On Thu, 1 Feb 2018 at 11:17 Mike Miller <mtmil...@debian.org> wrote:

> On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 06:44:53 +0000, lumin wrote:
> > Randomly typing something in octave editor will cause
> > a crash with SIGSEGV.
> >
> > For example, I launched Octave and typed merely "asdfasdf"
> > and then octave crashed.
> Can you please try with the version of octave currently in testing?

I’m on unstable. I tried octave 4.2.1-5 (unstable) and the issue refers
By this bug no longer exists. Since the octave version in testing
Is the same, I think that should be ok too.

> Since this was reported, Octave now uses Qt 5 and it's possible that
> this bug only affects an older set of Qt and/or QScintilla libs.
> I used to be able to trigger a similar bug by installing qt-at-spi and
> setting the QT_ACCESSIBILITY environment variable. But as I understand
> it the Qt 5 a11y support has been redesigned.
> If octave still crashes for you, please provide your locale, keyboard
> layout, and any input method settings.

Thank you, this problem is resolved. I cannot crash octave editor by
The same way.

> --
> mike

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