Description of problem:
Did a "change this string" and afterward it crashed.
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cmdline: cscope -p3 -R
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (2 frames)
#6 changestring at command.c:806
#7 command at command.c:536
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looks like there was a double close in place in that function, likely raised the ABORT signal in glibc trying to close an already closed fd. Try this test build please, and confirm that it solves your problem:
ping jeff, any update here?
Oof, sorry Neil. I somehow missed when you posted the link originally. Can you redo the build and I'll retest it.
There you go
I don't recall exactly what I was doing when this crash occurred over a year ago, but I downloaded the package and did a "Change this text string:" operation on the kernel tree and it worked just fine. I say ship it.
copy that, thanks!
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