What does RR do when it encounters an error?

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed Apr 16 13:00:01 CDT 2003


Victor Eijkhout wrote:

> Mac OS X 10.2.5, RR 2b5.
> 
> My application runs into an error, I think "I'll do something else
> for a while". Then I notice that RR is eating half of my cpu
> capacity. Why on earth? It's supposed to be stopped for an error.
> 
> Oh, in general I like v2, but I'm getting lots of errors on
> internals. Haven't had that in a while. They're caused by errors of
> mine undoubtedly, but still: when I program in C I don't expect a
> syntax error to crash the compiler.

Bug reports usually go to the Improve Rev list, and can be addressed if they
include a recipe to reproduce the error.

Without a recipe, it may not be possible to indentify the source of the
problem from just a very general description.
 
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