Bug 28232

Summary: gnotepad+ V 1.3.1edit / replace text won't work on numerals
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Karl schmidt <karl>
Component: gnotepad+Assignee: Tim Powers <timp>
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Description Karl schmidt 2001-02-18 20:27:43 UTC
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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.76 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.16-22 i686)

While replace works on text it crashes returning a core file in the working
directory if you tried to replace a number with a different one ( I searced
for 86400 and replaced with 300)

Reproducible: Always
Steps to Reproduce:
1.open text file with number in it
2. replace number in file with other number using edit/replace

Actual Results:  Crash - aplit disappears

Expected Results:  should have replaced text. 

I have gnp selected as default text editor.

Comment 1 David Mason 2001-02-19 16:15:10 UTC
now in powertools - reassinging

Comment 2 Tim Powers 2001-02-19 16:51:05 UTC
I can't reproduce this problem. Can you please try the package that's located at:


Please try that package and let me know if it works for you.

Also, you may want to be aware that gnotepad+ is going to be in Powertools in
the next release, and not in the distribution.


Comment 3 Karl schmidt 2001-02-19 17:57:36 UTC
The 1.3.3-1 version has it fixed.- thanks

You wrote:
"Also, you may want to be aware that gnotepad+ is going to be in Powertools in
+the next release, and not in the distribution.

What is power tools all about??

Comment 4 Tim Powers 2001-02-19 18:24:38 UTC
Powertools is a CD containing additional workstation and server applications for
Red Hat Linux. Powertools is included in the Deluxe and Professional box sets of
Red Hat Linux, and can also be downloaded from our ftp site (or one of the many

The current version is 7.0, and you can get it from:


I am resolving this as "rawhide" since the new package works for you. I am still
working on a fix for the other problem you reported (#28233), but I should be
able to provide a fix for that today as well.