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== ToDo ==
== ToDo ==
=== Core ===
=== Core ===
* <strike>fix imread bug with opaque images, see https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailitem&item_id=36820</strike> Thanks Carne
* fix imread bug with opaque images, see https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailitem&item_id=36820
* <strike>FFTW multithreaded</strike> hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/octave/rev/bde7731b2b83
* remove removed but still referenced function in "seealso" blocks
* <strike>remove removed but still referenced function in "seealso" blocks</strike>
* <strike>FFTW multithreaded https://savannah.gnu.org/patch/?7922</strike>
* Add swisdom (single prec.) to /libinterp/dldfcn/fftw.cc documentation
* linguist-qt4: octave-src/libgui$ "lupdate -recursive -no-obsolete -locations relative src qterminal graphics -ts languages/*ts"
=== GUI ===
<strike>When opening and closing the GUI HDF5: infinite loop closing library</strike> [http://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/octave/rev/9c03b071fd7b]
No icons in qt4 GUI?
  gconftool-2 --type boolean --set /desktop/gnome/interface/buttons_have_icons true
  gconftool-2 --type boolean --set /desktop/gnome/interface/menus_have_icons true
=== Forge ===
=== Forge ===
==== signal or fltk plotting? ====
  pkg load signal
  graphics_toolkit fltk
-> r300: Implementation error: Render targets are too big in r300_set_framebuffer_state, refusing to bind framebuffer state!
==== video ====
<strike>fix build, see http://octave.1599824.n4.nabble.com/quot-package-video-is-empty-quot-td4656346.html</strike>
==== signal ====
* findpeaks.m, print error if data is not a column vector (error: vertical dimensions mismatch (1x10000 vs 1x1)
==== image ====
==== image ====
* implement [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SURF SURF], integralImage is cumsum(cumsum(a,1),2)
* implement [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SURF SURF], integralImage is cumsum(cumsum(a,1),2)
* implement impixelinfo http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23706937/displaying-pixel-values-of-an-image-in-octave
* implement getpixelposition, axes2pix, pix2map, map2pix
===== corner/cornermetric, harris =====
===== corner/cornermetric, harris =====
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First post on mailing list in 12.01.2013 http://octave.1599824.n4.nabble.com/corner-cornermetric-equivalent-in-octave-td4648802.html
First post on mailing list in 12.01.2013 http://octave.1599824.n4.nabble.com/corner-cornermetric-equivalent-in-octave-td4648802.html
== Snippets ==
== brainstorming ==
=== chain matrix multiplication ===
* something like autobuilder for octave would be cool. Jordi mentioned http://hydra.nixos.org/jobset/gnu/octave-default
a=[1 2; 3 4];
* perhaps http://www.phoronix-test-suite.com/?
b=[4 2; 8 1];
c=[2 3; 1 -1];
s{1}=a;s{2}=b; s{3}=c;
=== commands from which I regularly doesn't find the name ===
* octave_config_info ()
* merge (C's (a)? b: c); syntax
=== libgraphicsmagick++3 quantum-depth ===
in debian wheezy
sudo apt-get build-dep libgraphicsmagick++3
apt-get source libgraphicsmagick++3
edit debian/rules
--with-quantum-depth=16 \
works without problems
--with-quantum-depth=32 \
shows one error:
UYVY format ...
mean-error=0.0209018218321559, maximum-error=0.816509137487552
not ok 77
Failed 1/77 subtests
debuild -i -us -uc -b
dpkg -i ....
== Tracking octave bugs with hg bisect==
I had a [http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?39652 strange problem] when loading gzip compressed ascii files in octave. It failed dependent on the integer values. After some stripping I made a minimalistic test script (min_testcase_fails.m) which always fails in a current dev (88616c872933):
fid = fopen (fn,"w");
fprintf(fid, "%i %i %i %i\n",639, 25, 160, 978160);
fprintf(fid, "%i %i %i %i\n",687, 25, 171, 978160);
fprintf(fid, "%i %i %i %i\n",663, 31, 173, 978161);
fprintf(fid, "%i %i %i %i\n",663, 15, 154, 978161);
fprintf(fid, "%i %i %i %i\n",655, 21, 151, 978161);
## gzip it!
fn_gz=strcat(fn, ".gz");
cmd=cstrcat("gzip ",fn," -c > ",fn_gz)
c=load("file2.txt.gz")  #this fails in newer versions
When run:
$ octave -q min_testcase_fails.m
fn = file2.txt
cmd = gzip file2.txt -c > file2.txt.gz
error: value on right hand side of assignment is undefined
error: called from:
error:  /home/andy/src/octave-bugs/min_testcase_fails.m at line 17, column 2
If line 4 with "663, 15, 154, 978161" is changed to ""663, 16, 154, 978161", load works as expected. '''Strange, isn't it?'''
