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bug#15575: 24.3.50; New tty menus crash Emacs

From: martin rudalics
Subject: bug#15575: 24.3.50; New tty menus crash Emacs
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2013 20:27:39 +0200

> You can overcome this in one of 2 ways:
>   . start "emacs -Q -nw", then attach the debugger to it with
>     "gdb -p PID", set any breakpoints and type "continue"

This doesn't catch initial crashes.

>   . start the debugger first, then do this:
>     (gdb) set new-console on
>     (gdb) run -Q -nw
> The "set new-console on" command causes a new console to be created by
> GDB before it runs the program attached to that console.

This works fine.  What is the GNU/Linux equivalent of this?  I have
tried some of the tty commands but failed miserably.  (What I want is to
run an emacs -nw session from a graphical Emacs GDB window.)

>> A minor nitpick: When I mouse-open the Tools menu and, with that menu
>> open, mouse-click the Emacs-Lisp menu, the Tools menu is still around.
>> Any simple way to close all open menus when opening a new one?
> This is a known bug for which I have no solution, see the comments in
> menu-bar.el where tty-menu-navigation-map is being constructed.  (The
> menu item you mention is put on the menu bar by a minor mode.)

It works now.

Thanks, martin

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