[Kst] [Bug 66303] New: kst causes X to consume mucho resources when
an invalid vector is being displayed
matt at truch.net
Tue Oct 21 01:18:36 CEST 2003
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Summary: kst causes X to consume mucho resources when an invalid
vector is being displayed
Platform: SuSE RPMs
AssignedTo: kst at kde.org
ReportedBy: matt at truch.net
Version: 0.92 (using KDE KDE 3.1)
Installed from: SuSE RPMs
When kst trys to display a curve which contains a vector with an invalid field, the refresh of kst races, and X consumes alot of CPU (and/or bogs down the graphics card).
To reproduce: Open a new kst, click on quickly create a new curve. Choose a valid filename and valid X vector (ie "INDEX"), but a nonexistant Y vector (eg "IJGLKSDNLKFSAJD"). Click OK. A dialog will pop up saying you have choosen an invalid vector, but kst will refresh repeatadly anyways. Clicking pause temporarily fixes the problem (until you run again), and removing the vector (through the data manager) fixes the problem until another bunk vector is added.
Expected behavior: kst should not race when an invalid vector is loaded.
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