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core dump after interrupting print
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- Subject: core dump after interrupting print
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jorg-Cyril Hohle)
- Date: Sat, 30 Aug 1997 05:15:13 +0200
I interrupted some longish TRACE output, typed in "(setq
*print-pretty* nil)" (default is T) and "continue" in the debug loop
and had CLISP crash on me, after a short excursion with already
corrupted data (trying to print an extremely long string of a repeated
pattern of garbage) within justify_end_eng(), indent_end() and
I'm sorry I can't remember the exact name of the function that was
interrupted, but it was some printing one (i.e. not GC or eval). I
tried to reproduce this kind of crash by interrupting some random
printing loop but was not successful.
I'm using CLISP-high (1997-04-23). Now it seems to me like the second
crash I have with resuming interrupted output.
Did anybody have a similar experience?