Created attachment 796 [details]
CGSUpdateManager warning backtrace
I get reproducible CGSUpdateManager warnings on OS X 10.11.6 (MacPro 2009 with NVidia GeForce GT 120) which do not happen on other platforms (OS X 10.10.5, Ubuntu 16.04). This is with the current jogl 2.3.2 from maven central.
The OS X 10.11.6 machine also shows bug #1299 ("uncommitted CATransaction..") during shut down.
The backtrace is attached.
The program in question is from https://github.com/nasarace/race-client-example.git. It needs SBT (http://www.scala-sbt.org/) to build, which for instance can be installed via homebrew.
brew install sbt
The steps to build and run are
git clone https://github.com/NASARace/race-client-example.git
This will bring up a NASA WorldWind window that shows the current ISS position. Dragging the globe to rotate it will produce the warning.
To shut down, enter "9" at the command prompt in the terminal from where the application was started. This should also report the "uncommitted CATransaction.." bug.
Please provide a SSCCE without external dependencies.
We're currently planning a maintenance release (2.3.3). Please consider providing a SSCCE:
We cannot include a test case with third party dependencies mainly because there is a risk that a part of the root cause is within them and not in JogAmp and because we cannot add such test into our own non regression unit tests. Moreover, writing a SSCCE helps to isolate the root cause of the bug by simplifying the source code involved to reproduce it. I admit that it's almost obvious that the problem lies within JOGL itself but a SSCCE would still be helpful.
will try but given the size and complexity of the JOGL client (NASA WorldWind geospatial viewer) this will take a while.
Please note the problem does not occur on other platforms, including other OS X versions.
Maybe you can run the tests provided with JOGL. If one of them allows you to reproduce this bug, you'll only have to mention it here instead of spending a lot of time in writing a SSCCE.
the tests for the current jogl from https://github.com/sgothel/jogl.git all pass, but the reported effect only shows warnings on the screen, it doesn't crash and hence might go un-noticed. I didn't see respective warnings while running the tests though.
Is there any specific test you want me to try?
I need to analyse a bit more the warnings. I have the feeling of shooting in the dark, I don't know yet how to reproduce this bug. I'll investigate tomorrow.