|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnubg] New win builds on gnubg.org (20090928 code)|
|Date:||Tue, 29 Sep 2009 10:32:01 +0000|
You can use process explorer (just goggle for it) to list the dlls being used|
when gnubg is running (lower pane->show dlls and then show the "path" column).
Christian Anthon wrote:
> Michael Petch wrote:
> Sounds reasonable. Can somebody with the problem search for
> libpango*.dll, libgtk*.dll and libcairo*.dll on their computers and/or
> check which dll's the gnubg links against.
>> As I recall, aren’t basic fonts part of the DLL’s? (On Linux they are in
>> a separate directory). If this *is* the case I wonder if it’s possible
>> that there are older/mismatched pango related dll’s being loaded (bad
>> ones in system32, on the path somewhere else etc).
>> On 29/09/09 2:48 AM, "Jonathan Kinsey" wrote:
>> This works fine (for me) using vista 64. In fact I can't get this
>> to go wrong
>> anywhere, I'm guessing it's due to a font not installed on some
>> machines for
>> some reason...
>> Michael Petch wrote:
>> > It works here on Vista 32 Ultimate. I don't have a 64 bit handy in
>> order to
>> > try.
>> > On 29/09/09 1:21 AM, "Christian Anthon" wrote:
>> >> Is the problem particular to Vista? I've just tried a clean install on
>> >> an almost virgin windows xp and the pdf export worked.
>> >> Christian.
>> >> On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 8:50 AM, Michael Petch
>> >> wrote:
>> >>> Sounds like the fonts in question are missing inside of the pango
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