MC_Datatool Crashes

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MC_Datatool Crashes

Post  kroo on Mon Jun 18, 2012 12:41 am

When I run the command: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Multi Channel Systems\MC_DataTool\MC_DataTool.com" -file cmd.txt
This is on a 64-bit OS and I'm using version 2.6.7 of MC_DataTool
Where cmd.txt contains:

# Run this file by typing:
# MC_DataTool -file filename

-ascii
-i "C:\Users\parrot\Desktop\Stuff\Data0283.mcd"
-o "C:\Users\parrot\Desktop\Stuff\Data0283.txt"

-s "Electrode Raw Data:01"
-s "Electrode Raw Data:02"
-s "Electrode Raw Data:03"
-s "Electrode Raw Data:04"
-s "Electrode Raw Data:05"
-s "Electrode Raw Data:06"
-s "Electrode Raw Data:07"
-s "Electrode Raw Data:08"

-NoBaseIsPressedStart
-NoCommentChar

The program crashes with no information other than "MC_Datatool has stopped working." The output before it crashes is:
Selected Stream: Electrode Raw Data, Channel 01
Selected Stream: Electrode Raw Data, Channel 02
Selected Stream: Electrode Raw Data, Channel 03
Selected Stream: Electrode Raw Data, Channel 04
Selected Stream: Electrode Raw Data, Channel 05
Selected Stream: Electrode Raw Data, Channel 06
Selected Stream: Electrode Raw Data, Channel 07

So it seems to crash on the last channel. Running the GUI, however, creates the correct output. I have repeated this on another computer and found the same result. Any advice would be very much appreciated!

I would attach the mcd file, but I dont see the option anywhere.

Thank you in advance.

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Re: MC_Datatool Crashes

Post  Jens on Mon Jun 18, 2012 7:56 pm

Please send the MCD file attached to an email to support@multichannelsystems.com. I will try to find the problem.

Please mention my name in the mail and it will find the way to me.

Kind regards, Jens

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Re: MC_Datatool Crashes

Post  kroo on Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:34 pm

Actually, putting -WriteHeader into the statement fixed this; I dont know why, but it did.

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datatool crashes with the command lines it generates

Post  Squarepy on Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:26 am

I have previously worked with an older version and everything went smoothly.

Now the datatool crashes when called with a commandline options file it generated itself?

Are there known issues version >2.6.0, the data was recorded with MC Rack 4.0.0


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older version

Post  Squarepy on Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:28 am

Is there a way I could get the older version 2.6.0 of the datatool to test it?

ok, I got the link:


download.multichannelsystems.com/ download_data/ software/mc_datatool/MC_DataTool-2.6.0.exe

now for the testing

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2.6.0 works

Post  Squarepy on Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:37 am

Ok so 2.6.0 can export data recorded with rack 4.0.0, when using commandline files, but 2.6.6 and 2.6.7 can't

I think this has to do with a signal representation change (binary), but I am only guessing. (see also post above of kroo)

I know backward compatibility is a drag, but this should be fixed right?

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Re: MC_Datatool Crashes

Post  Thomas on Tue Aug 07, 2012 5:53 pm

Dear Squarepy,

please use corresponding versions of MC_Rack and MC_Datatool.
Current release of MC_Rack is 4.3.5 and that corresponds with the DataTool 2.6.7

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