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Re: Segfault with slur over tie 2.18.2

From: Aaron Hill
Subject: Re: Segfault with slur over tie 2.18.2
Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2019 20:25:52 -0700
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On 2019-09-01 7:50 pm, Jason Miller wrote:
On Sun, 01 Sep 2019 16:45:16 -0700, Aaron Hill <address@hidden> wrote:
On 2019-09-01 3:44 pm, Jason Miller wrote:
> See attached example.  This was originally encountered on nixos, but I
> confirmed it also happens on Ubuntu.

Is this a valid case?  The code as attached appears to be malformed:

Sorry, I messed up reducing it, though as posted it segfaults here. I've
attached a syntactically correct one now.

Not able to repro using LilyBin.com (running 2.18.2) or on my local Ubuntu 18.04 (running 2.19.83). But this is not too surprising as the content in the corrected foo.ly looks reasonably straightforward. Whatever gremlin is causing problems seems to be shy or, at the very least, machine-dependent.

For reference, are you using LilyPond from a package or from the installation scripts on the LilyPond website? Next, in the event it's more than just `lilypond foo.ly`, would you please provide the complete command-line you are running? Lastly, what program output do you get with the segfault?

-- Aaron Hill

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