crash on TXF export
benji at member.ams.org
Mon May 17 12:36:38 EDT 2004
I had never used bugzilla before yesterday (which is why I wrote,
"Easier said than done" in response to your suggestion that I submit the
bug there) and I did not notice the "Add CC" box. I'll do that now.
The proposed patch does not solve the problem. :-( The end of the
bactrace now looks like this:
684: 14* (if # # #)
685: 15 [render-txf-account # # #f ...]
325: 16 [list TD N460 C1 L 1 ... ...
338: 17* (if x? (list X x-date-str ...) ...)
339: 18 [list X 01/01/2004 ...
339: 19* [fill-clamp-sp #f 31]
249: 20 [string-append ...
249: 21* [substring ...
249: 22* [string-append #f ]
In procedure string-append in expression (string-append str (make-string
Wrong type argument (expecting STRINGP): #f
I will add this to bugzilla; should I stick to that and not bother the
list from now on?
On Mon, May 17, 2004 at 11:10:17AM -0400, Derek Atkins wrote:
> Hmm, you didn't add yourself as a CC to the bug. I just attached
> a patch to that bug report to test. Can you let me know if that
> patch solves the problem?
> Benji Fisher <benji at member.ams.org> writes:
> > Easier said than done ... OK, it seems to be a known bug. I added
> > my backtrace to
> > http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=131201
> > because it looks different from the one already there, which (I think)
> > was from a previous version of GC.
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