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  • #1032
    Andrea_63
    Participant

      Good morning,

      I found that v422 crashes if the simulation (i.e. s-parameters or AC) is launched from a schematic that contains blocks with sub circuits. I checked that previous version 332 does not crash.

      Thanks.

      Andrea

      #3047
      ehawker
      Participant

        I have the same issue but only when the schematic contains a hierarchy of three levels or more, i.e. top level -> subcircuit 1 -> subcirccuit 2.

        It crashes every time when I tries to launch a simulation.

        #3049
        QucsStudio
        Keymaster

          I cannot reproduce this bug. A single subcircuit works as well as a nested one.

          Can you share your examples? Does it always crash? What operation system do you use?

          #3051
          ehawker
          Participant

            Attached is a simple example to show the crash. If you cannot reproduce it the first time, exit the QucsStudio, launch it again, and open only “top_level.sch” without touching anything else, then click “simulate”. This sequence crashes every time on me. I use Windows 10 but I doubt it matters.

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            #3056
            QucsStudio
            Keymaster

              Thanks a lot for the example! I can reproduce the bug and will fix it.

              Workaround: Open the subcircuit schematic before the simulation starts, i.e. select the subcircuit component and press “CTRL+i”.

              #3059
              ehawker
              Participant

                Thank you for looking into this. Yes, I am quite aware of the workaround but as a perfectionist, I would just stay with an older version for now. And hopefully this will be fixed in the next release.

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