The question here is which format you souce files are in. If you aren't using UTF8 here, you have to restrict youself to ASCII in you string literals. I think there was a change in this area about a year ago, but we discussed it a lot before Richard made the change.
> El vie, 25-05-2012 a las 00:22 -0600, Germán A. Arias escribió: >> 2012-05-24 23:42:58.464 GSspell Spell server started and waiting. >> 2012-05-24 23:42:58.514 Ink Set proxy >> 2012-05-24 23:43:02.171 GSspell Call to delegate caused the >> following exception: Tried to add nil to array >> > > Well, I found the problem with the Spanish spellchecker. This is caused > by the NSString class method -stringWithUTF8String:. If the argument is > a const char that contains letters like "áéñ", this method return "nil". > So, GSspell try to add "nil" to the guesses array (line 477 in > GSspell.m), and this cause the exception. > > > I'm not sure, but maybe this problem is related with changes made by > Eric in NSString. Anyway, we need a test case for this. > > > > _______________________________________________ > Gnustep-dev mailing list > Gnustep-dev@gnu.... > https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/gnustep-dev