Unstable (?) GrADS v1.9.0-rc1

See Hai Ooi axl419 at YAHOO.COM
Fri May 2 08:48:13 EDT 2008

Dear Mr Arlindo,

     I checked all my hardware and system and they are found to be in healthy status.  Yes, this problem is reproducible.  Also, by reinitialising twice immediately after this problem to run my script again, the output was found to be perfect !  By the way, before encountering the problem as a result of my running the script, I installed your pygrads superpack to have a preview. I thought this might come into conflict with win GrADS.  I therefore removed the pygrads but my problem still persists.  I am puzzled.

     Thanks and regards.


Dear Mr Ranyere Nobrega,

     I did try to alter / and \ but this had no impact to resolve my problem.  Thanks for your suggestion.

--- On Thu, 1/5/08, Arlindo da Silva <dasilva at ALUM.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> From: Arlindo da Silva <dasilva at ALUM.MIT.EDU>
> Subject: Re: Unstable (?) GrADS v1.9.0-rc1
> Date: Thursday, 1 May, 2008, 8:17 PM
> On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 10:52 PM, See Hai Ooi
> <axl419 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Dear Mr Arlindo,
> >
> >     I use win32 release of GrADS v1.9.0-rc1.  Of late,I encountered some unusual things when I ran some of my scripts.  On first run, it showed errors.  But when I initialized it twice before running the script again, the output is perfect.  I am pleased to attach herewith one of the cases for your reference.  Can you tell me why ?
> It is hard to tell, it will need some investigation. It is certainly not by design. A couple of questions:
> 1) Is this problem reproducible? Meaning, does it happen every single time after you reboot windows and start GrADS?
> 2) Any chance that you could be having hard disk problems? Have you ran chkdsk lately?
>     Arlindo

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