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Old 05-05-2014, 02:46   #31
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Re: S63_PI Beta Test 0.5.0

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Do you happen to have a public TCP AIS feed for southern northeastern Spain?

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This is just in-house (UDP) for the moment - Barcelona port is within our range.
Running from an Olimex A20 board with OpenCPN as the server.

We are a bit reluctant to convert this into a public feed (bandwidth, security).
When getting fiber access bandwidth may be a non issue. And we will have to move it into a DMZ perhaps.
Open for suggestions.

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You ever tried TCP/IP 80.78.213.46 Port 6492 for Baltic Sea with more than 1000 targets?
Slows down OpenCPN significally when you move the chart to Baltic Sea to see the targets.

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Re: S63_PI Beta Test 0.5.0

hello Dave,

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Also, please check the installer messages in
https://github.com/bdbcat/s63_pi/tre...nguage%20files
There have been some changes here.
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Dave, in the "Langstrings_FRENCH.nsh.in" there is :
LangString Msg_UAC_No_Elevation ${LANG_FRENCH} "Unable to elevate , error $0"What do you undestand by To elevate in this case ?
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hello dave,

Here join new frehc file language for s63
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Old 05-05-2014, 06:07   #35
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Dave,

good news for S-63/OpenCPN, bad news for me:

I installed now for testing the S-63 charts on the Win7 PC and all is ok.
When I remembered that his one had problems in the past with OpenGL (memory leak...) and so is running with OpenGL disabled.

Now, OpenGL disabled on the W8.1 PC AND restarting the program (not just toggling OpenGL while running) keeps this one happy as well.

Sorry for the noise....

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Re: S63_PI Beta Test 0.5.0

Even with OpenGL toogled off, I can still hike up memory usage towards 1 Go for seven charts by repeatedly panning to each one (and having to press the green bottom tab when a chart fails to display) (PS quilting is on)
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On XP and W7, memory grows when I pan/zoom until all available S63 charts have been loaded once. Then it stays more or less static.

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Dave,

also taking SailorF54's observation:
panning around will increase used memory. Even when you have touched all charts.
Or just stay in one place and zoom in and out, bit more a bit less. Do this various times. Memory goes up slowly.
(This is different from the OpenGL issue - doing nothing the memory stays at the same amount).

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Hubert, et al...

OK, let me try to get this straight.

We see memory leaks on S63 in the following conditions:

1. OpenGL on.
2. Ownshipor AIS targets on screen.
3. Zooming and panning.

Is this true?
In the case where ownship and AIS is not on screen, zooming and panning slowly increases memory without limit until crash?

Can we say definitely that without OpenGL, there is no memory leak?

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Gilletarom:

in the "Langstrings_FRENCH.nsh.in" there is :
LangString Msg_UAC_No_Elevation ${LANG_FRENCH} "Unable to elevate , error $0"What do you undestand by To elevate in this case ?

"elevate" in this sense is to increase the user privilege to Administrator.

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Hubert...

May I please see a full-screen screenshot of the options->charts->s63 charts dialog page, showing the default scrollbars?

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Re: S63_PI Beta Test 0.5.0

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Hubert, et al...

OK, let me try to get this straight.

We see memory leaks on S63 in the following conditions:

1. OpenGL on.
2. Ownshipor AIS targets on screen.
3. Zooming and panning.

Is this true?
In the case where ownship and AIS is not on screen, zooming and panning slowly increases memory without limit until crash?

Can we say definitely that without OpenGL, there is no memory leak?

Thanks
Dave
In my case (W7), zooming and panning (with or without openGL on, no GPS or AIS feed) slowly increases memory usage, over 1 Go (until computer hangs).
This may be linked to the fact that the charts often (but not always) fail to appear on screen at any degree of zoom, even though they have been opened previously, and I have to hit the green bottom tab again to display them.
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Re: S63_PI Beta Test 0.5.0

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May I please see a full-screen screenshot of the options->charts->s63 charts dialog page, showing the default scrollbars?

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Dave,

this is getting funny:
the first two screenshots are from the W8 PC, with and w/o scrollbar.
But I can't reproduce the "first click shifts" there any longer
Now, on the W7 this still happens (third screen - the top tabs do disappear partly).

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Re: S63_PI Beta Test 0.5.0

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Hubert, et al...

OK, let me try to get this straight.

We see memory leaks on S63 in the following conditions:

1. OpenGL on.
2. Ownshipor AIS targets on screen.
3. Zooming and panning.

Is this true?
In the case where ownship and AIS is not on screen, zooming and panning slowly increases memory without limit until crash?

Can we say definitely that without OpenGL, there is no memory leak?

Thanks
Dave
1. and 2. are related to OpenGL in my case and will eat up the memory by the time without doing anything.
OpenGL switched off and not zooming nor panning everything is stable.

3. happens even when OpenGL is switched off, just moving the charts around.
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hello Dave,

here join the Langstrings_FRENCH.nsh.in file
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We had today a report from a MAC user about a SEG-fault on 10.7 Lion with the latest fingerprint (the 0.2 version).
On our 10.9.2 this is ok - testers please!!

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