On Sat, 24 Dec 2005, Dave Higton wrote:
In message <456bfcdd4d.druck(a)druck.freeuk.net>
"David J. Ruck" <druck(a)druck.org.uk> wrote:
> On 23 Dec 2005 Dave Higton <davehigton(a)dsl.pipex.com> wrote:
>> If RiScript is already running when I try to run NetSurf, I get an
>> error message written over the screen: "UnixLib detected recursion
>> of signal SIGSEGV. Exiting." and an hourglass that doesn't go
>> away. If I quit RiScript, the hourglass stops, and I can then
>> run NetSurf without an error.
> Google groups search for "NetSurf RiScript"
8 hits; none of them describes symptoms remotely resembling mine.
Funny; Peter Young's first post in the first thread there describes
symptoms very like yours.
Any more ideas?
Yes; there's a workaround for this in CVS. RUfl will now ignore fonts
generated by RiScript or fonts in the !TeXFonts resource (one of which
causes the Font Manager to hang the machine).
This will make its way onto the autobuilder in due course, but I wouldn't
expect it this side of Christmas ;)
1. I believe that RiScript allows the user to configure where
auto-generated fonts are stored. RUfl currently checks for "!RiScript"
occurring in the path to the font data. This will work for RiScript's
default generated font location but is not guaranteed to do so if you
use the aforementioned configuration option.