Re: [tracecompass-dev] Trace filters not working in Eclipse Oxygen release
There's not much I can post. I could post one of my aspects, but I'm seeing the problem with the 'Event type' column in the trace editor view, where the aspect definition is obtained by calling TmfBaseAspects.getEventTypeAspect() as well.
I'm using the trace editor view and the filter view as-is in my plugins where I do not extend those classes. The filter view is referenced in my plugin using the view identifier org.eclipse.linuxtools.tmf.ui.views.filter which did work last year.
My work was mainly in coding the class that loads my trace file into the viewer, the state system extensions and extension of the CallStackView class, where I don't think I have done anything that could interfere with the workings of the trace editor view or the filtering mechanism, where the only likely candidate is if I've done something to the state system.
If you're not aware of any code changes from Neon to Oxygen, then I must have done something to cause this.
If you have suggestions where I might try to look at/debug source code, that would be appreciated. Other than filtering, the trace editor view seems to be working correctly for me.
Matthew Khouzam ---10/26/2017 09:54:08 AM---Hi Dave, I really hate to say this, it works for me...
From: Matthew Khouzam <matthew.khouzam@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 10/26/2017 09:54 AM
Subject: Re: [tracecompass-dev] Trace filters not working in Eclipse Oxygen release
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I really hate to say this, it works for me...
Are you using things that you can share online? Maybe we can see your
On 17-10-26 09:05 AM, David Wootton wrote:
> My plugins use the trace filter view
> org.eclipse.tracecompass.tmf.ui.views.filter.FilterView to allow the
> user to define filters to filter events in the trace editor view. This
> worked fin in the Neon Eclipse release but is not working any more in
> the Oxygen release.
> I can define a filter and save it so that it shows up in the filter
> list when I right click in the trace editor view. However, when I
> select that filter, the updated trace editor view always shows me an
> empty view with no events.
> I have tried simple filters with only a single Aspect, where I have
> tried using the Equals, Matches and Contains conditions as well as
> ignoring case, and none of them show any matching events.
> The Aspect classes I use simply implement the ITmfEventAspect
> interface where the resolve method returns a String object containing
> the value of the requested field, where that value shows up correctly
> in the trace editor view.
> Has something changed between the Neon and Oxygen SR1 releases that
> affects how trace filters are supposed to work, and which I may not
> have realized?
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