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bug #21239: Vlist.c produces garbage if International is set

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Wed Oct 3 15:04:04 2007  
Category: Graphical User interfaceSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: NoneStatus: Ready For Test
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: None
Open/Closed: ClosedRelease: None

Fri Feb 26 10:47:46 2010, comment #4:

Well, it seems to be a bug in Centos 5.4: After recompiling the Xaw3d-Package from Fedora 12 for Centos, it works.

Markus Steinborn <msteinbo>
Project Administrator
Fri Feb 26 10:26:21 2010, comment #3:

I noticed that adding

GV*international: True

to ~/.gv crashes my GNU gv 3.6.8 whenever trying to open a file by the GUI.

Therefore I am reopening this bug.

Markus Steinborn <msteinbo>
Project Administrator
Mon Apr 7 04:36:10 2008, comment #2:

No good. Thanks
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Fri Mar 14 07:08:09 2008, comment #1:

This bug was first reported by John Membrand

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Wed Oct 3 15:04:04 2007, original submission:

If International is set (for example with -xrm "*international: True"), the Xaw widgets are using FontSets instead of Fonts. This causes Vlist.c to get confused and misdraw the table of contents.

Attached patch should fix this, by mimicking what the Supersets expose routine does.

This bug was first reported by Ilya Anfimov as http://bugs.debian.org/149032. (Don't get confused by the xaw3d segfaults also described there, those having nothing to do with gv, but are pure xaw3d bugs).



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file #14072:  149032fontsets added by None (2kB)


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    Date Changed By Updated Field Previous Value => Replaced By
    Sun Feb 28 06:45:30 2010msteinboOpen/ClosedOpen=>Closed
    Fri Feb 26 10:47:46 2010msteinboStatusNone=>Ready For Test
    Fri Feb 26 10:26:21 2010msteinboStatusFixed=>None
    Wed May 21 18:03:45 2008msteinboStatusNone=>Fixed
    Wed Oct 3 15:04:04 2007NoneAttached File-=>Added 149032fontsets, #14072

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