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Re: Debian Alpha (unstable) build produces bad

From: Bob Kimble <bob(at)iplicity(dot)com>
To: Andreas Pflug <pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de>, Raphaël Enrici <blacknoz(at)club-internet(dot)fr>
Cc: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Debian Alpha (unstable) build produces bad
Date: 2003-09-18 12:56:29
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On Thursday 18 September 2003 04:24, Andreas Pflug wrote:
> Raphaël Enrici wrote:
> > Raphaël Enrici wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I upgraded all packages of the debian/unstable environment except
> >> postgresql and did some tests with the "old" pgadmin3 beta2 package
> >> and also latest pgadmin3 snapshots and "libgtk2.0-0 2.2.4", it runs
> >> well on i386. I'm currently doing a new build of wxWin 2.5 with
> >> libgtk2 2.2.4, I'll will then rebuild pga3 and tell you if it's ok.
> >> For the moment it seems to be an issue specific to alpha.
> >
> > Andreas,
> > I did a new build of wx and pgadmin3 latest snapshots in an up to date
> > unstable environment. It runs well on i386.
> > Did you get time to have a look to this problem on alpha ?
> No, I didn't.
> Actually, that call from wx into gtk is
>     m_wxwindow = gtk_pizza_new(),
> so wx has little chance to screw up the parameters, there are none.
> Bob, did you try a wx sample? This can only be solved by somebody with
> deep gtk experience, I believe.
> Regards,
> Andreas

I'm not really sure what a good example of a wx program is. The only one that 
seems to be one that I can find on my system is wxgambitcl, which seems to 
work fine. If somebody can tell me a Debian package to install, I'll do so 
and run the programs it contains.


.... Bob

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