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Re: NSTabView problem

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: NSTabView problem
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2010 19:19:58 +0200
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The libffi problem will result in no images being displayed. As this
isn't the case for you, this looks like some different issue.
>From the picture I would say the the tab border images are drawn to the
wrong side of the view. This could be an issue with a flipped view.
NSTabView should itself be flipped but at the moment this isn't done in
code as there was a drawing problem for flipped views.
Or it could be an issue with a theme. Could you please switch to the
default theme if you are using any other?


Am 10.08.2010 15:38, schrieb Philippe Roussel:
> On Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 03:00:49PM +0200, address@hidden wrote:
>> That's the version of libffi which is shipped with your system compiler, 
>> apparently gcc 4.2.4. That version of libffi is clearly out of date. Just 
>> download and install libffi 3.0.9 and then configure gnustep-base to use 
>> that one.
> Ok, this is boring. The new libffi conflicts with the old version
> installed by my distribution during gnustep-base configure script, I
> have to disable xml for the configure script to finish (and I used the
> libffi options to specify /usr/local/, not the global include and
> library flags)...
> What's the relation between libffi and this drawing bug ? A function
> parameter wrongly interpreted ?

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