I am running 3.2.1_2.2 on a SUSE 9.1 box and have a number of problems with
DataPointSets reflected in the 'history' of things I did:
-I tried to open an xml file created with ANAPHE (from CERN) with a 2D DataPointSet
and it fails with an unknown tag exception in paida_gui/tkinter/ITree.py
(line 1360 or so..)
-First I thought this is due to incompatible xml files so I changed the DataPointSet
example to store the tree in a file and tried to read it in. Again exception
about unkown tag "dataPointSet".
-I tried to find out why and it seems that once inside a DataPointSet tag
it does not check for a </dataPointSet> end tag but instead for a "profile2d"
-After this fix it does not fail to read in the datapointset from the example
but it only reads in the first of the eight datapoints (confirmed by the
'size'). Looking into the xml file it seems that the end tag for all datapoints
is missing. A cross-check with my file from ANAPHE confirms that there should
-Reading in the datapointset from the ANAPHE file works. Even size and dimension
give the correct values. But when trying to plot it, it throws another exception
and I gave up (not even remembering where exactly it fails...)
Any help/ideas/comments? I assume the problems are due to quite simple bugs
which could only survive because DataPointSets may not be as heavily tested
as histograms and ntuples??
From: Koji KISHIMOTO <korry@us...> - 2004-09-01 06:43:24
Thank you for your detailed pointing out and it was very helpful to the
As you say, they were simple bugs and I've fixed them.
- checking </dataPointSet> correctly
- adding a closing tag </dataPoint> for every dataPoint
- filling imported dataPointSet data to all dimensions correctly
I will release a bug fix version 3.2.1_2.2.1 soon.
Please try it out.
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