X server crash when running texworks
Mon Mar 26 19:47:00 GMT 2012
On 3/24/2012 3:47 PM, Ken Brown wrote:
> To reproduce:
> 1. Install texworks-0.4.3-1 from Cygwin Ports.
> 2. Create two tex files in your home directory, say test1.tex and
> test2.tex. I don't know if the contents matter, but in my case both
> files contain the following:
> 3. Start the X server by using the Start Menu shortcut.
> 4. Start texworks by typing "texworks&" in an xterm window.
> 5. Click on the "Open" icon to open one of the tex files. Then do the
> same to open the second.
> At this point the X server crashes and gives the message "Caught signal
> 11 (segmentation fault)". Server aborting."
> Before the crash I get the following warning in the xterm window when I
> open a file:
> QFileSystemWatcher: failed to add paths: /home/kbrown
> I don't know if this is significant.su
> I'm attaching cygcheck output and XWin.0.log.
> P.S. I'm currently using the test version of xorg-server (1.12.0-1), but
> I can reproduce the crash with 1.11.4-5 also. Also, I'm currently
> testing the latest Cygwin snapshot. I just tried reverting to 1.7.11,
> and the X server still crashed, but not just from opening two files. I
> had to open and compile several tex documents before it happened.
One further detail for anyone trying to reproduce this: I just tried it
on a second computer, and my recipe didn't immediately produce the
crash. But I simply started trying to use texworks (loading and
compiling various tex documents), and the X server crashed within a few
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