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Re: xlim gives memory exhausted error when used after plotting (v3.4.3 M
Re: xlim gives memory exhausted error when used after plotting (v3.4.3 MinGW Windows)
Fri, 10 Feb 2012 07:24:54 +0900 (JST)
I have build 3.6.1-rc0 on MinGW and test the script
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octave.exe:1> cd E:\usr\Tatsu\test\octave
octave.exe:2> clear; close all;
octave.exe:3> load xlimerror.mat
octave.exe:4> figure(1); clf;
octave.exe:5> hold on
octave.exe:6> semilogx(EstF, 20*log10(EstMag), 'b-')
octave.exe:7> xlim([minF maxF])
As was seen the above
error: memory exhausted or requested size too large for range of Octave's index
type -- trying to return to prompt
did not occur on 3.6.1-rc0
So please wait while.
--- On Thu, 2012/2/9, Bernhard Weller wrote:
> Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso-2 wrote
> > This is probably related to a number of log plotting bugs we have. I
> > think they've been fixed in 3.6.1. We'll probably be releasing 3.6.1.
> > soon. The release-candidate is currently making the rounds.
> > Indeed, I just confirmed that your problem exists in a development
> > build I have prior to these patches but it doesn't happen after them.
> > - Jordi G. H.
> Okay, so I'll upgrade to 3.6.1 as soon as it's out. It's just a bit strange
> that this error wasn't present in 3.4.2 and now is there in 3.4.3.
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