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I've poked around looking for a solution to my problem to no avail. I have a wxFrame that includes a wxNotebook with multiple tabs. I want to include a mpWindow within a notebook tab. I am opting not to use a sizer as I have manually placed other wxwidgets using a form editor. When I run my code, the mpWindow displays on the screen in the correct notebook tab. However, I keep getting this error over and over again in a dialog box:
[mpWindow::OnPaint] vis.area:596x396 px=0 py=0
The error will keep displaying even if i hit okay unless I drag the dialog box away from the mpWindow (it creates a new dialog box on top of the mpWindow upon close).
The code is relatively simple but there may be some conflict with events or some other intricacies that I am unaware of. (One of my other tabs has a wxglcanvas but I don't think that is the issue as it still displays the error with the wxglcanvas disabled)
Here's my code snippet:
/* Code is within a subclass of a wxFrame in the constructor */
//Configure is an individual wxNotebook tab
mpWindow* m_histogram = new mpWindow( Configure, -1, wxPoint(0,0), wxSize(600,400), wxSUNKEN_BORDER );
mpScaleX* xaxis = new mpScaleX(wxT("X"), mpALIGN_BOTTOM, false, mpX_NORMAL);
mpScaleY* yaxis = new mpScaleY(wxT("Y"), mpALIGN_LEFT, false);
//Is SetScr needed here? I added it to mess around but it didn't help
m_histogram->AddLayer( xaxis );
m_histogram->AddLayer( yaxis );
Any help would be appreciated as I am about to go crazy considering this isn't all that conceptually difficult by any means.
I'm just trying to get a graph to display without constantly triggering error dialog boxes.
It is not an error: it is only a debug output. Probably I forgot to disable it in some release of wxMathPlot. Just comment out the line 24 of mathplot.cpp (#define MATHPLOT_DO_LOGGING) and rebuild wxMathPlot
For next releases this define will be stripped out of the code and defined through CMake.
Ah, Thanks. That explains a lot haha.