductions, but it would appear to me
his claim would be that both are the same problem, but in 2.16.1 it
blows up in a different place (temporary code from Mike) rather than the
previous place.  So the problematic file would, when debugged by Mike,
still throw errors in current LilyPond, just completely different errors
from what the original poster reported for 2.16.1.

So the 2010 problem is still around, it is just that the error
tracebacks moved to Mike's code in 2.16 and have now moved on or back.

David Kastrup

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