[Kst] [Bug 249544] New: kst mixes up columns in some ASCII files!!!
nicolas.brisset at eurocopter.com
Mon Aug 30 22:26:32 CEST 2010
Summary: kst mixes up columns in some ASCII files!!!
Platform: MS Windows
OS/Version: MS Windows
AssignedTo: kst at kde.org
ReportedBy: nicolas.brisset at eurocopter.com
Created an attachment (id=51119)
Data file to reproduce the bug
OS: MS Windows
When reading some ASCII files, kst gets completely confused. This is very bad
as it gives no error message but starts mixing columns silently!!!
Steps to Reproduce:
I'm going to attach the required data file to reproduce the bug. Then:
- open the unzipped file with the datawizard
- configure the datasource: ignore regional settings, var names in line 0, data
from line 1, custom delimiter=;
- load VAR1A against INDEX
- open the datafile in your favorite editor
Edit->View vectors, select VAR1A, scroll down to sample 234 and check against
line 235 in the editor (offset of 1 due to the line with field names): the
value is the same. Now look at sample #235: its value is completely wrong, as
that of subsequent samples, which all seem to be coming from column VAR1R,
starting from the same line!
Values are those read in column VAR1A.
OS: Windows 32-Bit, not tested under Linux.
When hitting reload, only samples 1 to 233 are loaded, stopping on exactly that
line causing trouble. Very strange....
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