[Qgis-developer] Blocking issues?
marco.hugentobler at sourcepole.ch
Thu May 3 16:49:16 EDT 2012
>There is also a ticket about a regression in the print composer: since
>1.7.x there is an issue when printing large formats on win32
I've just tried to print to A0 with QGIS 1.6 on win7 (64bit, but QGIS
compiled on WoW 32 bit) and got the crash. For me, it looks like a
memory problem, not like a regression.
Some more observations:
-QGIS on win7 compiled with msvc 64 bit: printing to A0 works
-Linux 64bit: printing to A0 works (I remember it worked on 32bit Linux
too, probably because gcc is able to use more memory than msvc 32bit).
- No problem on Mac 64bit
Also, I don't recall larger changes in the print composer that could be
related (but maybe in core components of QGIS and in the Qt libs?).
So the resolution is to use a 64bit compiled executable on Windows.
Since at Sourcepole, we need to have a 64bit win version ready for our
clients, we will also provide a public download for 1.8.
On 02.05.2012 23:09, Giovanni Manghi wrote:
> On Thu, 2012-05-03 at 07:00 +1000, Nathan Woodrow wrote:
>> For me http://hub.qgis.org/issues/5327 has needs to be fixed before
>> the release. In it's current state it renders editing polylines and
>> polygons useless and frustrating. This would not be good such a
>> otherwise good release.
> the issues tagged as blockers can be reached using the query linked on
> the right in redmine
> beside the node tool issue there are other two regressions and a ticket
> about the need to update licence files.
> There is also a ticket about a regression in the print composer: since
> 1.7.x there is an issue when printing large formats on win32. This is
> not a new/recently discovered issue, so it should not be a blocker as it
> was decided in Lyon, but nevertheless I would like you dev to consider
> try fix it in time for 1.8 as it affects *many* users.
> -- Giovanni --
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Dr. Marco Hugentobler
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