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RE: crash in emacs-21.1

From: Sadinoff, Daniel
Subject: RE: crash in emacs-21.1
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 09:44:09 -0400

nope.  here's the *Messages* buffer:
(/opt/emacs-21.1/bin/emacs -q --no-site-file Test.java)
Loading tool-bar...done
Loading image...done
Loading tooltip...done
Loading cc-mode...done

...meanwhile, I re-ran the core and stopped getting the gdb mismatch
messages (probably had a previous recompile lying around).  

Also, I sourced .gdbinit and did an xbacktrace, which yeilded:

(gdb) frame 3
#3  0x16c774 in Fbyte_code (bytestr=-268445360, vector=19, maxdepth=9)
    at /home/sadind/src/emacs-21.1/src/bytecode.c:494
494           op = FETCH;
(gdb) locals
Undefined command: "locals".  Try "help".
(gdb) info locals
count = 6
op = 190
vectorp = (int *) 0x53f008
bytestr_length = 11
stack = {pc = 0x10b <Address 0x10b out of bounds>, top = 0x0, 
  bottom = 0xefffd928, byte_string = 810803668, 
  byte_string_start = 0x54700c "\212\214Ay\210`\031Â\eÄ
\211\035\036\006\016\aE=\205\037", constants = 1079242752, next =
top = (int *) 0xefffd950
result = -268445360

(gdb) source ~/src/emacs-21.1/src/.gdbinit 
Warning: /home/sadind/tmp/../lwlib: No such file or directory.
DISPLAY = fwtrml079.ny.eq.gs.com:0
TERM = dumb
Breakpoint 1 at 0xd7d2c: file /home/sadind/src/emacs-21.1/src/emacs.c, line
Breakpoint 2 at 0xbbadc: file /home/sadind/src/emacs-21.1/src/xterm.c, line
(gdb) xbacktrace
0x4ff53c "c-guess-basic-syntax"
0x4ffd9c "c-indent-line"
0x507398 "c-indent-command"
0x1d1ba4 "call-interactively"

... is there anything else clever that I should be doing in GDB to help?

-----Original Message-----
From: Eli Zaretskii [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 4:51 AM
To: Sadinoff, Daniel
Cc: Pavel Janík; address@hidden
Subject: Re: crash in emacs-21.1

On Wed, 24 Oct 2001, Pavel =?iso-8859-2?q?Jan=EDk?= wrote:

>    >     $ emacs-21.1 --no-site-file -q TheTest.java
>    > after it's loaded. hit the <TAB> key. then it crashes.
>    > 
>    > contents of TheTest.java::
>    > 
>    > 
>    > public class TheTest.java
>    > {
>    > 
>    > }
> it does not for me.

Daniel, could it be that some Java-related mode package is lurking
somewhere along your load-path, and that package is compiled with a
different version of Emacs?  Could you please look into the *Messages*
buffer (_before_ you hit the TAB which causes the crash, but _after_
you visit TheTest.java), and show us what do you have there?

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