Guys,

Please make sure that when you make changes to anything aside from GLIB and Python support, that you make it to BOTH branches (HEAD and b0-16).

I don't know when (if ever) someone will finish the Python support, so for the time being we need to keep making the changes to both branches. If you port the code with each individual patch, it's not a lot of work. If you wait until release time and try to mass-port every patch since the last release, it's a big headache.

So please keep the two branches in sync!  Thanks!

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Scott Klement  http://www.scottklement.com

On Thu, 24 Feb 2005, James Rich wrote:

On Thu, 24 Feb 2005, Ruel, Marc-Antoine wrote:

It is probably because you need to sync to the HEAD. This is probably this line that causes the crash:

+ r->enhanced = NULL;

I send you a new patch that simply defines a new function that returns false on enhanced query. It replaces the old one. It shouldn't crash anymore.
I though James would have changed terminal.c to support NULL enhanced function pointer but I have been a bit too fast. :)

Bah - I forgot this part. I just updated CVS to make this check.

James Rich

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