|Error displaying Histogram [message #910048]
||Sat, 08 September 2012 13:32
| John C
Registered: September 2012
Using Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit, with openjdk 1.6.0_24, clicking on the Histogram icon in MAT, shows no objects in the list, but does show the total line. This happens in both Standalone MAT and Eclipse plugin.|
In standalone, console shows the following:
** (Eclipse Memory Analyzer:9617): CRITICAL **: atk_object_ref_state_set: assertion `ATK_IS_OBJECT (accessible)' failed
The Dominator Tree displays fine, with no errors in the console.
I've tried downgrading openjdk to previous versions, with no luck. I think that libatk-wrapper-java is involved, but I've found little info about what it does other than it's for accessbility.
I've also tried using Sun/Oracle JDK 1.6 and using previous versions of MAT, all result in the same error.
I do not suspect MAT is the problem (I think it's the JDK or some supporting package), but MAT is the only app that I know of which causes this error for me.
Anyone see this before?
** Update: I suspected Unity was causing this issue and I was right. I removed the unity package and all dependents (sudo apt-get remove unity), then re-installed the unity package with its dependents (sudo apt-get install unity). Three packages, unity-2d, unity-2d-shell, and unity-2d-spread were there previously but not reinstalled. I restarted Standalone MAT and I was able to see the histogram.
[Updated on: Sat, 08 September 2012 17:07]
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