Subject: Re: coredump with plot(x,y,pch="+",cex=2.2) (PR#389)
From: Peter Dalgaard BSA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon 27 Dec 1999 - 10:08:24 EST
> Core dumped when plot() is used with pch="c" & cex > 2, e.g.,
> plot(1,1, pch="+", cex=2.2)
> Thank you and best wishes for 2000!
Works fine here...
Which flavour of linux is doing that to you? Did you install from
prepackaged binaries or compile R yourself? (I've had one report
saying that demo(graphics) crashed in RH6.0 when installing from .rpm)
Could you please try debugging a little further?
Try /path/to/R -d gdb, run, recreate the crash, and tell us what gdb
says at that that point and the first couple of line of "bt" output
might also be useful.
> --please do not edit the information below--
> platform = i586-unknown-linux
> arch = i586
> os = linux
> system = i586, linux
> status =
> major = 0
> minor = 90.1
> year = 1999
> month = December
> day = 15
> language = R
> Search Path:
> .GlobalEnv, Autoloads, package:base
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