Subject: RE: Repeatable crash sequence...
From: Bruce Pearson (BruceP@wn.com.au)
Date: Mon Sep 11 2000 - 22:44:10 CDT
I should be able to fix this problem in a straight forward manner.
Once the tree is open again I will commit a fix.
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> Subject: Re: Repeatable crash sequence...
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> On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, sam th wrote:
> > On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, sam th wrote:
> > > The basic problem is that the m_pDoc member of
> m_pPendingWordForSpell gets
> > > trashed. No luck on finding the location of this yet.
> > >
> It would appear that this member (m_pPendingWordForSpell->m_pDoc) does not
> get changed during the undo's. This suggests to me that
> 1) gdb is lying
> 2) the pointer now references stale info, and should have been updated (in
> some ideal sense)
> If the answer is 2, then we are in a difficult situation (AFAICT). We
> need for undo to be informing lots of people that it is wrecking their
> pointers, and that they need to fix them. The real problem is not just in
> spell checking, but in everything else that will eventually develop this
> sam th
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