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Bug#293364: marked as forwarded (Bug in ZSH (zshell) using Debian-testin

Subject: Bug#293364: marked as forwarded Bug in ZSH (zshell) using Debian-testing (Sarge)
From: Debian Bug Tracking System
Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2005 11:48:54 -0800
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has caused the Debian Bug report #293364,
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#0  0x00030bdc in loadautofn ()
#1  0x00030b80 in getproc ()
#2  0x0002d5d8 in execsubst ()
#3  0x0002bca0 in execlist ()
#4  0x0002b1d8 in execlist ()
#5  0x0002af0c in execlist ()
#6  0x0002a894 in execode ()
#7  0x00031348 in runshfunc ()
#8  0x00030fe0 in doshfunc ()
#9  0x0006d0f0 in dotrapargs ()
#10 0x00025288 in zexit ()
#11 0x00024f54 in bin_break ()
#12 0x0001a7c0 in execbuiltin ()
#13 0x0002d8c4 in execsubst ()
#14 0x0002bca0 in execlist ()
#15 0x0002b1d8 in execlist ()
#16 0x0002af0c in execlist ()
#17 0x0002a894 in execode ()
#18 0x0003f0c0 in loop ()
#19 0x00041a64 in zsh_main ()
#20 0x70171034 in __libc_start_main () from /lib/v9/libc.so.6
#21 0x00019f74 in _start ()
#22 0x00019f74 in _start ()
Previous frame identical to this frame (corrupt stack?)

----- Forwarded message from Arno van Amersfoort <[email protected]> -----

Package: zsh
Version: 4.2.3-1

 When I exit a zshell (for example when exiting from su) zshell segfaults 
 when:
 - /usr/share/zsh/functions/TRAPEXIT exists and is executable
 - And the function is loaded (for example from /etc/zsh/zshrc with 
 "autoload ${^/usr/share/zsh/functions}/*(.xN:t)" )

 I am using Debian GNU/Linux 3.2 (testing/sarge)



----- End forwarded message -----


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