[sylpheed:15868] Re: Sylpheed 0.8.2 and Solaris 9 and gpgme 0.3.9 crashes
alfons at proteus.demon.nl
Mon Sep 9 23:42:02 CEST 2002
On 09-09-02 (Mon) 22:32 +0200 Stefaan A Eeckels <Stefaan.Eeckels at ecc.lu>
Forwarded to gpg devel.
| On Mon, 9 Sep 2002 20:24:21 +0200 (CEST)
| Frederik Meerwaldt <frederik at freddym.org> wrote:
| > first of all, Sylpheed is the nicest Mailreader I have ever seen,
| > except this one (I think small) bug which makes it pretty unusable
| > for me: If I want to encrypt or sign a mail I just wrote and select
| > "Message -> Sign" and then send the mail, the program produces a
| > core dump(Segmentation fault).
| > I'm using Sylpheed 0.8.2, Solaris 9, gpgme 0.3.9, gpg 1.0.7.
| That's a bug in gpgme (which I should submit but I'm too
| lazy :-(.
| Replace line 183 of gpgme/debug.c by:
| if (!line || !*line)
| and the core dump'll go away. It doesn't coredump in Linux
| because the printf() family in glibc does like BSD and catches
| printing NULL string pointers. Solaris follows SysV conventions
| and coredumps.
| Take care,
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