Re: [g-i] patch for the lines problem
Davide Viti wrote:
A bit of history:
a problem  with Italic letters near the borders which was fixed
upstream; the fix caused some problems which can be seen in  and
was noticed when g-i switched to the 2.8.x set of libraries.
Upstream version of gtk+ is currently 2.10.3, and according to Mike
Emmel, upstream author of the gtk-directfb backend, it'd be
non-trivial to backport the fixes to 2.18.x libraries.
There are two options:
1. switch to 2.10.3 libraries
please note that while GTK+ 2.10.2 should compile correctly, current GTK
in cvs ( and 2.10.3 too, IIRC) won't because it needs something like the
attached patch that mike should be applying in days.
I think GTK+ 2.10.2 is a good choice (2.10.1 had some issues, while
2.10.3 may not compile without the patch) for g-i, i feel backporting
patches to 2.0.9 or 2.8.x would be a real pain.
RCS file: /cvs/gnome/gtk+/gdk/directfb/gdkwindow-directfb.c,v
retrieving revision 1.10
diff -r1.10 gdkwindow-directfb.c
< gdk_display_beep (GDK_WINDOW_DISPLAY (window));
> g_warning ("gdk_window_beep() not implemented.\n");