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amaya segfaults on some jpgs, chokes on reloads, and other bugs

From: Florian Hars <hars@math.uni-hamburg.de>
Date: 24 May 1997 20:34:45 +0200
Message-Id: <m0wVLeQ-0001YtC%fm5a014@Bielefeld.public.uni-hamburg.de>
To: www-amaya@w3.org
Décade I, Quintidi de Prairial de l'Année 205 de la Révolution

amaya 1.0b (Linux-elf) consistently segfaults on several jpeg images
if the pages are loaded from a server. Everything works fine if I load
the same page with the same images as a file.

Another situation where it crashes is on clicking the reload button to
reload a page from a server. Sometimes it works, sometimes it says

(64) NETREAD: Broken pipe

if I try to reload a file from the server and dies with a broken pipe
if I click reload again.

And: a construction like 

<TR><TD><A HREF="braun/index.html"><IMG SRC="img/braun.jpg"
width=100 height=100></A> <TD> some text

is only displayed correctly if the optional closing </TD> tags after
the images are present, otherwise the text is printed somewhere in the
image. If at least one of the </TD> tags is present, the table
rows are displayed correctly, but the vertical spaces are too big.

-Florian Hars.
for x in 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900; do
for y in 0 100 200 300 400 500 600; do xeyes -geometry 100x100+$x+$y &
done; done
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