[OS X Emacs] Crashing

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 12:56:43 EST 2008

please e-mail your bug report to aquamacs-bugs at aquamacs.org.
Please use the bug reporting function in the help menu, as it tells me  
the version of Aquamacs that you're using. And yes, do try the nightly  
If you still get a crash, then I would need the stack trace that you  
get when you say "Report" in the post-crash dialog that comes up after  
Aquamacs has quit. Just copy and paste the stack trace out of the  
dialog (but there's no point in reporting it to Apple).

- David
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On 2 Jan 2008, at 17:34, Hank Stevens wrote:

> Hi David,
> I have been having a problem on both my PowerPC and brand new MacPro.
> Model Name:	Mac Pro
> Model Identifier:	MacPro1,1
> Processor Name:	Dual-Core Intel Xeon
> Processor Speed:	3 GHz
> Number Of Processors:	2
> Total Number Of Cores:	4
> L2 Cache (per processor):	4 MB
> Memory:	3 GB
> Bus Speed:	1.33 GHz
> Boot ROM Version:	MP11.005D.B00
> SMC Version:	1.7f10
> Serial Number:	G87500R90GP
> I seem to get crashes whenever I ask Aquamacs to move quickly   
> around the buffer.
> Here is what the Console.app reported on my MacPro.
> 1/2/08 12:31:16 PM com.apple.launchd[71]  
> ([0x0-0x2b02b].org.gnu.AquamacsEmacs[380]) Exited abnormally:  
> Segmentation fault
> Should I try the nightly build?
> Thanks,
> Hank

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