On Mon, 29 Aug 2011 21:01:12 +0200 Cedric BAIL <cedric.bail@...> said:
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 8:49 PM, Iván Briano (Sachiel)
> <sachieru@...> wrote:
> > 2011/8/29 Vincent Torri <vtorri@...>:
> >> On Mon, 29 Aug 2011, Tom Hacohen wrote:
> >>> On 29/08/11 19:34, Nicolas Aguirre wrote:
> >>>> SPANK SPANK SPANK!
> >>>> I can't launch enlightenment anymore after this commit :
> >>>> Here the backtrace :
> >>> Same as my "elementary_test won't start" thread. :)
> >>> So +1 from me.
> >> none of my evas-based app work here, so +1 too
> >> do I revert it ?
> > With a vengeance.
> As it break everything in svn, yes, should be reverted asap. At least
> discomfitor and I teached raster well, it tooks years, but we are
> reaching our goal !
wtf? you do know the recalc array thing is currently logically broken? and my
changes fix it to preserve order? i've got my changes running here - e17,
elementary, everything, no crashes or problems. not even valgrind bitches on
any of it. i have a few other unrelated changes i'm working on to try and fix
long winded recalc cycles, but that change actually fixes broken logic. did
anyone look a bit more deeply? only thing i saw was igloo's bt that doesn't
tell me much now the code's reverted.. therew may be 1 bit of the old calc
array code i hadnt kicked out - the calculate var. for some reason thats always
0 for me. also gcc warnings dont pick it up. gcc CHOULD have complained about
use of uninitialized variable. wtf? but i'm sitting here with changes in place
working and valgrind happy as a pig in mud too. it should have bitched as well.
i've put it back in and removed the old calculate array on the stack - if that
was it. why didn't gcc bitch though? at LEAST it should have bitched with all my
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