Bad pointer after updating nx5
After a reboot, received the messages showing the update process. Hello all, I formatted my SD card and copy new image(Open ELEC-RPi2.arm-8.0.0.img) via Win32Disk Imager on my Raspberry Pi3 Model B V1.2.
It was not auto updating so I downloaded the Open ELEC-Generic.x86_64-8.0.0file and placed it on update folder.
Instead, use integer-valued offsets from the base pointer or (better) use a Yes.
Best thing to do is compare ptr before and after the reallocation, and see if it has been moved.
When this larger component is added to reference set SS-S2B1-BASIC in the assembly, the size of that reference set exceeds 32767, which is the maximum.
Unfortunately, since a reference set of that size is not really useful, the code does not check for the maximum, and the integer count of members actually rolls over into a negative number.
This will cause subsequent 010 operations on that reference set to fail.
In this case the "subsequent operation" was the update of 112739c.
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You shouldn't assign a pointer to the offset value, instead you should store the offset and then index the original operator with it.
In NX 8.0.1 of UG, Updating component entities consecutively (changing part name and reference set) results in rm5061 error.
The problem occurs when a boolean operation is performed.
This is a regression introduced by the fix for PR 2184195 in NX 8.5 and NX 8 MR It fixes following issues 1.