joe truncates files and segfaults when out of disk space
Binary package hint: joe
Description: Ubuntu 8.04.2
*** 3.5-1.1 0
When trying to save a file when the target filesystem is full (ie, returning ENOSPC from I/O calls), joe will first truncate the file to zero bytes and then segfault.
Instead, it should report that there is no space left and leave the existing contents of the file alone. Causing data loss in this situation is extremely (like, catastrophically) poor behavior.