crash recipe for htmlText?

xbury.cs at clearstream.com xbury.cs at clearstream.com
Tue Jan 11 02:14:30 EST 2005


Some incompletely loaded images used to create crashes. But haven't seen 
it since 2.5.

Other than that, and with extensive testing using the DiscreteBrowser I 
haven't had a problem with anything.

Care to send me the html to test it here?

Xavier

On 10.01.2005 22:58:57 use-revolution-bounces wrote:
>I'm getting some intermittent hard crashes after setting the htmlText of
>a field.  Trying to pin this down, I have a script that repeated
>performs the same parsing, formatting, and htmlText setting over and
>over, and sometimes all of it works well, sometimes it displays garbage
>and crashes, and sometimes it displas garbage and doesn't crash.
>
>To help pin this down further I have it writing a log of the data I'm
>setting the field's htmlText to, so that hopefully when it crashes I can
>see if it's due to badly-formed HTML.
>
>Oddly enough, I've only had once instance in which bad-looking data
>would up in the log.  In all other cases it writes well to the log, even
>if I see garbage in the field on screen.
>
>Do any of you folks know of specific issues in which setting or getting
>htmlText will cause a crash?  I couldn't find anything related to this
>in Bugzilla....


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