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Bug 1317

Summary: tcsh crashes while performing filename completion
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: drabent
Component: tcshAssignee: David Lawrence <dkl>
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Version: 5.2CC: drabent
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Description drabent 1999-02-24 18:08:32 UTC
tcsh  crashes  when using <Tab> key in certain contexts.
For instance
    ls  =1/a<Tab>
(when =1 exists on the stack) crashes tcsh with signal 11.

I could reproduce this behaviour on two installations of RH
linux 5.2, with  tcsh  running in a terminal window under X.

Also, when tcsh is a login shell, running in a console,
pressing Tab results sometimes in hanging all the system
(all the consoles).
This I have not tried to reproduce/investigate.

It seems that I had similar behaviour after pressing ctrl-D.
In that case the matching filenames were displayed for a
moment before the crash of tcsh.


Comment 1 openshift-github-bot 2015-03-17 20:25:40 UTC
Commits pushed to master at
Issue1317 - Added error logging to webhook controller
Merge pull request #1333 from soltysh/issue1317

Merged by openshift-bot