[Kst] [Bug 123699] fails to create INDEX from .fits file binary extention
staikos at kde.org
Mon Jun 19 01:01:20 CEST 2006
On Saturday 17 June 2006 00:52, Barth Netterfield wrote:
> The reason to have a single length per field is to handle asyronously
> arriving real time data in count from end mode (ie, the #1 requirement for
> kst), to make sure that the X vectors and the Y vectors stay synced.
> Because of this, in fact, currently, fields within a data source are
> required to have the same frame count. NF is a property of a datasource.
Actually NF is now computed directly from frameCount(field), not
frameCount(). It's entirely up to the datasource to determine if it
returns different values for each field, or a synchronized value. Basically
what you wrote is almost what we already do, with the exception that none of
the sources actually behaves like the fields are desynchronized.
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