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Old 06-05-2014, 04:08 PM   #1
DGOP
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Cannot render graph after transition to Wheezy


Hi All,

I get the following error in my code after having upgraded to Wheezy:

X Error of failed request: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)
Major opcode of failed request: 152 (RENDER)
Minor opcode of failed request: 4 (RenderCreatePicture)
Serial number of failed request: 2465
Current serial number in output stream: 2474

The lines that produce the error are:

proc fmrgraph { f } {
# creates a graph in a frame and returns the address of the graph part
frame $f
graph $f.g -background #ffffff -plotbackground #ffffff\
-plotrelief flat -title "" ;# graph
$f.g configure -width 9i -height 5i
frame $f.c ;# frame for function buttons
button $f.c.maxmin -text MaxMin -command MaxMin
button $f.c.manual -text Manual -command [ list ManPick $f.g $f.c.manual ]
button $f.c.wipe -text WipeMarks -command [ list wipemarks $f.g ]
button $f.c.fit -text FitPick -command [ list FitPick $f.g ]
button $f.c.print -text Print -command[list PrintGraph $f.g]
button $f.c.dat -text "Save" -command Save
button $f.c.read -text "Read" -command Read
button $f.c.clear -text "Clear" -command Clear

pack $f.c.maxmin $f.c.manual $f.c.wipe $f.c.fit -side left
pack $f.c.print $f.c.clear $f.c.read $f.c.dat -side right
pack $f.g
pack $f.c -fill x

$f.g element create line1 -symbol none -label "" -color red
$f.g yaxis configure -title "Signal (V)"

return $f.g
}

set fgraph [fmrgraph $expt.g]
#return 'x'
pack $expt.g -side top


This is all based on inherited tcl-tk and blt subpackage code. I'm not sure if that helps.

Any ideas would be appreciated!

Cheers!

Dan
 
Old 06-08-2014, 12:26 PM   #2
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having upgraded to Wheezy:
From what?
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failed request: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)
I'm not the guy to ask, but if your code hasn't changed, that looks like a datatype has been redefined in-between kernel versions, which isn't likely, so look at the modules instead. Are you loading the same package of modules in wheezy that you were in your prior kernel?
 
  


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