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[bugreport] Crash when opening multiple files from explorer

[bugreport] Crash when opening multiple files from explorer

Postby Xaapyks on Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:37 am

Hi,

When using the contextual menu from windows 7 explorer and selecting open with sublime text 2 on multiple files selection, ST2 crashes.
I've not found a bugzilla so I report here.
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Re: [bugreport] Crash when opening multiple files from explorer

Postby Xaapyks on Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:45 pm

Bump.

Can people using ST2 on windows 7 try to reproduce this please ?
Just select 2 files from win explorer and right click "open with ST2" -> insta crash

I have narrowed a bit the bug : it does not occur on plein text files. Doing it on 2 C++ headers .h files crashes it though. 2 C++ .cpp files does not crash.
Removed all extra packages, still occurs.

Only happens if ST2 is already running.
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Re: [bugreport] Crash when opening multiple files from explorer

Postby davidcppg on Mon Jun 23, 2014 4:23 pm

I would like to confirm and bump this. It's kind of annoying...
Yes, only when ST2 is already running
Yes, in Windows 7.
For me, I couldn't get multiple txt files to open either.
Please fix! Still a great product!
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Re: [bugreport] Crash when opening multiple files from explorer

Postby iamntz on Mon Jun 23, 2014 4:37 pm

This seems to be fixed on ST3 though...
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Re: [bugreport] Crash when opening multiple files from explorer

Postby davidcppg on Tue Jun 24, 2014 5:55 pm

Cool. I'll have to set aside some time looking into ST3.
Also using the open command doesn't seem to have the same problem. That is what I'm doing, now, to open multiple files.
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