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[Pan-users] Re: Body pane blank when subjects contain yenc > (/2)

From: Duncan
Subject: [Pan-users] Re: Body pane blank when subjects contain yenc > (/2)
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 20:28:13 +0000 (UTC)
User-agent: Pan/0.129 (Benson & Hedges Moscow Gold)

walt <address@hidden> posted
address@hidden, excerpted below, on  Thu, 10 May 2007 19:04:47

> On Thu, 10 May 2007 14:34:01 +0000, Duncan wrote:
>> SciFi <address@hidden> posted
>> address@hidden, excerpted below,
>> on  Wed, 09 May 2007 20:34:20 +0000:
>>> What's more, the latest gnome components that were released last week
>>> may prevent viewing in-line pix entirely:
>>> <>
>> Hmm... Confirmed here, Gentoo/~amd64, gtk+-2.10.12, now on pan svn
>> r273.
> Duncan, are you saying you updated all of those gnome packages to
> SciFi's versions, or just to ~amd64?  Have you tried a revdep-rebuild
> lately?
> I'm posting this from my gentoo/~x86 machine which also runs
> gtk+-2.10.12, and pan is displaying multi-part jpegs just fine.
> Seems to me that the biggest version gap of all is SciFi's pan r255. 
> I'm up to r276 as of today.

Well, unless the fix happened since 273...

I didn't see SciFi mention hardware platform, maybe it's a 64-bit issue 
(might explain why it wasn't caught in the earlier GTK testing).

To directly answer your question, I only checked gtk+, verifying it was 
the same version he had, and that I had the same issue.  I didn't verify 
the other versions (BTW, no GNOME installed here, those are GTK and 
related low-level libraries, etc, not GNOME, which depends on GTK, what 
you're saying would be like calling Qt and etc. KDE).  I did a revdep-
rebuild less than a week ago as I hadn't in a few weeks, but nothing 
needed rebuilt.

I'll probably look into it more tonite or tommorrow.  I'm going to bed 
now, as I haven't slept and have ~2.5-3 hours to sleep before I gotta get 
up for a meeting this evening.

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