it took a bit longer before I could test this on the very same machine
where I found the problem. I updated first FreeBSD and then the
ports. Yes, the problem is gone. I will go off-line now with this
machine again and do some work there. It should not be that much but it
will be with the same set of programs. So, a real-life test. If you hear
nothing from me anymore, the problem is gone.

I just noticed your e-mail address. Is this still compatible with the
new CoC?


 On Mon, 22 Jan 2018
21:18:28 +0100 Guido Falsi <m...@madpilot.net> wrote:

> On 01/22/2018 08:36, Erich Dollansky wrote:
> > Irony is that I used mousepad the first time for this thinking that
> > it is small, the machine is limited, should still work.
> >   
> I just committed r459693 which adds commits from the upstream
> repository as patches which address this issue. I have been unable to
> cause the pathological behaviour with these patches, so they work, at
> least to some extent.
> Please test after upgrading your ports or packages(whatever you use)
> and report back.

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