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Re: GNUMail app and gmail


From: Daniel Santos
Subject: Re: GNUMail app and gmail
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2017 19:33:19 +0000

My distribution is raspbian (from retropie project)
The versions of the software are (from the package manager):
    - gnustep                            7.8
    - gnustep-back-common                0.24.0-4
    - gnustep-back0.24                    0.24.0-4
    - gnustep-back0.24-cairo                0.24.0-4
    - gnustep-base-common                1.24.7-1
    - gnustep-base-runtime                1.24.7-1
    - gnustep-common                    2.6.6-3
    - gnustep-core-devel                    7.8
    - gnustep-core-doc                    7.8
    - gnustep-devel                        7.8
    - gnustep-gui-common                0.24.0-3
    - gnustep-gui-doc                    0.24.0-3
    - gnustep-gui-runtime                    0.24.0-3
    - gnustep-icons                        1.0-5
    - gnustep-make                        2.6.6-3
    - gnustep-make-doc                    2.6.6-3

    - gcc-4.4                            4.4.7-4
    - make                            4.0-8.1
    - libff6                            3.1-2
    - libcairo2                            1.14.0-2.1+deb8u2

I built the GNUMail version 1.2.3 from the webpage.
BTW is there a publicly available version control system with the code (readonly) ?

I will uninstall all this and try to build from source, despite the problem I found on debian 9 (intel), see my other email.

Regards

On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 3:38 PM, Riccardo Mottola <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Daniel,

Daniel Santos wrote:
Attached is a screen shot of the desktop. Notice the GNUMail app. Only the first mail header is showing the date and from columns.


at a first glance, I would say it is not a GNUMail problem, but something with your gnustep gui, as I supposed earlier.. I have never seen something like this.

I have no direct suggestion except the tests I already suggested to you to pinpoint the root cause. Be sure your setup is clean.

Linux x86 and NetBSD x86 display gnumail and all apps with no regression bugs.

I also tested on my Raspberry PI with NetBSD and GNUMail displays just fine! So no particular ARM issues.
I am using gcc and its runtime though on it. What are you using? which compiler? runtime?

Riccardo




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