--- Comment #2 from Colin Griffith <tyna...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Alexander Semke from comment #1)
> (In reply to Colin Griffith from comment #0)
> > Application: labplot2 (2.4.0)
> > Qt Version: 5.9.3
> > Frameworks Version: 5.43.0
> > Operating System: Linux 4.13.0-32-generic x86_64
> > Distribution: KDE neon User Edition 5.12
> > -- Information about the crash:
> > I was repeatedly performing curve fitting with multi-peak Gaussian curves.
> > The algorithm for determining best fit doesn't work very well, so I have to
> > manually adjust values to be sorta close and then it seems to work.
> > Sometimes, however, it just crashes when I finish editing the curve
> > parameters and apply them. I sadly cannot remember now if it crashed when I
> > hit 'Apply', or if it crashed when I clicked the button to recalculate the
> > curves.
> The call stack you attached indicates that you changed the "auto precision"
> options in the properties widget for an axis. This part was reworked a bit
> recently and should be safe already.
> > There are a number of oddities to the version of Labplot2 in the Neon
> > repositories, though. It reports itself as version 2.4, but has a feature
> > that the website claims will be new in 2.5 (setting lower/upper limits on
> > curve fitting parameters).
> We changed the version a bit late during the development of 2.5. Looks like
> Neon picked out the code of 2.5 in development but with the version still
> set to 2.4. The current code in the repository has the version set to 2.5 -
> we're preparing the next release right now. Does Neon provides a more recent
> version of LabPlot or do you have any chance to compile it from sources? The
> fitting functionality was greatly extended for 2.5 and any kind of feedback
> and additional testing would be great here. Thanks!
As far as I'm aware, I'm on the latest version of Labplot that KDE Neon has
packages for. I paused while typing this just to double check, and indeed there
are no new updates.
I don't think I have all the packages necessary to compile Labplot, but I can
probably try installing them and doing so. The 'INSTALL' file seems to include
all the info I'll need for that :)
It's getting rather late, so I'll probably do this tomorrow morning. Glad to
know the odd package version isn't MY fault :) Hopefully this is why CAS
worksheets are broken too... But that'd be a completely different bug report.
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