Bug 134168

Summary: Spellchecking in emacs with aspell on tex document fails
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: roger griffiths <rgriffiths>
Component: aspellAssignee: Eido Inoue <havill>
Status: CLOSED WORKSFORME QA Contact: Ben Levenson <benl>
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Description roger griffiths 2004-09-29 21:39:15 UTC
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Description of problem:
Probably not a bug, I must have something configured incorrectly, but...

I am having the same symtoms reported in Bug #54391 (which was
resolved last year)
When I spell check any .tex file, I get a core dump and the emacs
process runs away (100% CPU) and have to kill the process.

The interesting part is that if I create a very simple file, say
'test.txt' and spell check (from within emacs) aspell works fine. If I
copy that same file to test.tex and then try to spell check the file I
get the hung process. Finally, copy the file to test.html, aspell
works fine.

I tried this simple method to identify if there was some characters
within my tex documents that was causing aspell trouble.

The core dumps are attributed to aspell,
 libaspell.so.15
aerror_bad_input
(corruped library?)

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
emacs-21.3-12; aspell-0.50.3-19.1

How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1.As outlined above - create a file with just four lines of text, save
the file as test.txt; spell check the file (from within emacs) - no
problems.
2.Copy the above file to test.tex (at the command line), open in
emacs, try to spell check, I get a core dump (aspell) and then have to
kill the emacs process.
3. Copy the same file to test.html, open in emacs, spell check no
problems.
    

Additional info:

Comment 1 Jens Petersen 2004-10-06 08:28:28 UTC
Looks like this is probably an aspell bug on x86_64.

Seems to be ok with rawhide/fc3 test releases afaics.

Comment 2 Eido Inoue 2004-10-06 20:16:46 UTC
can't reproduce with my machines; i'm not seeing this on current
x86_64 builds either.