00:00:10 * : [event.call: error occured in TMFlipFlopNode](event.call: error occured in TMFlipFlopNode): preparing slicecount of node FlipFlop (Animation) lead to recursion. (Y:\vvvv33_trunk\src\core\Graph.pas, Zeile 1002)
00:00:10 * : [event.call: error occured in TMToggleNode](event.call: error occured in TMToggleNode): preparing slicecount of node Change (String) lead to recursion. (Y:\vvvv33_trunk\src\core\Graph.pas, Zeile 1002)
A massive patch!
I could go through and try and load subpatches till I find it?
00:00:07 * : [validatevalue: error occured in ](validatevalue: error occured in ): Zugriffsverletzung bei Adresse 004031A8 in Modul ‘vvvv.exe’. Lesen von Adresse 00000000
00:00:05 * : [C:\iBAR\SRC\START-MASTER.v4p, Inspektor (VVVV) (ID: 1)](C:\iBAR\SRC\START-MASTER.v4p, Inspektor (VVVV) (ID: 1)): Zugriffsverletzung bei Adresse 0040799E in Modul ‘vvvv.exe’. Lesen von Adresse 6E6F6420
But at least one of those is the inspector which is always a bit flakey, its got saved in there because we start in root…
Or I could, email the whole patch?
Nothing I’ve found seems broken yet, but it might take a while to find if there is!
please take the time and reduce the problem to a single patch with as view nodes as needed to reproduce the error. find out which one node is the last you can delete so that the error no longer happens. document the patch with that information, post it here and tell us everything we need to do to cause the error.
if you have such a reproducible case we’d be glad to look at it.
a short description what needs to be done to cause the error
the thing is, that we are well aware of many of those random error issues but simply are missing precise ways to reproduce them, which we need to be able in order to debug it. therefore telling us that you have an event.call error is not as helpful as telling us exactly how you got it.
error1.v4p diplays the error on loading, I’ve taken as many nodes out as I could before the error didspears, its seems pretty random!!
TBH the trunk errors were the ones that worried me, event calls pop up fairly regulary,