Nice to hear good news from you Bob,
no other problem than electrical loss with Isabel ?
I lost many mails due to a virus mail-bombing, so forget this mail if Andreas answered to you.
I just wanted to be sure that you also provided gtk2 parameters when you built this wxwin version ?
The complete line for building wxWindows for pgAdmin3 is this one:
./configure --with-gtk --enable-gtk2 --enable-unicode --disable-shared --enable-debug
If it is needed I can produce a source debian package of this wxWindows snapshot. This would simplify your work with this build. Just tell me and I'll do it so that you can try to build pgAdmin3 with it. If it corrects the problem with pgAdmin3, then may be Andreas and the rest of the team could have a look on how hard it would be to get this version as the official one for pgA3 (patches, bugs and so on).
>De: Bob Kimble <bob(at)iplicity(dot)com>
>A: Andreas Pflug <pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de>
>Sujet: Re: [pgadmin-support] Debian Alpha (unstable) build produces bad
>Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 13:10:43 -0400
>Copie à: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
>On Thursday 18 September 2003 12:17, Andreas Pflug wrote:
>> Bob Kimble wrote:
>> >On Thursday 18 September 2003 11:30, Andreas Pflug wrote:
>> >>Hi Bob,
>> >>It would have been quite a surprise if that sample didn't crash too.
>> >>Please post that issue at wxWindow's bug system.
>> >Sounds good. However, the version of wxWindows used by the pgadmin3
>> > package comes from www.pgadmin.org. I suspect I'm going to have to wait a
>> > bit before the whole thing will be ready for the Alpha.
>> Bob, can you check wxWindows CVS head on that Alpha machine? We will
>> rarely update our wx package, so to get Alpha fixed the only way is to
>> use an official wx version and have one of their developers work on
>> that. It might even be a bug in gtk2, which would need an escalation to
>> the gtk team...
>Sorry it has taken me so long to respond, but we lost electrical power because
>of hurricane Isabel. I downloaded the file
>http://wxwindows.sourceforge.net/snapshots/wx-cvs-20030919.tar.bz2 and built
>it with the standard ./configure; make; make install approach. I used the
>--enable-unicode and --disable-shared flags for the configure script. I then
>made the samples target and ran the internat executable. It pops up a window
>titled "Language" with the following choices: System default, French, German,
>Russian, Bulgarian, English, and English (U.S.). It doesn't offer the
>Japanese or Georgian choices you mentioned, but it seems to run OK. I don't
>know what to do next.
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