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Re: No text at all when using back-art

From: Sascha Erni, -.rb
Subject: Re: No text at all when using back-art
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2004 18:49:24 +0100
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Hi Diego,

try configuring the backend with:

./configure --enable-graphics=art --with-name=art

and then

defaults write NSGlobalDomain GSBackend libgnustep-art

worked for me.


Diego Carretero Frades wrote:

> Hi, all!
> I'm quite new to GNUstep but very impressed with all the work done.
> I installed from sources the latest versions (1.9.0 for make and base, 0.9.1
> for gui and back) and everything worked flawlessly. Browsing some info I
> read that the back-art backend was a lot better handling fonts than the
> baxk-xlib (which was the one installed by default). I decided to give it a > try and recompile gnustep-back with './configure --enable-graphics=art'. The > compilation and installation where ok, but when I try to load GNUmail I got
> all the windows and menus with no text at all. Also some messages about
> negative size being given to draw the windows. I've installed nfonts
> (through the Art-resources package) in my own home GNUstep directory and
> system wide with same results.
> What am I doing wrong?
> I'm running a Slackware Linux 9.1 distribution with kernel 2.6.1, XFree86
> 4.3.0 and FreeType 2.1.5. The compiler is gcc 3.2.3.
> Thank you very much!
> Diego
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