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Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem :wink:

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  • Mario

I reported some and have some more :wink:

One for now: If you go to open PhAB application without closing the one
loaded first, there is good chance the PhAB will crash.

What really bugs me is the one I reported before - you can not print the
module tree. PhAB will crash every time you try. It is bad one - I’d love to
have the tree printed out …

Joe

“Mario Charest” <mcharest@antispam_zinformatic.com> wrote in message
news:9at293$5m4$1@inn.qnx.com

Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen
while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the
time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

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  • Mario

They get 10 crashes an hour here…

It’s real bad, close to unuasable. Strange cause I would
have expect QSSL to show more interest in fixing this.


On Mon, 9 Apr 2001 22:44:28 -0500, “Joe Hezina” <joshez@yahoo.com>
wrote:

I reported some and have some more > :wink:

One for now: If you go to open PhAB application without closing the one
loaded first, there is good chance the PhAB will crash.

What really bugs me is the one I reported before - you can not print the
module tree. PhAB will crash every time you try. It is bad one - I’d love to
have the tree printed out …

Joe

“Mario Charest” <mcharest@antispam_zinformatic.com> wrote in message
news:9at293$5m4$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …


Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen
while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the
time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

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  • Mario
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Hi…

Same unexplained crashes happened to us (Patch A). It was so bad that
people working on the GUI for our project switched to Java running on
Windows (no real time requirements). I could not stop them. I continue
embedded development using Nto (hard real time), but now the GUI people
do not want to know any thing about Photon and PhAB. :frowning: Too bad
because we work in a number of DARPA projects, and the GUI is what gives
visibility to the work we do.

Bests…

Miguel



Mario Charest wrote:

Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

  • Mario


Miguel Simon
Research Engineer
School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Oklahoma
http://www.amerobotics.ou.edu/

Miguel Simon wrote:

Hi…

Same unexplained crashes happened to us (Patch A). It was so bad that
people working on the GUI for our project switched to Java running on
Windows (no real time requirements). I could not stop them. I continue
embedded development using Nto (hard real time), but now the GUI people
do not want to know any thing about Photon and PhAB. > :frowning: > Too bad
because we work in a number of DARPA projects, and the GUI is what gives
visibility to the work we do.

My impression is that these bugs are going to kill PhAB/Photon …

I have ported XFree86 just to have a stable development environment
=:-/ and are now able to use the Qt libs.

However … a frame buffer driver is available now. Who will port Qt
embedded ??

Armin



Bests…

Miguel

Mario Charest wrote:

Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

  • Mario


Miguel Simon
Research Engineer
School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Oklahoma
http://www.amerobotics.ou.edu/

“Miguel Simon” <simon@ou.edu> wrote in message
news:3AD3C4BC.49C79C50@ou.edu

Hi…

Same unexplained crashes happened to us (Patch A). It was so bad that
people working on the GUI for our project switched to Java running on
Windows (no real time requirements). I could not stop them. I continue
embedded development using Nto (hard real time), but now the GUI people
do not want to know any thing about Photon and PhAB. > :frowning: > Too bad
because we work in a number of DARPA projects, and the GUI is what gives
visibility to the work we do.

The same it happening were I currently work. Might have a look at Tilcon,
since it’s primary source of revenu they probably are more reponsive.

Bests…

Miguel



Mario Charest wrote:

Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen
while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the
time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

  • Mario


Miguel Simon
Research Engineer
School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Oklahoma
http://www.amerobotics.ou.edu/

10 crashes in hour??

I’m in PhAB all day long and get crash only when I do something that I know
not to do (and do it anyway), like the above mentioned opening new app. w/o
closing the previous, etc. Otherwise it is actually pretty solid, I’d say,
lot better with Patch B release, and I’m quite happy with it.

There is one thing - the Patch A crashed a lot when full window dragging was
enabled in PhAB. I disabled that (outline dragging) and since then I don’t
have the “dragg-and-crash” problem. Perhaps something to try.

Joe


“Mario Charest” <mcharest@nozinformatic.com> wrote in message
news:3ad35788.20871641@inn.qnx.com

They get 10 crashes an hour here…

It’s real bad, close to unuasable. Strange cause I would
have expect QSSL to show more interest in fixing this.


On Mon, 9 Apr 2001 22:44:28 -0500, “Joe Hezina” <> joshez@yahoo.com
wrote:

I reported some and have some more > :wink:

One for now: If you go to open PhAB application without closing the one
loaded first, there is good chance the PhAB will crash.

