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0000047graphvizDotpublic2002-05-02 05:122011-04-28 04:02
ReporterDavid O'Shea2 
Assigned Tonorth 
PrioritynormalSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
StatusclosedResolutionfixed 
PlatformOS*-*-OS Version
Summary0000047: trouble in init_rank
Description



I've seen this both on Windows 2000 on i386 with 1.8.4 and under Solaris 8 with 1.7.6.



With a fairly large graph (I can't really include it since it has data in it I shouldn't make public) I get errors like this:
<CD>
trouble in init_rank
    virtual 1
    virtual 10
    virtual 3
    virtual 8
    virtual 6
    virtual 10
    virtual 10
    virtual 12
    n 1
    virtual 1
    n 3
    virtual 3
    n 3
    virtual 1
    n 1
    virtual 1
    n 1
    n 1
    n 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    n 1
    n 1
    n 1
    n 1
    virtual 3
    n 3
    n 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 3
    virtual 1
    n 1
    n 1
    n 1
    n 3
    n 3
    n 1
    virtual 3
    virtual 1
    n 3
    n 1
    virtual 3
    virtual 1
    n 3
    n 1
    virtual 3
    virtual 1
    n 3
    virtual 3
    n 3
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 2
    virtual 2
    virtual 2
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    n 1
    virtual 1
    n 1
    virtual 1
    n 1
    virtual 2
    n 3
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    virtual 1
    n 1
    virtual 1
    n 1
    virtual 1
    n 3
</CD>



[all node names, which were all unique, replaced by "n" since I guess it's all meaningless to you anyway]



My digraph has some cluster subgraphs, nested 2 deep, and when I get this error (removing the clustering on a particular top-level subgraph makes the error go away) some of the 2nd level subgraphs are put on top of each other.



What does this message mean? If you want the source for the graph, do you have a script which can replcae all the node names with arbitrary names n1,n2,etc.?



Thanks,
David
Additional Information

[erg] See also b91.
TagsNo tags attached.
AUXILLARY-FILES
DATE-FIXED
FIX-COMMENT
FORMER-ID142
INPUT-FILE
OUTPUT-FILE
STATUS-COMMENTFixed (26 Jan 2006)
VERSION     1.8.4
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Date Modified Username Field Change
2011-04-28 04:02 user1 New Issue
2011-04-28 04:02 user1 Assigned To => Stephen North


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