[Kst] [Bug 67948] New: kst uses up all cpu when a file in the
format file isn't present
matt at truch.net
Wed Nov 12 01:44:35 CET 2003
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Summary: kst uses up all cpu when a file in the format file isn't
Platform: Unlisted Binaries
AssignedTo: kst at kde.org
ReportedBy: matt at truch.net
Version: 0.94 (using KDE KDE 3.1)
Installed from: Unspecified Linux
If you choose a valid (according to the format file) vector, but that vector doesn't exist on disk (ie you didn't copy the whole data set from another location), kst uses up 'mucho' CPU.
How to reproduce: Within a dirfile, delete one of the elements.
open kst, and create a curve which uses the deleted element (either directly, or a derived vector that deponds on it)
Expected Behavior: kst won't use up much CPU, and just ignores the file (or pops up a dialog box to complain, etc).
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