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Re: Crash during save

From: Harry Thijssen
Subject: Re: Crash during save
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2015 11:46:23 +0200

Hi Friedrich

2 1/2 weeks are gone now, so I guess we won't get more info from Robert Gross. So I guess that part of bug can be closed. The strange behavior originally reported by  Alan Mead is still an issue.


2015-06-08 23:06 GMT+02:00 Harry Thijssen <address@hidden>:
Hi Friedrich

In fact there are now 2 bugs described in bug

The 1 originally reported by Alan Mead and the one reported by Robert Gross

The one reported by Alan Mead is reproducible and it should stay open till it is fixed.

The one reported by Robert Gross seems to be only reproducible by Robert. Without further info, it can't be fixed.

I am working on a version with GTK3 which has an option to start psppire in gdb from the MSWindows start menu. The user has clicke it and then type "run" in the command prompt and then the psppire gui starts. When crashing, the commandprompt-window will give more info and it might be possible to do a backtrace.
I still need to write a few lines on how to use gdb.
If Robert Gross is willing to use this feature it might be possible to find out what is going on. If not, it can only be closed.

Have fun

2015-06-08 19:53 GMT+02:00 Friedrich Beckmann <address@hidden>:
Hi Harry,

do you think we should close this bug

because it can not be reproduced? 


Anfang der weitergeleiteten Nachricht:

Von: "Bob Gross - RFG Marketing" <address@hidden>
Betreff: RE: Crash during save
Datum: 8. Juni 2015 16:50:29 MESZ
An: "'Friedrich Beckmann'" <address@hidden>
Antwort an: <address@hidden>

Hello Friedrich,
Interestingly, it I only type in no more than three cells at a time, PSPP does not crash. As mentioned earlier, there is no particular error message, Windows simply says the program is not responding.
I also checked to make sure my version of Windows 7, service pack 1 is completely up-to-date. As near as I can tell, it is.
Thanks for your help,
Robert Gross

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