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Re: [bug-gettext] xgettext segmentation fault javascript

From: Andreas Stricker
Subject: Re: [bug-gettext] xgettext segmentation fault javascript
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 17:41:45 +0200
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Johan Liljegren wrote:
> I get seg faults when running xgettext on javascript files.
> I've narrowed it down to ngettext and custom keywords.
> Since we use keybased translations (monolingual) instead of english we've
> specified
> --keyword=ngettext:1,1
> This works, but only once per key, if I have more than one file with an
> ngettext call to the same key the seg fault appears with the following
> error:
> To reproduce the error create two files, 'one.js' and 'two.js' with the
> following content in both files (one line):
> ngettext('common.product.ucfirst', 1);
> But if you run
> xgettext --keyword=ngettext:1,1 -o - one.js two.js
> I get a seg fault.

I can reproduce this with Debian testing default xgettext. But it
doesn't look Javascript specific. e.g. if I create two identical
files 1.c and 2.c with the content:

int a() { ngettext("bla", 1); }

And call it like this:

xgettext --keyword=ngettext:1,1 -o - 1.c 2.c

*** Error in `xgettext': double free or corruption (fasttop):
0x0000000001428470 ***

I'm not sure if this keyword argument is valid, but at least
it should not die like this.

Regards, Andy

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