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[Pan-devel] Re: Ping K.Haley: latest testing branch updates, I get compi

From: Duncan
Subject: [Pan-devel] Re: Ping K.Haley: latest testing branch updates, I get compiler error in line 742: ‘_c lose’ not declared.
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2010 11:38:14 +0000 (UTC)
User-agent: Pan/0.133 (House of Butterflies; GIT 397fde1 branch-testing)

Jack Cuyler posted on Mon, 25 Oct 2010 10:52:09 +0000 as excerpted:

> On Sun, 24 Oct 2010 21:28:34 +0000, Duncan wrote:
>> Duncan posted on Sun, 24 Oct 2010 21:25:49 +0000 as excerpted:
>> (Tho ATM the x-face aka b/w version is color-inverted, what khaley was
>> already asking about, tho, so it should be quickly fixed.  I'm not sure
>> if the face aka color one is or not.)
> It looks like it's fixed, or am I missing something?  The b/w x-face in
> this post shows a black background, correct?

I'm seeing a white background, but I haven't synced in a couple days.  
Let's see...

git whatchanged testing...

The top item is:

commit 2b3517f48ba364ccc59bc3a8e43287a5ffd0d017
Author: K. Haley <address@hidden>
Date:   Fri Oct 22 16:22:20 2010 -0600

    fix crash posibly due to change in cairo.

:100644 100644 4ade406... b111861... M  pan/gui/
:100644 100644 4bf40c7... 90275bb... M  pan/gui/xface.c

... which was the one that fixed the crash I reported, so I could 
actually /see/ the x-faces once again.  It was then that I noted they were 

The actual top commit is the merge commit that brought that in, apparently:

commit 397fde11b2bc726d9e0d881fa1516c6bfc0ff688
Merge: 380ce32 2b3517f
Author: K. Haley <address@hidden>
Date:   Fri Oct 22 16:22:31 2010 -0600

    Merge branch 'xface' into testing

Hmm... just synced... no change.

Of course, if you're not running the testing branch, or aren't running 
from khaley's git repo at all, it's unlikely you'd have seen anything at 
all, since AFAIK that's what has been under discussion the entire time 
(see subject, tho we've migrated from the _close detail).

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