warlord at MIT.EDU
Mon Oct 13 21:50:51 CDT 2003
Do you have scheduled transactions in your data file?
If so, are any of them due to be posted?
Laurent Duperval <lduperval at videotron.ca> writes:
> Roland Roberts wrote:
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> >>>>>>"ld" == Laurent Duperval <lduperval at videotron.ca> writes:
> > ld> With the CVS version, when I start up GC, the CPU goes to 100%
> > ld> and nothing happens. Has anyone noticed this? It didn't happen
> > ld> with my previous update which was about three weeks ago. I
> > ld> have a file which contains scheduled transactions and does
> > ld> reports on startup, if that matters any.
> >You know, this rings a bell, and I remember it happening to me a long
> >time ago, but I can't remember the details :-/ Try the list archives
> >(if you haven't already).
> >I'm still seeing times when GnuCash *appears* to hang, but no CPU use
> >and the real cause is some window manager interaction that throws a
> >dialog onto a different virtual desktop.
> Hmm, I didn't find this other dialog, I let GC run all afternoon and
> nothing happened. I just had a flash. I was originally loading a file
> from the "Open recent" menu. I tried to load it instead from the
> command line and it loaded properly. I also noticed this on stdout:
> ** CRITICAL **: file gnc-transaction-xml-v2.c: line 441
> (set_tran_date): assertion `is_valid_timespec(tm)' failed.
> I'm thinking that it may have something to do with the fact that I
> can't load a second file. But I don't know.
> I've replied to the user and the devel list. Please edit it
> appropriately when replying. I think this is a development issue,
> since it's from the CVS build.
> <Laurent Duperval> lduperval at videotron.ca
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