Streams are not aligned properly in wx time sink

Hi all,

I have an example where I see the output of three blocks in a wx time
sink:

http://web.eecs.umich.edu/~anastas/docs/wx.png

I didn’t get the expected result and I run in also with qt time sink:

http://web.eecs.umich.edu/~anastas/docs/qt.png

The two pictures are different!
The wx time sink does not seem to align the three signals properly…
(I double checked this by also outputing to a file and confirming that
the qt picture is the correct one)

Any suggestions?

thanks
Achilleas

On 19.04.2015 06:15, Achilleas A. wrote:

The wx time sink does not seem to align the three signals properly…
(I double checked this by also outputing to a file and confirming that
the qt picture is the correct one)

Any suggestions?

Yeah: Use the QT widgets.

As we keep mentioning, the WX widgets will be going away in the future,
and no one wants to maintain them. Of course, if someone has a bug fix
for this, that would be even better, but please don’t rely on the WX
GUIs in the long run.

Cheers,
M

On 04/19/2015 11:32 AM, Martin B. wrote:

_
Is there a stripchart implementation for Qt in the works?

On Sun, Apr 19, 2015 at 11:39 AM, Marcus D. Leech [email protected]
wrote:

M

_

Is there a stripchart implementation for Qt in the works?

Not yet. It’s not a terribly difficult one to conceive of. My only issue
is
trying to squash it into the current time_sink blocks or just create a
separate strip_chart class for this. The latter means more code to
update
later, but it might simplify the logic that would appear in a work
function
that’s trying to be both things.

Tom

Understood.

Most of my tuits are still all rectilinear as well…

On 2015-04-21 10:40, Tom R. wrote:

M

_ Is there a stripchart implementation for Qt in the works?

Not yet. It’s not a terribly difficult one to conceive of. My only issue
is trying to squash it into the current time_sink blocks or just create
a separate strip_chart class for this. The latter means more code to
update later, but it might simplify the logic that would appear in a
work function that’s trying to be both things.

Tom

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