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Re: assertion failed


From: Ali Alhaidary
Subject: Re: assertion failed
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2023 07:11:48 +0300
User-agent: Mozilla Thunderbird

On 12/20/23 01:36, Ben Pfaff wrote:
That version is new enough that it should support it.

The system info should go to the output window rather than appearing
in a dialog box (perhaps that is confusing, I hadn't thought about it
until now). Does that make any difference?

On Tue, Dec 19, 2023 at 2:21 PM ft gmail <public.ftr@gmail.com> wrote:
This sounds interesting. I use GNU pspp 2.0.0-pre2gf49d68 under Windows. But when clicking on System Info, nothing shows up.

Le 19/12/2023 à 21:50, Ben Pfaff a écrit :

I recently enabled journaling by default in the GUI, so you could use
it to find the syntax if you're using a recent enough version (very
recent!). Help|Show System Information should show the journal's
location.

On Tue, Dec 19, 2023 at 12:47 PM ft gmail <public.ftr@gmail.com> wrote:

HI Ben,

I am not sure. It happened immediately after I tried to run a syntax snippet, and I think I had inadvertently hit on 'To end'. The menu button is on Auto Syntax. But the movement was so rapid .

Sorry for the imprecise description.

What would have helped is an autosave of syntax where you can configure the backup interval, for instance for every minute.

Anyway, thanks for your work, and in particular for CTABLES ! Great work.

- ftr

Le 19/12/2023 à 17:26, Ben Pfaff a écrit :

Hi ftr. Do you know how to trigger the bug? If I can reproduce it, I
can probably fix it.

On Tue, Dec 19, 2023 at 1:55 AM ft gmail <public.ftr@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

I just experienced a bad error that when clicking on recommencing shut down all open windows with the ongoing syntax writing.

Assertion failed
program c:\...\psppire.exe
file: ..:pspp-2.0.0-pre2gf49d68/src/data/casewriter.c
line : 54
_expression_ : case_get_n_values (c) ≥ n_widths

What can I do ?


regards

-ftr



    

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