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Re: emacs-21.1 on linux RH7.1 console


From: Gordon Beaton
Subject: Re: emacs-21.1 on linux RH7.1 console
Date: 8 Nov 2001 13:20:37 GMT
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On Thu, 8 Nov 2001 11:59:10 +0200, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> Are the crashes for both types of terminals similar, in the same
> place and with the same string passed to tparm1? If not, please tell
> which crash is for what type of terminal.

The earlier information I posted was for TERM=linux. The ansi crash
looks similar (same message). Here is the backtrace:

  #0  0x402cbdd1 in __kill () from /lib/libc.so.6
  #1  0x80cf6bc in fatal_error_signal (sig=6) at emacs.c:354
  #2  <signal handler called>
  #3  0x402cbdd1 in __kill () from /lib/libc.so.6
  #4  0x80cf6da in abort () at emacs.c:387
  #5  0x815eedd in tparam1 (string=0x8378c2c "\e[3%p1%dm", 
                            outstring=0x83cf600 
"address@hidden;@\002\001b\016\b", 
                            len=0, up=0x0, left=0x0, 
                            argp=0xbfffd8f0) 
      at tparam.c:298
  #6  0x815eb3d in tparam (string=0x8378c2c "\e[3%p1%dm", 
                           outstring=0x0, len=0, arg0=1, 
                           arg1=9, arg2=-1073751696, arg3=-1073750648)
      at tparam.c:105
  #7  0x80965dc in turn_on_face (f=0x8282a00, face_id=10) at term.c:2107
  #8  0x8094c3e in write_glyphs (string=0x403d5a58, len=132) at term.c:1114
  #9  0x80554cd in update_frame_line (f=0x8282a00, vpos=1) at dispnew.c:5472
  #10 0x8054d03 in update_frame_1 (f=0x8282a00, force_p=0, inhibit_id_p=0) 
      at dispnew.c:5137

> Can you tell what does %p1 in "\e[3%p1%dm" mean?

I haven't got a clue! I think it's already been answered elsewhere
though...

However I recommended that he try again after upgrading his termcap
and ncurses packages to those that ship with RH7.2, and after doing so
he says that it no longer crashes, so perhaps the problem was not
emacs fault after all.

/gordon

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