[Kst] [Bug 85211] New: kst consumes 100% cpu when plotting data
with missing secondary files
matt at truch.net
Thu Jul 15 00:17:27 CEST 2004
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Summary: kst consumes 100% cpu when plotting data with missing
Platform: RedHat RPMs
AssignedTo: kst kde org
ReportedBy: matt truch net
Version: 0.98 (using KDE KDE 3.2.1)
Installed from: RedHat RPMs
When plotting data (from a dirfile) where one (or more) of the vectors is derived and requires a secondary file (for example, a lookup table), and the secondary file is non-existant, kst displays wrong data (zeros), and consumes all the cpu.
How to reproduce: Get dirfile data where at least one vector depends on an external file, and delete (or move) the external file. Plot that vector vs. INDEX.
Expected behavior: kst at the very least shouldn't consume all the cpu, and probably should spit out an error about the datasource being invalid.
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