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[#5550] 'start' : execution expired (Timeout: : : Error)

Date:
2006-08-28 06:29
Priority:
3
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State:
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Summary:
'start' : execution expired (Timeout: : : Error)

Detailed description
 This is similar to another timeout error I saw but which was on Win2K. I am using Freeride version 0.9.6 with Ruby
1.8.4-19 and got the following error message on the command screen (I am using Windows XP (Home Office Edition):

c:\ruby\freeride>ruby freeride.rb
onPipeExcept
onPipeExcept
c:/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/timeout.rb:54:in `start': execution expired (Timeout::Error
)
        from c:/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/timeout.rb:56:in `timeout'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/./plugins/rubyide_tools_debugger/debugger.rb:203:i
n `start'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/./plugins/rubyide_tools_debugger/debugger.rb:61:in
 `start'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/freebase/lib/freebase/databus.rb:950:in `call'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/freebase/lib/freebase/databus.rb:560:in `invoke'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/./plugins/rubyide_commands/command_manager.rb:148:
in `invoke'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/./plugins/rubyide_gui/menupane.rb:162:in `add_comm
and'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/freebase/lib/freebase/databus.rb:950:in `call'
         ... 7 levels...
        from c:/ruby/freeride/freebase/lib/freebase/core.rb:68:in `initialize'
        from c:/ruby/freeride/freebase/lib/freebase/core.rb:35:in `startup'
        from freeride.rb:77:in `startup'
        from freeride.rb:116

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Date: 2006-10-07 18:09
Sender: Bob Gustafson

I am getting the same message. (WinXP Pro, FR 0.96.1 ??,
R-185-21)

At the same time, my F-Secure firewall dialog box pops up and
asks whether I want FreeRide to be open to the Internet (!!).
If I click 'allow' fast enough, the Windows firewall kicks in
with a dialog saying basically the same thing - do you want to
block incoming requests to port xxxx.

I guess I am not fast enough and FreeRide just hangs and then
a "(Not responding)" is added to the title bar. 30
seconds later, the Windows dialog box asking whether I want to
send Microsoft a report on ruby.exe's crash..

So far, I have not been able to debug anything using FreeRide.
I can run programs, but not step them along.

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