[Kst] Antw: Re: Bug
Gunter.Koenigsmann at semikron.com
Mon Jun 29 13:48:50 UTC 2015
Seems like this might be one of the bugs.
With wxMaxima valgrind has really done wonders on bugs that were
reproducible only on one system. Don't know how it does do this. But I
hope that this weekend I will get a chance to try if this is true with
Thanks a lot,
and kind regards,
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>>> Ben Lewis <benlewis003 at gmail.com> 29.06.2015 13:14 >>>
I can't reproduce this bug. I used 21 channels with 3.6 million samples
I recently reported a similar bug here.
I wonder if these two bugs are related? They both involve scalars used
On 29/06/2015 8:34 PM, Gunter Koenigsmann wrote:
> Sorry for the long delay but have tested now on 2 computers (both 64
> Windows) with both the nightly build from github and the official
> release from the project page (in both cases the 64 bit version).
> like the problem isn't the project file: Did try to create several
> project files in the last days.
> The crash while editing the annotation is still there but I assume
> to be one of the problems that is hard to fix since it is hard to
> reproduce on a dofferent setup. A more reproducible way to make the
> program crash it seems to be:
> - load loads of csv data in one go (I used four channels with over
> Million values each)
> - tell the data import wizard we want to plot the data
> - Create/Annotation/Label and include the rms average of one
> in the label
> - Save and close the file
> - open the file by double-clicking on it. KST tells it is loading
> data - and crashes.
> If I try to open the file from within kst2 I normally don't
> a crash.
> One of the two computer has not too much RAM. the other one has 24
> Gigabytes so the problem should not be a lack of RAM.
> Cannot guarantee that I have time next weekend. If I do I will try
> reproduce the problem on linux and if it is reprocible try to have
> valgrind look into it.
> Kind regards,
> Gunter Königsmann
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> gunter.koenigsmann at semikron.com
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> Harald Jäger
> Christian Müller
> Peter Sontheimer
>>>> Barth Netterfield <barth.netterfield at utoronto.ca> 22.06.2015
> I'm unable to reproduce this.
> Is this a new session, or from loading a .kst session file?
> Have you tried creating a new session as Roger Wehage suggested?
> On June 19, 2015 4:52:27 PM Gunter Koenigsmann wrote:
>> Dear Barth,
>> Then this is one of the friendy projects. Good!
>>>> - Create a diagram
>>> Do you mean a plot? Does it have to have anything in the plot?
>> Did have two curves in the plot. But seems like the exact number of
>> curves doesn't matter: Managed to crash a completely empty plot,
>>>> - Create a annotation
>>> Do you mean a label from the create->annotation->label dialog?
>> That is right.
>>>> - Enter some Text, go back a few characters and press
>>> All in the dialog? What text? Any text?
>> Seems like this is a good question since the text actually does
>> didn't crash.
>> Test [U_22:y:Mean (X381)]
>> did crash, but only at the second press of Ctrl+Right. U_22:y is
>> result of an equation. I actually did test about 8 texts involving
>> results from equations or last elements of data vectors before I
>> out how to cause the crash.
>>>> - KST crashes.
>>> Hmmm... not good.
>> Not this bad since I have found out how to trigger it and now can
>> the said key combination.
>>> Can you send me some details?
>>> OS/ OS version:
>> Windows 7/64 Bit; all service packs included.
>>> Source of the packages:
>> http://kst-plot.github.io/kst-build/ and
>>> Version of Qt4:
>> How do I find that out for binary packages?
>> Kind regards,
>> Gunter Königsmann
>> Tel: +49 911-6559-6025
>> Fax: +49 911-6559-776747
>> gunter.koenigsmann at semikron.com
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