|Bug#: 168||Product: i.Scribe/InScribe||Version: v1.90 test1||Platform: PC|
|OS/Version: Windows XP||Status: RESOLVED||Severity: critical||Priority: P1|
|Resolution: FIXED||Assigned To: email@example.com||Reported By: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Component: HTML Plugin|
|Summary: Preview kill application|
|Opened: 2007-10-22 19:51|
|Description:||Opened: 2007-10-22 19:51|
I have recieved a (bad) mail witch kill an application. I found a problem with preview an email. When I switch off the preview than I can use I.scribe. I can send you folders.mail2 where is only this mail. It is about 8kb in zip file. Bronis
Created an attachment (id=38) [details] this is file with bug
This is mail2 folder you sent me a week or two ago? I had a look at this and its a very badly formed HTML email with hundreds of <body> tags. The problem is that Scribe is using a recursive algorithm to parse the HTML and it runs out of stack space and crashs. On normal well formed email it doesn't have a problem. I've been reviewing my options on the best way to fix it. The 2 that come to mind are making the algorithm use a heap based structure and not the stack (lots of work) or just detect zillions of nested tags and quit out after a certain depth (easy).
This is fixed for v1.90-test1. I've limited the depth of recursion to 1024 levels. After that it bails out of parsing the HTML. Any document parsed before that point will be displayed.