gvSIG bugs #2302

gvSIG freezes after some actions using OSGeo Live DVD (Linux + JRE 7)

Added by Juan Lucas Domínguez almost 8 years ago. Updated almost 8 years ago.

Status:Won't fix% Done:

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Priority:NormalSpent time:-
Assignee:Juan Lucas Domínguez
Category:-
Target version:2.1.0-2221-testing
Severity: Add-on version:
gvSIG version:2.1.0 Add-on build:
gvSIG build:2218 Add-on resolve version:
Operative System:Linux Add-on resolve build:
Keywords: Proyecto:
Has patch:No Hito:
Add-on name:Unknown

Description

Reported by jsanz:

See attachment here: #1633

I've tested gvSIG 2.1 on the latest build of the OSGeo Live DVD (beta of 7.9 release) both on VirtualBox and as an stand alone DVD and the error is still there. I've been able to reproduce the error several times with this script of actions

create a view and add some layers
create a map layout and add the vie
add a legend
entre on the legend properties and change the font
gvSIG becomes unresponsive
I attach an archive with the environment file and the gvSIG log at the moment it's frozen.

History

#1 Updated by Juan Lucas Domínguez almost 8 years ago

  • gvSIG build set to 2218

#2 Updated by Juan Lucas Domínguez almost 8 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Awaiting response

This issue happened with Linux + openJDK 7.
It would be interesting to test this on Linux + Oracle JRE 7 to see if it happens.

#3 Updated by Manuel Madrid almost 8 years ago

Tested with OSGeo-Live 7.0 + gvSIG 2.1_2218 + Oracle Java 7

It happens just after adding a layer in a view.

I also tested it with Oracle Java 6.2 and it works fine even following the steps provided by Jorge.

Manuel.

#4 Updated by Juan Lucas Domínguez almost 8 years ago

I cannot reproduce this problem on Windows 7 + Oracle JRE 1.7.0_45.

#5 Updated by Álvaro Anguix almost 8 years ago

Yo me he descargado el Live 7 y he estado un buen rato probando con gvSIG y tampoco me ocurre el error.
Me da la impresión que pueda tener algo que ver con las características del ordenador, tipo drivers de tarjeta gráfica o similar, o de la versión de Linux que estén usando.
No creo que sea un problema de gvSIG.

#6 Updated by Juan Lucas Domínguez almost 8 years ago

Ok, también podría ser por el tema que tengan instalado en Linux o el gestor de ventanas. Hay mensajes en los foros hablando de problemas con Linux + Java 1.7. Esta web por ejemplo habla de la variable de sistema "_JAVA_AWT_WM_NONREPARENTING" pero tampoco lo he mirado mucho: http://awesome.naquadah.org/wiki/Problems_with_Java

#7 Updated by Joaquín del Cerro Murciano almost 8 years ago

  • Target version changed from 2.1.0-2219-testing to 2.1.0-2221-testing

#8 Updated by Álvaro Anguix almost 8 years ago

  • Status changed from Awaiting response to Won't fix

Definitivamente esto no parece ser un error de gvSIG, por lo que desde la aplicación poco podemos hacer.

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