My old matplotlib code does not run properly in the console, and the broken code automatically runs with an error when I open the project.
When I open my project, the code does not run, and the console wait patiently for me to push the “run” button. It shows the python prompt instead. “>”
The console runs forever with the below error message. Nothing happens when the “Run” button is pushed, and the stop button hangs.
stderred is known to cause issues. It’s recommended you remove it from your .replit configuration.
repl process died unexpectedly: exit status 1
/nix/store/hpbvrlwd5viqmvcaisb3x0118i913a9n-stderred-0.1.0/bin/stderred: /nix/store/s9qbqh7gzacs7h68b2jfmn9l6q4jwfjz-glibc-2.33-59/lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.34’ not found (required by /nix/store/mdck89nsfisflwjv6xv8ydj7dj0sj2pn-gcc-11.3.0-lib/lib/libgcc_s.so.1)
Steps to reproduce:
Open the project.
Bug appears at this link:
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