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Re: Windows GUI startup message truncated

From: PhilipNienhuis
Subject: Re: Windows GUI startup message truncated
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2017 07:38:44 -0700 (MST)

Torsten-3 wrote
>>>>> I installed one of the buildbot builds (w64 with 32-bit indexing) and 
>>>>> this is what I see when Octave starts.  The startup message is
>>>>> truncated 
>>>>> to 14 columns.
>>>>> Thinking there could be some init file issue, I tried removing the 
>>>>> ~/.config directory with the same results.
>>>>> Text entered at the command prompt and output from commands are not 
>>>>> truncated, just the startup message.
>>>>> Does anyone have an idea about what could cause this?  I've never seen 
>>>>> this problem before.
>>>> I first thought (as usual) that it was caused by something in my own
>>>> dev-octave or mxe-octave build tree (both are somewhat adapted
>>>> locally), but
>>>> good to know that it is "officially confirmed".
>>>> Whatever the cause, it happened between 16 (still good) and 19 November
>>>> (truncated), because I have mxe-octave builds of those dates installed
>>>> here
>>>> to check. My cross-builds are always based on the latest default
>>>> branch.
>>>> tips
>>>> Philip
>>> That's a very handy bracketing.  Looking through the Mercurial log, this
>>> cset seems to be the only one directed at windows.
>>> changeset:   24275:e9fe31118542
>>> user:        Torsten <

> mttl@

> >
>>> date:        Sat Nov 18 11:50:16 2017 +0100
>>> summary:     improve re-docking of a floating widget under windows
>>> --Rik
>> I will have a look at this. The strange thing is that starting with
>> changeset:   24318:a17862b28f0d
>> user:        Torsten <

> mttl@

> >
>> date:        Mon Nov 27 20:38:35 2017 +0100
>> summary:     handle floating widgets on all platforms as done on windows
>> (bug #52378)
>> the new re-docking approach is used on all platforms. Are there any
>> observations of this effect on non-windows platforms so far?
>> Torsten
> I have pushed changeset
> http://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/octave/rev/222addbadf46
> which fixes the issue on my Win7 system.

Unfortunately the cset doesn't fix the issue on either one of my development


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