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A layer using a mask and a label with repeatdistance can crash #4764

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aboudreault opened this Issue Sep 25, 2013 · 5 comments

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aboudreault commented Sep 25, 2013

A layer using a mask with labels can crash if the label x/y is below 0. This case happens when using repeatdistance. The crash happends in msAddLabel.

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@aboudreault I've moved the milestone to 6.2.2, please add to branch-6-2 if you're going to work on it. thanks.

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tbonfort commented Sep 25, 2013

@aboudreault I've moved the milestone to 6.2.2, please add to branch-6-2 if you're going to work on it. thanks.

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Yes, I've checked to also set the milestone 6.2.2 but it seems we can't.

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aboudreault commented Sep 25, 2013

Yes, I've checked to also set the milestone 6.2.2 but it seems we can't.

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Thomas, how do you prefer to work? Do you want me to add my patch also in branch-6-4 and master using cherry-pick, or you would like to do some merging?

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aboudreault commented Sep 25, 2013

Thomas, how do you prefer to work? Do you want me to add my patch also in branch-6-4 and master using cherry-pick, or you would like to do some merging?

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Alan, the recommended way would be to do two merges (6-2 into 6-4, then 6-4 into master). You'll definitely have a small conflict to resolve in the 6-4 to master one.

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tbonfort commented Sep 25, 2013

Alan, the recommended way would be to do two merges (6-2 into 6-4, then 6-4 into master). You'll definitely have a small conflict to resolve in the 6-4 to master one.

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Fixed in branch-6-2, branch-6-4 and master.

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aboudreault commented Sep 25, 2013

Fixed in branch-6-2, branch-6-4 and master.

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