Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

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ntnll
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by ntnll » Sun Nov 03, 2019 10:58 am

Rafalec wrote:
Sun Nov 03, 2019 8:42 am
Yes exactly.
Oh, I never saw this issue before. Can you please send me the log of the update run? The one attached is the after-update one.
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by peterg » Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:34 am

ntnll wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 10:59 am
peterg wrote:
Fri Nov 01, 2019 8:27 am
Hi Antonello
RC64 crashed at LMML.
After inserting the flightplan I got a box for the SID, I selected. "AGAR2B" and crash.
I'm back to RC 63, everything worked fine.
I could not generate a bug report on my Mac. Permissions problem
Hi peterg,
thanks for the feedback. I can't reproduce the issue, if you have the chance, can you please send me the log.txt after the crash?

Thanks,
a.
Hi Antonello
same with RC 65
Log.txt attached
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by ntnll » Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:14 am

peterg wrote:
Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:34 am
ntnll wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 10:59 am
peterg wrote:
Fri Nov 01, 2019 8:27 am
Hi Antonello
RC64 crashed at LMML.
After inserting the flightplan I got a box for the SID, I selected. "AGAR2B" and crash.
I'm back to RC 63, everything worked fine.
I could not generate a bug report on my Mac. Permissions problem
Hi peterg,
thanks for the feedback. I can't reproduce the issue, if you have the chance, can you please send me the log.txt after the crash?

Thanks,
a.
Hi Antonello
same with RC 65
Log.txt attached
The log says you don't need update:

124thATC v2.0-a60RC65 08:05:22: This RC version doesn't need an update: 2060 65 > 2060 65

It should not suggests any update
a.
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by peterg » Mon Nov 04, 2019 9:06 pm

The problem is that Xplane chrash at LMML. Today I flow from LGAV to LMML without any problems. When I insert the flightplan from LMML and select a SID Xplane chrashes.
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by ntnll » Mon Nov 04, 2019 9:49 pm

peterg wrote:
Mon Nov 04, 2019 9:06 pm
The problem is that Xplane chrash at LMML. Today I flow from LGAV to LMML without any problems. When I insert the flightplan from LMML and select a SID Xplane chrashes.
Can you test please if it happens on the last 66 version too?
Thanks,
a.
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by peterg » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:16 am

Hi Antonello,
same with RC66. XPlane crashed at LMML when I select a SID. Sorry!!
Log.txt attached
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by vittop » Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:33 am

Hi Antonello, I am testing RC66. Generally speaking runs good, but I discovered a small bug, since I experienced a crash when filing flightplans from seaplane wateways. It happened at NYC Seaplane Skyport (6N7) and also at Seattle Seaplanes (0W0). For this latter, I collected the debug files, please find them attached. Thanks
bugReport.tar.gz
Note: I asked XP11 to start from 0W0 (N47°37.66' / W122°19.91') but Log.txt contains W55 since the plugin offered automatically this into flightplan form. I remember this behaviour sometimes happens at Olympia,WA airport as well, since a helipad is very close to airport runway. Actually W55 is another nearby seaplane base (N47°37.74' / W122°20.32'): both seaplane bases are located 1 miles N of Seattle,WA. In any case I don't think this is the problem with the crash. In fact, I repeated the test and forced 0W0 as departure airport in my flightplan, but still I had a crash. I have a bugreport for this as well:
bugReport2.tar.gz
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by ntnll » Tue Nov 05, 2019 1:19 pm

Thanks guys, testing ASAP.

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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by peterg » Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:20 am

Hi Antonello,
this Morning fromLIRP to LSGG without any problems.
At LSGG Plane crashed when selecting the SID
Log.txt attached, I hope it helps.
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by ntnll » Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:29 pm

I checked, the crash apparently occurs only on linux. I've been testing the previous RC, all of them crash. When did you linux users, started to face those crashes?
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by vittop » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:04 pm

ntnll wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:29 pm
I checked, the crash apparently occurs only on linux. I've been testing the previous RC, all of them crash. When did you linux users, started to face those crashes?
I browsed back my posts, and found one I sent on Dec 29, 2018 7:57 pm, when crashed occurred as I tried to file a flightplan probably due to a STAR problem.
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by ntnll » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:17 pm

I suppose is due a bug of the taxi parser.
The taxi parser function, is one of the really few still-untouched portions of the original source code by helicharly, and is extremely bugged. I need to rewrite it from scratch, and I really would like to push it back to next release, as it can requires weeks of work and tests.

I'm pushing now a patched version that should address the issue, but in some way, reduce the efficiency of the parser. Unfortunately this portion of the code is unstable, and not reliable, so I'll keep it pushed back as I did for AI, for the sake of stability.
BTW, apparently, for some reason, the bug affects just linux users.

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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by peterg » Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:51 am

Hi Antonello,
I´m on a Mac
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by ntnll » Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:15 am

peterg wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:51 am
Hi Antonello,
I´m on a Mac
Hi Peterg,
Sorry my bad, I meant Unix like, not Windows computer.
Can anybody confirm if the issue has been addressed with the work around?
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Re: Release Candidate (RC) Version - Download and Feedback

Post by vittop » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:04 pm

ntnll wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:17 pm
I suppose is due a bug of the taxi parser.
The taxi parser function, is one of the really few still-untouched portions of the original source code by helicharly, and is extremely bugged. I need to rewrite it from scratch, and I really would like to push it back to next release, as it can requires weeks of work and tests.

I'm pushing now a patched version that should address the issue, but in some way, reduce the efficiency of the parser. Unfortunately this portion of the code is unstable, and not reliable, so I'll keep it pushed back as I did for AI, for the sake of stability.
BTW, apparently, for some reason, the bug affects just linux users.

a.
Hi, I tried to takeoff from Malta, Luqa LMML to LSGG, just to see if I had the same issue i.e. a crash when choosing a SID, but I did not: t/o was regular and I reached my assigned cruise altitude at 12.000ft. (I am flying a single engined GA plane). The crash happened instead as I, once seen I had no problem with initial phases, decided to land earlier than declared in the flightplan, by declaring emergency to land at Palermo. Please find the debug as usual attached.
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