>>>>> "Hamish" == Hamish Moffatt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Hamish> On Sun, Dec 26, 1999 at 05:36:16AM -0800, Karl M. Hegbloom
>> POSIX.pm is broken) with EDITOR set to `xg', my script that
>> runs XEmacs if there's no gnuserv, or gnuclient if there is a
>> gnuserv... I clicked the [Done] button, clicked [Yes] on the
>> dialog box, and XEmacs crashed, with the following to
>> say... (luckily, I just happened to be running it under gdb
>> inside a screen.) Also attached is the Installation file.
Hamish> As a vi user, I just had to laugh at the above. Sorry. :-)
Hamish> But the client/server editor thing, plus the fact you
Hamish> happened to be running your whole editor inside gdb at the
Hamish> time it crashed, is pretty funny.
Don't knock until you've tried it. With `gnuclient', you can open a
file for editting from anything that uses $EDITOR, and it opens in
the _same_ editor session you already have open, rather than a fresh
one. This has MANY advantages, aside from quick response time. You
can switch buffers, cut and paste between them, run a `M-x shell' and
paste from that, etc.
I was running in `gdb' to catch a crash in XEmacs-21.2-b24, the
development version. How else could I report the location of the
xemacs -f viper -f gnuserv-start &
- From: "Karl M. Hegbloom" <email@example.com>
- Re: [crash]
- From: Hamish Moffatt <firstname.lastname@example.org>