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Re: OPLOT fails intermittently, any ideas? attached png
Lawrence Bleau wrote:
> In article <3B558E4C.15326C2C@fz-juelich.de>, Reimar Bauer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >If you are able to make sav files of the data when it happens,
> >some of us in this news group probably could see if it will be a problem
> >in idl5.4 /idl5.4.1 too.
> >We need for this test a small programm script and the sav data.
> Done. Go to umtof.umd.edu, anonymous ftp, and get the files bug.pro and
> oplot_saveall.sav . Do a .run bug.pro, it'll do the restore and the plot/oplot
> I'm using Z-buffer, btw.
> >And you should give this to technical support at rsinc too.
> I already did. Actually, I just received a reply from them this morning, not
> good. Here's what Doug Loucks, Technical Support Engineer for RSI, said:
> >Thank you for helping out with a test case.
> >We verified that this is a bug and it appears in IDL 5.5 as well, so it
> >isn't restricted to the VMS platform.
> >Unfortunately, we don't know of a way to work around the problem at this
> >time. You might try removing the PSYM; we found that the problem did not
> >occur if PSYM is not used. If you can find another approach that doesn't use
> >the Z Buffer, that might help.
> >This bug may be very difficult to track down, since it seems to be related
> >to combinations of OPLOT, PSYM, and the Z Buffer.
> >Apologies for any inconveniences ths may have caused. The information and
> >test case you have provided are valuable and we appreciate your efforts in
> >putting them together.
> My thanks to Doug for confirming this is a problem elsewhere. Now to fix
> it.... If any of you comes up with a combo that works around the bug, please
> inform this group and I'll test it on my system. I use the Z-buffer to have
> IDL prepare - in a noninteractive session - a plot to be written to a disk file
> in GIF format.
my version information.
* Structure !VERSION, 7 tags, length=44:
ARCH STRING 'x86'
OS STRING 'linux'
OS_FAMILY STRING 'unix'
RELEASE STRING '5.4.1'
BUILD_DATE STRING 'Jan 16 2001'
MEMORY_BITS INT 32
INT = 32
As Craig too I don't have this failure you got.
The image is attached as png file.
P.S. it's better to use  for arrays and () for functions
Institut fuer Stratosphaerische Chemie (ICG-1)
a IDL library at ForschungsZentrum Juelich
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