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Re: Kernel crash, version 7.0, windows XP, when using
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*Subject*: [mg109407] Re: Kernel crash, version 7.0, windows XP, when using
*From*: Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at cox.net>
*Date*: Sun, 25 Apr 2010 06:26:07 -0400 (EDT)
I have version 7.0.1 on a Mac
$Version
7.0 for Mac OS X x86 (64-bit) (February 19, 2009)
I do not get this behavior. Do you get the same problem by changing the control label (small number in the gray area just to the right of the control)?
Bob Hanlon
---- "Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma at 12000.org> wrote:
=============
Hi;
I was wondering if someone has a real Mathematica debugger that they could
use to help me find where this bug is? I do standard mathematica.
I spend the last 6 hrs on this, and can't find the problem. I do not have a
debugger, so it is impossible to find where the bug is since it is a kernel
crash and I do not see what I am doing wrong. One thing I know is that if I
all the Epilog code in the code, the problem goes away.
This is the problem:
I have a manipulate, with a plot being drawn using Dynamics in the control
area. The plots uses control variables.
When I enter a value of a control variable using the slider (i.e. normal
method) there is no problem. no crash, even though the slider goes over the
same input value which will cause a crash when I enter this input as
follows:
I open the slider by clicking open on the small "+" next to the slider, and
type in a numerical value, the kernel crashes.
For example, There is a control variable called zeta in the program. When I
move the slider no crash happens. When I open the slider window and type in
a value then the crash happens. The strange thing, if I type in "1"
instead of "1.0" then it will crash, but if I type "1." no crash is seen
(i.e. add a decimal point !)
I have a screen shot here to help you see the problem:
http://12000.org/tmp/bug_input_slider/screen_shot.png
And the notebook is in the same folder, here:
http://12000.org/tmp/bug_input_slider/
it is called filter_v9.nb
All what you have to do just download the notebook, open it in Mathematica,
open the slider input area just like shown in the above image, and type in 1
Next, simply hit any other control with the mouse to activate, now the
kernel will crash.
As I said, if I type 1. instead of 1 (i.e. with a decimal point), the
problem does not happen.
Any one has version 7.0.1? does the problem happens with it also?
Thank you,
--Nasser
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