#75 Stack overflow running custom report

v2.3.x
closed-duplicate
ghtml (13)
5
2009-11-07
2009-11-02
Adam Monsen
No

I wrote a report to print out total time worked per day. I noticed today the report was displaying only the column headers. When running gnotime from the command line, I see the following in the console:

Error: GnoTime caught an error during scheme parse
Error: Stack overflow

No worries if you don't want to debug my small report, I'm just not sure where to start on _how_ to debug it. I suppose it needs some dynamic or hard-coded parameters to, for instance, limit the report to the last month or two.

My ~/.gnome2/gnotime.d/gnotime-data.xml is 256Kb. I can provide it if that helps, but I'd rather gpg-encrypt it and send it directly to someone who wants it.

Discussion

  • Adam Monsen

    Adam Monsen - 2009-11-02

    simple daily times report

     
  • Adam Monsen

    Adam Monsen - 2009-11-02

    I noticed the Activity Journal report was also looking messed up, and "Reports -> Daily..." crashes gnotime.

    I was able to fix these problems and the one I originally reported by manually removing 122 of the 125 tasks in my gnotime-data.xml file. I generally create a new task every week.

    Feel free to close with whatever resolution you prefer, or let me know if you'd like my original gnotime-data.xml file.

     
  • Goedson Teixeira Paixao

    This problem is a duplicate of bug #1402562 which has been recently fixed. Check our master branch for the fix or the patch attached to the refered bug for the solution.

     
  • Goedson Teixeira Paixao

    • assigned_to: nobody --> goedson
    • status: open --> closed-duplicate
     
  • Goedson Teixeira Paixao

    Hi, Adam.

    Could you please send me your original gnotime-data.xml (if you still have it) so I can check that this bug is fixed in current master branch? My GPG key finger print is 20FC AD60 E8C8 D2EB 064A 8F5B EED8 D4CC 1DEB 8EAE

     

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