What really bugs me is the one I reported before - you can not print the
module tree. PhAB will crash every time you try. It is bad one - I’d love
to
have the tree printed out …

Joe

“Mario Charest” <mcharest@antispam_zinformatic.com> wrote in message
news:9at293$5m4$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …


Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day.
He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen
while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the
time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

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  • Mario

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Armin…

Hi… I wonder, is your XFree86 + Qt port freely available? If so, how
could I get a hold of it?

Bests…

Miguel

Armin Steinhoff wrote:

Miguel Simon wrote:

Hi…

Same unexplained crashes happened to us (Patch A). It was so bad that
people working on the GUI for our project switched to Java running on
Windows (no real time requirements). I could not stop them. I continue
embedded development using Nto (hard real time), but now the GUI people
do not want to know any thing about Photon and PhAB. > :frowning: > Too bad
because we work in a number of DARPA projects, and the GUI is what gives
visibility to the work we do.

My impression is that these bugs are going to kill PhAB/Photon …

I have ported XFree86 just to have a stable development environment
=:-/ and are now able to use the Qt libs.

However … a frame buffer driver is available now. Who will port Qt
embedded ??

Humm… I am committed 200% of my time to my current projects, but I
may be forced to take a look at this in the near future any how. My
porting experience is limited though… big learning curve ahead. :frowning:

Armin


Bests…

Miguel

Mario Charest wrote:

Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

  • Mario


Miguel Simon
Research Engineer
School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Oklahoma
http://www.amerobotics.ou.edu/

Miguel Simon wrote:

Armin…

Hi… I wonder, is your XFree86 + Qt port freely available? If so, how
could I get a hold of it?

Bests…

Well … if have the time, I will place it ‘as it is’ at
sourceforge/openqnx (empty today).

Hope it will happen in the next two weeks …

Armin



Miguel

Armin Steinhoff wrote:

Miguel Simon wrote:

Hi…

Same unexplained crashes happened to us (Patch A). It was so bad that
people working on the GUI for our project switched to Java running on
Windows (no real time requirements). I could not stop them. I continue
embedded development using Nto (hard real time), but now the GUI people
do not want to know any thing about Photon and PhAB. > :frowning: > Too bad
because we work in a number of DARPA projects, and the GUI is what gives
visibility to the work we do.

My impression is that these bugs are going to kill PhAB/Photon …

I have ported XFree86 just to have a stable development environment
=:-/ and are now able to use the Qt libs.

However … a frame buffer driver is available now. Who will port Qt
embedded ??

Humm… I am committed 200% of my time to my current projects, but I
may be forced to take a look at this in the near future any how. My
porting experience is limited though… big learning curve ahead. > :frowning:


Armin


Bests…

Miguel

Mario Charest wrote:

Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day. He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

  • Mario


Miguel Simon
Research Engineer
School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Oklahoma
http://www.amerobotics.ou.edu/

On Wed, 11 Apr 2001 22:13:18 -0500, “Joe Hezina” <joshez@yahoo.com>
wrote:

10 crashes in hour??

Yeah, they are manipulation lots of images and big background.
I’ll make sure that they have full window dragging, but I’m get
the feeling it already is. Thanks for the tip.

They often get crash just editing resources.


I’m in PhAB all day long and get crash only when I do something that I know
not to do (and do it anyway), like the above mentioned opening new app. w/o
closing the previous, etc. Otherwise it is actually pretty solid, I’d say,
lot better with Patch B release, and I’m quite happy with it.

There is one thing - the Patch A crashed a lot when full window dragging was
enabled in PhAB. I disabled that (outline dragging) and since then I don’t
have the “dragg-and-crash” problem. Perhaps something to try.

Joe


“Mario Charest” <> mcharest@nozinformatic.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3ad35788.20871641@inn.qnx.com> …

They get 10 crashes an hour here…

It’s real bad, close to unuasable. Strange cause I would
have expect QSSL to show more interest in fixing this.


On Mon, 9 Apr 2001 22:44:28 -0500, “Joe Hezina” <> joshez@yahoo.com
wrote:

I reported some and have some more > :wink:

One for now: If you go to open PhAB application without closing the one
loaded first, there is good chance the PhAB will crash.

What really bugs me is the one I reported before - you can not print the
module tree. PhAB will crash every time you try. It is bad one - I’d love
to
have the tree printed out …

Joe

“Mario Charest” <mcharest@antispam_zinformatic.com> wrote in message
news:9at293$5m4$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …


Got some phab core dump. The guy behing me got two in the same day.
He
two crash seems unrelated as far as what he was doing. Once it happen
while
dragging,
the other time it was editing resources (font size).

This was NOT though phindows as everybody doing PhAb is now working
directly on a machine.

People here seems to have lots of trouble with phab. No one takes the
time
to gather info to help QSSL fix the problem > :wink:

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  • Mario



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