[R-SIG-Mac] Can't open files in 4.0 or 4.01
@|mon@urb@nek @end|ng |rom R-project@org
Thu Jul 2 07:27:37 CEST 2020
Thanks to all, much appreciated. Please try the latest GUI revision 7849 from https://mac.R-project.org
The issue I found so far seems to have to do with function folding in documents - which is why is actually depends on the document content - and a selector that is apparently missing in Catalina.
> On 29/06/2020, at 11:22 AM, Brandon Hurr <brandon.hurr using gmail.com> wrote:
> Default changed, RGUI 7846 Debug downloaded and run on same scripts.
> Crash report here;
> Let me know if you need more reports or to try something else.
> On Sun, Jun 28, 2020 at 4:00 PM Simon Urbanek <simon.urbanek using r-project.org>
>> Yes, this is of great help! It shows the the GUI spins in the segfault
>> handler (it segfaults while rendering text which calls the R segfault
>> handler which in turn tries to render more text etc. ...).
>> So first thing is to avoid the signal handler, run this command in
>> defaults write org.R-project.R 'Disable R signal handlers' YES
>> Then download the debug version of the R GUI from
>> where it says Mac OS X GUI ... high-sierra-Debug.dmg - pick the one
>> matching your R version (4.0 for release or 4.1 for R-devel). You don't
>> need to replace your regular one, you can run it simply from the image.
>> Note that it is signed, but not notarized, so right-click (=ctrl-click) on
>> it and select "Open".
>> That will avoid the "hang" but will give a proper segfault with an Apple
>> report so won't help immediately but will make it easier to pinpoint. Also
>> it should include debug symbols with line numbers and all that. Please post
>> the crash report.
>> Thank you for your help,
>>> On Jun 29, 2020, at 4:25 AM, Brandon Hurr <brandon.hurr using gmail.com>
>>> Thanks Ben.
>>> I fired up R did a 20 second sample as I loaded files and it went into a
>>> Seems to have the symbols you describe. Is that more helpful?
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