Rodent and png icons
edscott wilson garcia
edscott at xfce.org
Mon Oct 25 03:23:03 CEST 2004
El vie, 22-10-2004 a las 16:49, Brian J. Tarricone escribió:
> On 10/17/04 14:07, edscott wilson garcia wrote:
> > El dom, 17-10-2004 a las 12:31, Francois Le Clainche escribi?:
> > > Le samedi 16 octobre 2004 ? 19:30, edscott wilson garcia a ?crit:
> > >
> > > > Works under all circumstances I can think of (you have to update the
> > > > Rodent theme to test, because many icon sizes were found to be broken).
> > > > I commited the fix (in three steps), I hope you don't mind, see patch
> > > > below.
> > >
> > > hm... re.
> > >
> > > I know that old index.theme was a bit broken. But now Nautilus crashes
> > > on me :
> > >
> > > (nautilus:10428): librsvg-WARNING **: rsvg_start_svg: width and height
> > > not specified in the SVG, nor supplied by the size callback
> > > nautilus: art_render_gradient.c:337:
> > > art_render_gradient_linear_render_8: l'assertion ? (stops[ix-1].offset
> > > <= offset_fraction + 1e-6) || ((stops[ix].offset > (1.0 - 1e-6)) &&
> > > (offset_fraction < 1e-6 )) ? a ?chou?.
> > >
> > > Works fine if I use the old Rodent index.theme.
> > >
> > > Dunno why.
> > Don't know why either, but my guess is that there is inconsistent
> > behaviour with respect to index.theme. xfce-icontheme regards svg icons
> > to have a -1 size. Fixing index.theme to reflect this seems to be ok
> > with xfce-icontheme, but not for the gnome way. I'm now commiting svg
> > sizes back to 128. Either the size field for png and svg does not mean
> > the same thing, or this is a hack we must keep an eye open on.
> please revert. this report above is a libart_lgpl bug (actually, it seems
> the SVG file itself is malformed, but libart is stupidly crashing on
> it), which i've reported to gnome bugzilla (but they haven't commented on
> it). XfceIconTheme considering SVG icons to have -1 size has nothing to
> do with this. it just uses -1 as a sort of "magic" value to know that it's
> an SVG icon and can be scaled to any size without image degradation. i'm
> probably going to have time to look at XfceIconTheme this weekend and make
> the changes and fixes we've been knocking back and forth the past couple
> weeks. (sorry about the delay, but i've had a friend visiting since
Don't worry, I reverted all my changes a couple days ago, just to be
sure whatever was making the hidden bugs surface would be gone. BTW, the
hidden bugs might be caused by the "size" field when you parse
index.theme. The way you determine it from either index.theme or the
directory name is a bit confusing.
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