I am using Ubuntu 16.04 (on a fresh install) and the way I plot the graph is using a GraphWidget that is attached to a Glade-generated GUI. The error I get is a segmentation fault that kills the whole python environment, which leads me to believe that there is something going on with the rendering library - you can see the code dies in the middle of rendering. Note that this happens on v2.22 and v2.23 but NOT on v.2.19. 

I know I am not being much more specific than before, but posting the code that currently crashes would be of zero help since it far from the simple example that you are asking. 

I was hoping that somebody else on the forum might have observed similar behavior. If not I will spend some time trying to create a simple and self-contained example that captures this behavior.


On Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 11:30 PM, Tiago de Paula Peixoto <tiago@skewed.de> wrote:
On 22.09.2017 19:21, Evangelos Petsalis wrote:
> Hi,
> I recently upgraded to v2.22 (from v2.19) and I noticed that with the new
> version when I use the roller button on the mouse to zoom in or out, the
> application crashes with a segmentation fault - this was NOT the case with
> v2.19.
> I was wondering if anybody else has experienced similar issues or have any
> ideas how to resolve the issue.

I've never observed any problems of this kind.

Whenever reporting problems, it is crucial to give some basic background
information (e.g. what OS and distribution you are using), and some simple
and clear reproduction steps, otherwise it is virtually impossible to help.


Tiago de Paula Peixoto <tiago@skewed.de>

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