Xffm and Samba 3.014a and Japanese
edscott wilson garcia
edscott at xfce.org
Wed Jun 1 19:18:25 CEST 2005
El jue, 02-06-2005 a las 00:46 +0900, Daichi Kawahata escribió:
> On Fri, 27 May 2005 09:55:38 -0500
> Edscott Wilson Garcia wrote:
> > > They aren't still displayed correctly even on your latest change, you
> > > can see at attached images. What I'm wondering is these SVG icons were
> > > displayed correctly with the other apps, so icon itself would be valid.
> > With respect to the first attached image, I have not found a reason why
> > they are not displayed. If they appear in the right pane it is because
> > they are found in the Rodent directory. If the skull-crossbones appears
> > is because the gtk function to create the pixbuf failed. On my system I
> > needed to run ./autogen.sh again because for some reason the changes I
> > made in the Makefile.am were not applied with a simple "make install".
> Yes I've took same way you did, though it still doesn't work here.
Try updating to >=22.214.171.124. I found and fixed the bug that was causing
the crash on irix when an icon was not found. It might be related.
> > This might be the problem. Svg image solving for semi-broken svg files
> > will cause crash in gtk-2-4 and there is no way to work around this if
> > svg images are to be used. See bug
> > http://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=751
> > Issue is apparently solved in gtk-2.6.4.
> My version was already 2.6.7, hmm okay I'm pending this issue unless it
> causes crash.
> > >
> > samba-3.0.14a/source/client/client.c (line 375) uses:
> > d_printf(" %-30s%7.7s %8.0f %s",
> > xfsamba uses:
> > /* client.c: " %-30s%7.7s %8.0f %s",filename,attr,size,asctime */
> > The same. Maybe it is different with Irix? Please look at
> > samba-3.0.14a/source/client/client.c (line 375)?
> > Maybe the %-30s is interpreted differently in Irix?
> In the above outputs, I was totally wrong at replacing tab <-> space
> and cutting, you're right, source code goes exactly same way you quoted.
Something during the processing of the output line must be done
differently in irix. I'm afraid there is not much I can do without more
> > > I'm bit interested in plugin for xffm ...
> > The slocate plugin has 2 ways of calling the slocate program. The
> > first is easy and simple uses a single thread. The second alternative
> > uses the "tubo" library (soon to be documented) which allows for
> > threaded version enabling things like the "stop" button and
> > gtk-main-iterations.
> In my understanding, this plugin simply invokes program 'slocate', isn't
> it ? what I'd like to try is that thumbnailed font viewer at xfce4-fm
> like fontilus, this is the main reason using nautilus now.
The plugins for xffm are for managing paths to files. What you describe
(I guess) is apparently to display the contents of the files themselves.
This is not what the xffm plugins are meant to do.
edscott wilson garcia <edscott at xfce.org>
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