RE: Backtrace, GMC chokes on long filenames
- From: "Richard Hult" <rhult hem2 passagen se>
- To: "Miguel de Icaza" <miguel nuclecu unam mx>
- Cc: <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: RE: Backtrace, GMC chokes on long filenames
- Date: Wed, 20 Jan 1999 10:33:45 +0100
> > I have found one bug though. It doesn't handle long filenames very
> > well. Try creating one with the name:
> > files_with_really_long_and_weird_names_make_gmc_choke
> This works just fine on my machine.
> Can you upgrade yoru gnome-libs to the latest version from CVS?
I upgraded now, recompiled gnome-libs and gmc. Still the same problem. But I
had to click around a bit before it happened.
Is there a chance that it could be a bug in glibc? I'm using the glibc from
rawhide (for the rawhide egcs-package). I tried to comment out a free() that
caused the segfault, and then I got a segfault in the pop and push to the
appbar, but it was still in malloc.c. When commenting the pop and push out,
I got a new segfault, still in malloc.c.
Well, I'll wait a few days and upgrade glib, gtk, gnome-libs and gmc. If
it's still there, I'll let you know.
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