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bug#10159: 24.0.91; Segfault with auto-complete package [SEC=UNCLASSIFIE


From: Alex Murray
Subject: bug#10159: 24.0.91; Segfault with auto-complete package [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2012 15:12:01 +1030
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UNCLASSIFIED

On 06/12/11 17:01, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
>> Date: Tue, 06 Dec 2011 16:17:40 +1030
>> From: Alex Murray<address@hidden>
>> Cc: address@hidden
>>
>> Okay have managed to reproduce the crash without any optimizations and
>> am including the first few stack frames in line - see attached for the
>> entire gdb backtrace full output
>>
>> #0  0x0000000000687832 in composition_compute_stop_pos
>> (cmp_it=0x7fffffff9018,
>>       charpos=74, bytepos=86, endpos=100, string=44875745) at
>> composite.c:1073
>>           elt = 44875745
>>           ridx = 0
>>           start = 0
>>           end = 21769088
>>           c = 11542528
>>           prop = 12818946
>>           val = 390
>>           MAX_NEWLINE_DISTANCE = 500
>
> Very strange.  `string' seems to be a Lisp string (because this was
> called from next_element_from_string), which is consistent with
> `start' being zero.  But why does `c' have such a preposterous value,
> and why is `elt' identical to `string'?  In any case, the immediate
> cause of the crash is probably the bogus value of `val'.
>
> Please show the other important info:
>
>   . What does "M-x emacs-version RET" display?  This is important to
>     correlate the line numbers in the backtrace with source files in
>     the Emacs repository.
>
>   . What did GDB display when Emacs crashed?  That would be the text
>     just before you typed the "bt full" command, the most important
>     information there is the fatal signal that caused the crash.
>
> In addition, can you please show the output of the following GDB
> commands?  (You will need to type "source /path/to/.gdbinit" command
> before these, as some of these commands are defined in src/.gdbinit in
> the Emacs tree.  If you don't have that file in the snapshot
> distribution you downloaded, you can find it here:
>
>     http://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/lh/emacs/trunk/annotate/head:/src/.gdbinit
>
> There's a "download" link on that page to download the file.)
>
> Here are the GDB commands to use:
>
>   (gdb) p string
>   (gdb) xtype
>
> If the last command says `string' is a Lisp_String object, please type
> yet another command immediately after "xtype":
>
>   (gdb) xstring
>
> Thanks.

Okay I finally caught another crash - see below for answers to your
questions Eli:

emacs-version:

GNU Emacs 24.0.92.1 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.2.0) of
2012-01-19 on charichuelo, modified by Debian

GDB Output:

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x00000000005d3059 in composition_compute_stop_pos
(cmp_it=0x7fffffff6b08, charpos=66, bytepos=70, endpos=<optimised out>,
string=37140672) at composite.c:1073
1073                      elt = XCAR (val);
(gdb) p string
$1 = 37140672
(gdb) xtype
Lisp_Int0
(gdb) xstring
$2 = (struct Lisp_String *) 0x236b8c0
' ' <repeats 63 times>

Hope this helps??

Cheers
Alex


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