Created attachment 413321 [details]
The backtrace and the memory map returned by the terminal.
Description of problem: when I execute a command in zsh, I have this message:
*** buffer overflow detected ***: zsh terminated
zsh: abort (core dumped) zsh -V
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 4.3.10-4.fc12.x86_64
Steps to Reproduce:
2.Copy and past the fallowing command in zsh:
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Hi, I've reproduced this bug. It turns out that spelling correction (setopt CORRECT) needed to be enabled for it to happen.
I think the following patch (which I'm sending upstream) fixes it the problem:
Additionally, the latest release I tested seems to limit the length of user input better, which makes this error less likely (although still possible with pretty esoteric configurations).
Upstream pushed a different patch:
Moving to F15 - zsh-4.3.11-2.fc15.x86_64 still appears to be affected.
thanks very much for your investigations so far. I lately updated the zsh package to 4.3.14 (it's available in updates-testing) and tried reproducing the issue with that version. I was not able to reproduce the issue... can you confirm the update fixes the issue also for you?
Now zsh says 'zsh: command too long'. So the update fixes the issue for me.
Great! I close this bug then. :)