Subject: Re: 2 serious bugs in current CVS Abiword.
From: sam th (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 12 2000 - 23:32:12 CDT
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On Tue, 13 Jun 2000, Martin Sevior wrote:
> There are 2 serious bugs in the current Unix CVS of abiword.
> 1. segfault on running "options" dialog on a zoomed document. Pressing
> "OK" or apply wether or not you change anything causes a segfault.
> 2. segfault on choosing "Spelling" to correct a squiggled word. Find a
> squiggled word. Right click it. Choose spelling, then you get
> **** (1) Assert ****
> **** (1) len >= 0 at ap_UnixDialog_Spell.cpp:665 ****
> **** (1) Continue ? (y/n) [y] : y
> **** (2) Assert ****
> **** (2) len >= 0 at ap_UnixDialog_Spell.cpp:675 ****
> **** (2) Continue ? (y/n) [y] : y
> DEBUG: wc2mb: wc 24/24 - mb 22/22
> I'll have a look at these and see if they can be fixed before 0.7.10. If
> there is someone else who wants to jump in please do!
And here I thought I was going to get to play with GDB. But no, I
couldn't reproduce either of these bugs. Not such a bad thing. :-)
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