#27 TKDIFF Crashes when comparing two files under Tru64 Platform

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2006-02-25
2005-12-16
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$ tkdiff.old
+ exec wish tkdiff.old --
unknown option "#-state"
while executing
"$w(mergeChoiceLabel) configure #-state normal"
(procedure "update-display" line 142)
invoked from within
"update-display"
(procedure "main" line 63)
invoked from within
"main"
(file "tkdiff.old" line 10257)

Discussion

  • davegu1

    davegu1 - 2005-12-16

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    The fix for the previous bug is:

    # BUGS AND FIXES.
    # A problem found on December 2005 in tkdiff when running
    under Tru64 platform.
    # The tkdiff used to crash when doing a diff on two files
    regardless of the format in either file.
    #
    # The UNIX IT department had fixed a bug found in the code
    of tkdiff.
    # Line 10257 was deleted :
    #
    # The code below shows the fix.
    # $w(mergeChoiceLabel) configure
    # -state normal <<<<< This is the line that was
    deleted.
    # David Gutierrez

     
  • davegu1

    davegu1 - 2005-12-16

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    The fix for the previous bug is:

    # BUGS AND FIXES.
    # A problem found on December 2005 in tkdiff when running
    under Tru64 platform.
    # The tkdiff used to crash when doing a diff on two files
    regardless of the format in either file.
    #
    # The UNIX IT department had fixed a bug found in the code
    of tkdiff.
    # Line 10257 was deleted :
    #
    # The code below shows the fix.
    # $w(mergeChoiceLabel) configure
    # -state normal <<<<< This is the line that was
    deleted.
    # David Gutierrez

     
  • John Klassa

    John Klassa - 2006-02-19

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    I think I fixed this. Can you download the latest from CVS
    (anon CVS) and give it a try? It's the 4.1.3 candidate.

    Thanks.

     
  • John Klassa

    John Klassa - 2006-02-19
    • assigned_to: nobody --> klassa
     
  • John Klassa

    John Klassa - 2006-02-25
    • status: open --> closed
     

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