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Re: Lily crash

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Lily crash
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2006 12:00:14 -0700
User-agent: Thunderbird (Macintosh/20060719)

Sorry, I didn't notice that; I went through 30 bugs before that, so I wasn't paying attention. Added as

Mats Bengtsson wrote:
Graham, are you sure that you uncommented the line causing the SIGSEGV
before trying the example? I do get a SIGSEGV with the latest CVS version.


Steven Weber wrote:
I've tested it on multiple computers, and have the same error on all of
them.  Sorry about the acronym, I test software for a living, so I forget
that not everyone else uses our lingo.  AV = Access Violation (basically,
lily tried to use memory that it didn't have permission to access). As long as it works in the new version, I'm happy with not reporting it (especially
since the easy work around is just to reverse the symbols).


-----Original Message-----
From: Graham Percival [mailto:address@hidden Sent: Monday, September 18, 2006 7:08 PM
To: Panteck
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Lily crash

Thanks for the report! I'm surprised that lilypond has any problems with an easy score like this... what does "AV's" mean? Could your system have another issue?

I didn't have any problems with 2.9.18, and we should be releasing a new 2.10 release fairly soon, so I don't think it's prudent to add this to the bug database (it would distract developers from finishing 2.10).

- Graham

Panteck wrote:
Windows XP, Lilypond 2.8.6

\version "2.8.6"

\new Staff
 \clef bass
 \time 4/4

 % This line works as expected
 c4 -- -> ( d -- -> ) e -- -> ( f -- -> ) |

 % This line AV's with a bad memory reference error
 %c4 -> -- ( d -> -- ) e -> -- ( f -> -- ) |

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