[Dev-luatex] Fatal crash with LuaTeX if an encoding file is missing
graham.douglas at readytext.co.uk
Mon Apr 5 15:54:04 CEST 2010
Taco Hoekwater wrote:
> Hi Graham,
> Graham Douglas wrote:
>> Hi Taco
>> See attached screenshot. This is what triggered me to think it was
>> more than just a fatal error? Maybe not then.
> In the case of fatal errors (of the kind below, that remove the
> pdf document as well) luatex will call 'exit()' with the return
> code 'EX_SOFTWARE' if kpathsea debugging is off, or with 'abort()'
> if kpathsea debugging is on. The first form is a pretty normal
> exit, the second form is an explicit forced crash (done because
> this can be useful when debugging).
> Therefore you should only get a popup with kpathsea debugging turned
> on (via the command line --kpathsea-debug= parameter, or via a global
> KPATHSEA_DEBUG environment setting). Well, unless windows is not
> behaving like unix (which is quite definitely possible, I don't know
> *that* much about windows).
> Best wishes,
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Thank you Taco, very, very helpful -- please excuse my naive
questions. I will definitely try *not* bother the list with irrelevant
or trivial issues.
(I do indeed have KPATHSEA_DEBUG =-1 in my environment)
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