[Kst] branches/kst/1.3/kst/src/libkst

Brisset, Nicolas Nicolas.Brisset at eurocopter.com
Thu Oct 12 17:49:40 CEST 2006

> backport uninit variable fix
>  M  +3 -1      kstscalar.cpp  
I guess it's unrelated, but we have noticed that extra scalars get
created when using plugins. In the example test.kst file I attached to
bug #135440 you can see that there is a "10" scalar, because the shift
plugin had 10 in its input. I did not create it intentionally nor used
[10] as input in the plugin dialog. I find this a bit strange, and I
wonder whether this is really desirable and if it could create problems
? I have not created (yet another) bugzilla entry, but if you think it
is worth tracing I can. By the way, do specially active bug reporters
get an iPod or a mobile phone courtesy of Staikos Computing ? I may
compete :-)

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