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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Problem in latest commit of gnubg.c

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Problem in latest commit of gnubg.c
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2004 15:13:37 -0600

I have to apologize Joern was not responsible for that change - I was.
He committed it on my behalf. and I appreciate the quick bug report. I
am sure Nardy woulda been on me for that blunder.


I have to apologize. Joern
On Sun, 2004-04-11 at 14:49, Petr Kadlec wrote:
> Hi again!
> In the latest commit of gnubg.c (version 1.548, 2004/04/11 17:26:08), Joern 
> has removed line 7710 (containing #else, that separates "if( !getenv( 
> "DISPLAY" ) ) fX = FALSE;" to only non-USE_GTK builds). I don't know if 
> that #else should be there or not (in fact, it really seems quite logical 
> to remove it), but I know that my Win32 build is unusable with the new 
> code, because there is no DISPLAY environment variable on Win32, so that 
> gnubg disables GUI, which in turn causes the application to disappear (it 
> seems that the application terminates, which is not true, it just does not 
> have any visible representation).
> Probably, the #else should be removed, but that test on DISPLAY should be 
> #ifdef-ed out for WIN32.
> Petr
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