Revlets make Safari to crash on Mac OS X 10.6.4!?

Richard Gaskin ambassador at
Mon Oct 4 10:38:02 EDT 2010

Medard wrote:

> At least on my machine...
> I upgraded from Mac OS X 10.6.2 to 10.6.4 at the end of June;
> I don't remember if I acceded the installed revlets on my web page after
> that date -- maybe NOT, if I refer to the visitors IP (my personal IP is
> not fixed)
> Briefly, I think that the revlets runned correctly with Mac OS X 10.6.2
> Now, under 10.6.4 the crash is immediate ;->
> The revlets web page:
> <>

I wasn't able to load the page (timeout), but I'm wondering:  are you 
setting the cursor there?

There's an issue reported against OS X 10.6.4 related to setting cursors:

If you follow the links I added there from a note on the improve-rev 
list from Mark Wieder, you'll find that there are a great many apps 
crashing under OS X 10.6.4.

In some cases (including two instances with a Rev-based app I've been 
testing) it not only crashed the Rev engine, but also brought down the 
Finder and made most other user processes inaccessible, something that 
shouldn't be possible in a Unix system.

So if your issue is like those I've seen and like so many are seeing 
with other apps, we may have to wait for OS X 10.6.5 to fix them.

  Richard Gaskin
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