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PSPP-BUG: Frequency Histogram Causes Crash

From: Benoit Flippen
Subject: PSPP-BUG: Frequency Histogram Causes Crash
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 19:00:08 -0400

I'm using the latest git version, and it compiled just fine (got cairo and pango, including dev libraries). But when I'm doing a frequencies analysis I run in to problems if I try to include a histogram (with or without the normal curve).

This happens from psppire, as well as within pspp from the command line. I'm doing a small file with two variables. 12 values each, all values between 90 and 130.

I'm running Linux Mint XFCE (an Ubuntu variant). 64 bit. Intel mobile processor (core 3i or something like that?? I don't recall).

Below is the command and the error output:


    > /VARIABLES= twina twinb
pspp: src/output/tab.c:474: do_tab_text: Assertion `r < tab_nr (table)' failed.
You have discovered a bug in PSPP.  Please report this
to address@hidden.  Please include this entire
message, *plus* several lines of output just above it.
For the best chance at having the bug fixed, also
include the syntax file that triggered it and a sample
of any data file used for input.
proximate cause:     Assertion Failure/Abort
version:             GNU pspp 0.7.7 (Tue Apr  5 21:36:48 EDT 2011).
host_system:         x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
build_system:        x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
locale_dir:          /usr/local/share/locale
compiler version:    4.4.3

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