Logarithmic plots crash quasar if 0 is part of therange

Q&ACategory: BugLogarithmic plots crash quasar if 0 is part of therange
sdonn asked 3 years ago

After setting plot.xlog or plot.ylog to true, redshift crashes if either of the axes contains 0 in their range (or negative numbers, for that matter).
Obviously, you’ve made a mistake somewhere if this happens, but I think redshift should handle this more elegantly vs. just crashing.

1 Answers
bgoossen Staff answered 3 years ago

Fixed. In the next version, xlog and ylog will automatically be turned off in this case, and a warning will be printed.