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Re: [Bug-gnubg] gnubg-multi on Windows

From: Holger
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] gnubg-multi on Windows
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2003 15:31:52 +0200

At 14:46 29.07.2003 +0200, Olivier Baur wrote:
Le mercredi, 23 juil 2003, à 20:11 Europe/Paris, Holger a écrit :

I've compiled gnubg-multi with both GTK+ 1.3 and 2.2.2. So with 2.2.2 there shouldn't be many changes to Olivier's original version. Btw, here on a P4 1700 GTK+ 2.2.2 is bearable, but I haven't tried it at home yet (P1 233).

When I started developing the GUI for multiprocessing, I wasn't aware of the fact that I should have sticked to GTK+1.3 for Windows users; I'll port all GTK+2.2-specific features back to GTK+1.3 (mainly, I think, using clist_xxx instead of TreeStore to display list widgets)
Are you saying we're not using GTK+2.2 on Windows because it's too slow?

Yes, even here at this machine I see how tables are getting built up (P4 1700), although it's usable. The last time I've tried it at home (P1 233 and an old ATI graphics card) I even had lots of graphics problems which eventually led to a crash.

How is actually the procedure to set up 2 machines (as host and slave, respectively)? Any order to follow?

Yes, any order will do.

As I describe in another mail, I've tried to switch one instance to slave mode. It doesn't stay there, but returns to master mode immediately. I suppose it shouldn't? With any kind of notification gnubg exits with signal 03.



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