[TxMt] Re: "Document.did-change" and access to the current document in a bundle?

George McGinley Smith george at gsgd.co.uk
Wed Oct 5 12:57:22 UTC 2016

Yes, crash reports are enabled, here's the latest:

Caret position was a good guess. I was testing by adding lines to the end
of the file, doesn't seem to happen if I move to the start of the file
before reverting.

On Tue, 4 Oct 2016 at 19:02 Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org> wrote:

> On 4 Oct 2016, at 13:37, George McGinley Smith wrote:
> > Quick bug report:
> >
> > The following seems to consistently crash for me:
> >
> > 1) Preview a markdown doc under version control
> > 2) Make changes
> > 3) Save
> > 4) SCM Revert current file
> Do you have crash report submission enabled?
> Because I only see one crash report that I can associate with the above
> actions.
> If you are able to reproduce this, can you tell me if there is anything
> note worthy of the caret position? For example, is it at the end of the
> buffer or on non-ASCII text (is the document using non-ASCII
> characters)?
> I ask because it looks like the crash (for which I have a report)
> happens when extracting “current word” from the buffer prior to
> running the “SCM Diff → Update Gutter” command (in response to
> reverting changes).
> If the caret is somehow in a “bad” position, this could cause an
> issue for the code extracting current word.
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