I also had an old build (dev ab1c6e6d1be6 from Sun Oct 28 21:48:02 2012) and "load" worked in this version.
=== Running bisect ===
I decided to make a fresh clone in a separate directory:
cd ~/src
hg clone http://www.octave.org/hg/octave octave-src
cd octave-src
hg bisect -b 88616c872933
hg bisect -g ab1c6e6d1be6
After this hg bisect uses a binary search strategy to test revisions:
Teste Änderungssatz 16428:f016a5342e19 (1380 Änderungssätze verbleiben, ~10 Tests)
So after checkout I had to compile the source tree (used ccache in the hope of faster checkout-compile cycles).
cd .. && mkdir octave-build && cd octave-build
export CXX="ccache g++"
export CC="ccache gcc"
make -j 7
After compilation I tried my test min_testcase_fails.m:
<pre>~/src/octave-build$ ./run-octave -q ../min_testcase_fails.m
fn = file2.txt
cmd = gzip file2.txt -c > file2.txt.gz
c =
      639      25      160  978160
      687      25      171  978160
      663      31      173  978161
      663      15      154  978161
      655      21      151  978161
So this is apparently a good one. Tell it hg bisect!
cd ../octave-src && hg bisect -g
After this you try make again, bootstrap && configure if make fails, rerun the testscript, tell hg bisect if it's good or bad and repeat this until the revision which introduced the problem is found.
Or you can use "hg bisect --command", see next point.
=== hg bisect --command ===
I used [http://jordi.platinum.linux.pl/tmp/bisect-32818.sh Jordis bisect script for bug 32818] and modified it to my needs:
~/src$ cat bisect-loadsave.sh
## Try a simple build first
if  ! make -j 7
    cd $SRCDIR
    ./bootstrap || exit 127
    #rm -rf $BUILDDIR
    #mkdir $BUILDDIR
    cd $BUILDDIR
    $SRCDIR/configure || exit 127
    make -j 7|| exit 127
$BUILDDIR/run-octave -q ~/src/min_testcase_fails.m || exit 1
exit 0
After making it executable, let hg bisect use it
~/src/octave-src$ hg bisect -c ../bisect-loadsave.sh
Now sit back and relax, this could last some hours... Finally:
<pre>Änderungssatz 16554:03a28487fa9d: good
Die erste fehlerhafte Revision ist:
Änderung:        16555:04fb96f4bea1
Nutzer:          John W. Eaton <jwe@octave.org>
Datum:          Tue Apr 23 12:57:16 2013 -0400
Zusammenfassung: allow double-click in file browser to load data files</pre>
=== bisect bug 42612 ===
For bug #42612 I created a minimal script which fails: clf_fails_42612.m
subplot (2,1,1);
plot (1:5);
legend ('hello', 'location', 'northwestoutside');
And the script which runs it, bisect_clf.sh:
## Try a simple build first
if  ! make -j 6
  # make failed, run bootstrap and configure
  cd $SRCDIR
  ./bootstrap || exit 127
  $SRCDIR/configure FFLAGS=-g CFLAGS=-g CXXFLAGS=-g --enable-bounds-check --disable-java --disable-gui --disable-docs|| exit 127
  make -j 7|| exit 127
$BUILDDIR/run-octave -q clf_fails_42612.m
echo $(hg id) $ret >> clf_fails_42612.log
exit $ret
=== show bisect history ===
hg log -r "bisect(good) or bisect(bad)" --template "{rev}:{node|short} {bisect}\n"
== Links ==
* [http://hg.code.sf.net/p/octave/image hgweb on sourceforge]
* [http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashFAQ/073 bash parameter expansion]

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