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I'm sending this to the Alexandria mailing list.
Hi Alexandria people -- this is a bug report filed in the Debian bug
tracking system about a crash in Alexandria. Most of the relevant
information should be included below, but the full report is available
Ar 13/01/2005 am 07:13, ysgrifennodd David Weinehall:
> On Thu, Jan 13, 2005 at 12:58:05AM +0000, Dafydd Harries wrote:
> > Ar 13/01/2005 am 00:25, ysgrifennodd David Weinehall:
> > > When you have a sufficiently sized book collection, Alexandria will
> > > crash if started in, or switched to, list mode. It will also crash if
> > > you try to rearrange the sort order.
> > >
> > > Trial and error shows that 140 titles works, while 141 titles or more
> > > causes the crash; cover pictures or not doesn't matter.
> > Hmm, I would expect this to be something to do with the 141st title in
> > question rather than the number 141.
> This seems a tad bit unlikely, since I have tried different permutations
> of books (sorry, I guess I should've mentioned that in the original report).
> I will try to repeat the tests on a machine that only uses the libraries
> from unstable; on my two main systems I have a few libraries from
> experimental installed.
Ah, ok. Perhaps 141 is a magic number then. :)
> > Did you see any tracebacks on Alexandria's standard output from these
> > crashes? If there are any, appending them to the bug report would be
> > useful.
> No, there were no tracebacks at all.
Hmm, that's unexpected.
> Oh, as a further data point; the reason I tagged the bug upstream is
> that I downloaded the upstream source and tested that one too, just to
> make sure the bug was not Debian specific.
Yes, I agree that it's an upstream bug.
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