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Sebastien Tricaud wrote on 2/24/09 9:06 PM:
> OK. As far as I search for your exception, it means there are other
> people facing it on MacOS only. I will look for a workaround.

Glad it's not just me.

> You may use 'port' instead of 'integer', which will display ports from
> 0 to 1024 on half of the axis, and the other half will be from 1024 to
> 65535.

Ah, nice.  I didn't see it documented anywhere, did I miss it?  If so,
where should I find it so I can see what else I missed?  :-)

> No, this is not your mistake, blame MacOS :-)

OK!  Darn you Steve Jobs!  :)

> Can you type 'bt' here and send us the backtrace?

All right, I made up a pcv with the same format but only one flow in it
and I obfuscated IPs.  (So heatline won't obviously be any good, but
it's what I was using before...)

(gdb) run -Tpngcairo -Rheatline -rra fc15.pcv
Starting program: /usr/local/bin/pcv -Tpngcairo -Rheatline -rra fc15.pcv
Reading symbols for shared libraries ++++++.... done
Reading symbols for shared libraries .. done
Reading symbols for shared libraries
................................................................ done
Reading symbols for shared libraries . done

Program received signal EXC_ARITHMETIC, Arithmetic exception.
0x95a8231e in __udivdi3 ()
(gdb) bt
#0  0x95a8231e in __udivdi3 ()
#1  0x00206cd4 in output (image=0x1002b0, arg=0x0) at
#2  0x00027003 in picviz_plugin_load (plugin_type=PLUGIN_TYPE_OUTPUT,
plugin_name=0x5100 "libpicvizoutpngcairo.so", image=0x1002b0, arg=0x0)
at /Users/mpatters/src/picviz-0.5/src/libpicviz/plugins.c:64
#3  0x00004d14 in main (argc=5, argv=0xbffff72c) at

Let me know if I should quit sending this stuff to the list and instead
send it directly to you or somebody else, I don't want to fill up the
list with a bunch of goo.



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