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[Scilab-users] Sicilab 6 GUI crashs

Dear Scilab team, 
Could you just tell me if you have a temporary work around concerning this issue..?

Regards
Michael
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Hi, to reproduce it:
Create a sci file (test.sci) with the following instructions (*):

jimport java.lang.ProcessBuilder;
jimport java.util.ArrayList;
cmd = ArrayList.new();
jinvoke(cmd,'add','echo')
jinvoke(cmd,'add','''AAAA''')
pb = ProcessBuilder.new(cmd);
jinvoke(pb,'start')
disp('BEFORE !! ...');
evstr('1+1;');
disp('...AFTER !!');

From Scilab 6.0:

exec test.sci

It randomly makes the GUI crash. But it will not fail (according to my tests) when executing directly (*) in the Scilab 6 GUI, without .sci file.

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Re: Sicilab 6 GUI crashs



2017-04-05 11:07 GMT+02:00 Michael Benguigui <[hidden email]>:
Dear Scilab team, 
Could you just tell me if you have a temporary work around concerning this issue..?

Regards
Michael
-------------------------------
Hi, to reproduce it:
Create a sci file (test.sci) with the following instructions (*):

jimport java.lang.ProcessBuilder;
jimport java.util.ArrayList;
cmd = ArrayList.new();
jinvoke(cmd,'add','echo')
jinvoke(cmd,'add','''AAAA''')
pb = ProcessBuilder.new(cmd);
jinvoke(pb,'start')
disp('BEFORE !! ...');
evstr('1+1;');
disp('...AFTER !!');

From Scilab 6.0:

exec test.sci

It randomly makes the GUI crash. But it will not fail (according to my tests) when executing directly (*) in the Scilab 6 GUI, without .sci file.



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Re: Sicilab 6 GUI crashs

Hello Michael,

Even if it can be frustrating, please keep the discussion on https://bugzilla.scilab.org/show_bug.cg
i?id=14698 rather than spamming the users ML. This users ML is dedicated to community knowledge
sharing and is not a way to contact us.

AFAIK there is no workaround and it is not clearly identified as Samuel noted.

Thanks,

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Le mardi 11 avril 2017 à 09:17 +0200, Michael Benguigui a écrit :

>
>
> 2017-04-05 11:07 GMT+02:00 Michael Benguigui <[hidden email]>:
> > Dear Scilab team, 
> > Could you just tell me if you have a temporary work around concerning this issue..?
> >
> > Regards
> > Michael
> > -------------------------------
> > Hi, to reproduce it:
> > Create a sci file (test.sci) with the following instructions (*):
> >
> > jimport java.lang.ProcessBuilder;
> > jimport java.util.ArrayList;
> > cmd = ArrayList.new();
> > jinvoke(cmd,'add','echo')
> > jinvoke(cmd,'add','''AAAA''')
> > pb = ProcessBuilder.new(cmd);
> > jinvoke(pb,'start')
> > disp('BEFORE !! ...');
> > evstr('1+1;');
> > disp('...AFTER !!');
> >
> > From Scilab 6.0:
> >
> > exec test.sci
> >
> > It randomly makes the GUI crash. But it will not fail (according to my tests) when executing
> > directly (*) in the Scilab 6 GUI, without .sci file.
> >
>
>
>
> -- 
> Michael Benguigui, Activeeon
> +33 6 304 37 37 0
> https://fr.linkedin.com/in/micha%C3%ABl-benguigui-23a85921
> skype: [hidden email]
> _______________________________________________
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