Bug#392219: [Debian-med-packaging] Bug#392219: treeviewx: Printing
generates null postscript output
rleigh at whinlatter.ukfsn.org
Thu Oct 12 19:36:14 UTC 2006
Charles Plessy <charles-debian-nospam at plessy.org> writes:
> Le Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 07:59:19PM +0100, Roger Leigh a écrit :
>> I think this is the case. I have attached the screenshots of what I
>> see when I print on my system. On my friend's etch system, I do see a
>> print dialogue as you describe it.
>> I am running a KDE desktop, not GNOME, so perhaps there's some GNOME
>> printing magic going on via e.g. libgnomeprintui if
>> gnome-settings-daemon is running?
> I tried under KDE on a fresh system, and I had the same print dialogue
> as usual. To be sure that no gnome thing was running, I swiched the
> login manager from gdm to kdm, but the print dialogue was still the
> So either your computer carries an old library somewhere, or some old
> configuration in /etc or $HOME. Can you try to run TreeView X from a
> fresh account ?
I did that, and found that if I installed libgnomeprintui2.2-0:
$ sudo apt-get install libgnomeprintui2.2-0
the printing dialogue changed the next time I ran tv. It looks like
the default built-in print dialogue is broken, and the replacement
used when libgnomeprintui2.2-0 is installed (verified by checking
/proc/$pid/maps) is working correctly. If you remove
libgnomecups1.0-1 libgnomeprint2.2-0 libgnomeprint2.2-data
From your system temporarily, you should see the broken dialogue.
As a short term workaround, I would recommend a direct Depends on
libgnomeprintui2.2-0. Depending on where the other print dialogue is
coming from, this might be more appropriate as a wxWidgets dependency
if it's something the underlying wxWidgets is using. If the print
dialogue is a direct part of treeviewx, putting the Depends in
treeviewx would be more appropriate.
> PS: On my computer, TreeView X suffers from display bugs which were
> absent at the time I got the package sponsored. If the display works for
> you and you can survive with SVG export, I do not recommend to try to
> upgrade things just for TreeView X. You may get the print dialogue and
> the display bugs together...
They look like different bugs. The display bug looks partly like it's
not handling expose events correctly (if you "wipe" another window in
front of treeview to force an expose, it corrupts the diplay badly).
On another system, the display is unreadable (everything is sqashed
into the left side of the screen, whatever the window size). The
visual effects look like it's probably a similar cause. Is tv
calculating different display sizes in different functions?
.''`. Roger Leigh
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