[teqc] bug in Linux x86 teqc since 21 Jan 2005
lou at unavco.org
Tue Mar 8 14:24:47 MST 2005
(I was probably drooling over the Cassini/Huygens images of Titan
too much ...)
A bug was introduced into the development version of teqc on 21 Jan
2005 that effected at least Linux x86 executables in the following way:
If you try to read/write any type of RINEX file (GPS, GLONASS, SBAS)
in any way (to edit, splice, window, or even null filter), a memory
or segmentation fault will most likely occur.
If you've asked for a Linux x86 development version of teqc since
21 Jan 2005 (check with `teqc +id` and look at the version line),
then your current executable probably has this bug. I can send you
a fixed executable if you need it.
Note: The bug does not appear to effect Solaris Sparc executables.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
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