El 06/03/2016 a las 15:05, Baptiste Daroussin escribió:
On Sun, Mar 06, 2016 at 10:55:27PM +0300, Roman Bogorodskiy wrote:
   Baptiste Daroussin wrote:

On Sun, Mar 06, 2016 at 07:44:34PM +0300, Roman Bogorodskiy wrote:

I'm seeing an issue with lldb: when I start it (without arguments) and
try to type commands, it looks like this:

$  lldb
(lldb) \U+7F68\U+7F65\U+7F6C\U+7F70\U+7F0A

So, basically, I cannot execute any command and cannot even exit from
its shell, only by ctrl-z and killing it.

This happens to me on today's -CURRENT / amd64.

I was wondering if that's an issue with my user's locale, but the
behavior is same for root.

Also, I can see exactly the same behavior with lldb on FreeBSD.
Oops, that's supposed to be 'freefall'.

Is that some known issue or maybe configuration problem?


Roman Bogorodskiy

Sounds like an issue with libedit, probably due to the latest import of libedit
(just a guess)
It could be. BTW, I've installed lldb38 using pkg and it works fine.

Which is linked to libedit from ports (older that in base) so it seems to prove
that libedit update might be the issue there.

Hmm ... most of the changes were cosmetical. I will take a look though.


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