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Re: Cygwin 1.7.28 (64bit) and Vim 7.4 build from source create SEGV when writing to a file.

On 2/25/2014 3:10 AM, Thomalla, Martin wrote:
in order to get additional features into vim (lua and python) I need to
build it from source.

So I have downloaded the source and gcc through the cygwin setup-x86_64.exe
and build vim from source.

$ cd /usr/src/vim74
$ ./configure --enable-luainterp --enable-pythoninterp --enable-multibyte
--enable-gui=no --without-x --prefix=/usr
$ make && make install

When I open a file in which the lua interpreter is used by a plugin
(neocomplete:[]), make a change in
the file and save the file with :x I get this error:

Vim: Caught deadly signal SEGV

Vim: Finished.

The file is saved succesfully. It does not matter if I open the file from
the command line or within vim

$ vim ~/file.hs
$ vim
:edit ~/fils.hs

Both lead to the error

When I open the file within vim with :edit or from the command line and save
the file with :w, vim crashes again

Vim: Caught deadly signal SEGV

Vim: Finished.

but this time the cygwin bash shell does not respond anymore. It only
accepts <ctrl><c> and <ctrl><d> as input and to exit cygwin I have to input
<ctrl><c> followed by <ctrl><d> or close the window.

I have attached the output of

vim --version
gcc --version
cygcheck -svr

A quick review of the files you've provided and your description of what
you've done doesn't raise any red flags.  I'll suggest trying to remove the
Cygwin-provided VIM packages to be sure there is no collision/interaction.
If that doesn't work, I'd recommend debugging the problem directly with gdb.



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