Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 590524
[fix available] openoffice.org chart crash on inf values
Last modified: 2011-08-03 05:05:23 EDT
Created attachment 412705 [details]
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Description of problem:
openoffice.org spreadsheet crashed several times. Each time text output to be submitted as a bug report was generated.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
It occurred at least 4 times; I have not tried to reproduce it.
Steps to Reproduce:
You have nvidia video drivers installed, that always makes me suspicious as they have historically caused any number of odd problems, so I'd really prefer to have a reproducible route to re-create this crash. From the stack it appears to be on rendering an embedded chart. Is it possible to attach here the document with the embedded chart which is triggering this problem ? Or if not, to send it directly to me in private.
I'm getting this stack when rotating a 3d chart. No crash yet, though.
dtardon->jmehl: What kind of chart did you manipulate?
Alas, I have not had time to narrow down the conditions where the bug occurs. I was NOT directly manipulating a chart; certainly not rotating it. However the spreadsheet I was working on had two XY-charts on the active sheet. The data fields were solutions to a differential equation that got updated when I change parameters. The plot then got updated. I believe there were NANs in the data fields just before the crash.
Could you attach the spreadsheet here, even if its not crashing now, might give us something to work with to trigger it ourselves.
I see it now. Reproducible on x86_64
Submitted fix upstream, checked into devel.
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