wxdraw gives an error after load(draw);kill(all);load(draw);

2013-10-05
2013-10-09
  • Rudolf Langer

    Rudolf Langer - 2013-10-05

    This produces an error with Maxima 5.30.0 and 5.31.1-1, but is working in 5.28:

    load(draw);
    kill(all);
    load(draw);
    wxdraw3d(points([[1,2,3]]));

    If using draw3d instead of wxdraw3d its working too. Some students in our school uses big portfolios with several chapters, every chapter usually starts with kill(all). If there are two or more chapters with load(draw) you'll get the error if you use the new version of maxima and evalute all cells...

     
    • Wilhelm Haager

      Wilhelm Haager - 2013-10-09

      That is indeed an annoying bug. I suggest, you post it in
      the Maxima mailing list. I think, you will get an answer
      within few hours and a solution within few days.

       
  • Rene Hansen

    Rene Hansen - 2013-10-07

    Also, when making a lot of plots like (for example)
    repeat the following two lines 40 (or more) times:

    testList : makelist(random(100), n, 16379)$
    wxdraw2d(points(testList));

    Version 5.31.1-1 freezes at about plot number 15. I tested Version 5.28 - it could do 35 or more plots without any problems.

    I have tested wxMaxima on a number of computers (all are Windows 7 Pro): on most computers version 5.31.1-1 works perfectly - other computers shows the above error.

     
    Last edit: Rene Hansen 2013-10-07

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