_swap_ximage_to_native:Assertion `NOT_REACHED' failed.
Erik at echohome.org
Sun Nov 19 20:16:19 PST 2006
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cairo-bounces at cairographics.org
> [mailto:cairo-bounces at cairographics.org] On Behalf Of Daniel Amelang
> Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2006 11:10 PM
> To: Vladimir Vukicevic
> Cc: cairo at cairographics.org; Erik at echohome.org
> Subject: Re: [cairo] cairo-xlib-surface.c:402:
> _swap_ximage_to_native:Assertion `NOT_REACHED' failed.
> On 11/19/06, Vladimir Vukicevic <vladimir at pobox.com> wrote:
> > ----- Daniel Amelang <daniel.amelang at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > On 11/18/06, Erik Ohrnberger <Erik at echohome.org> wrote:
> > > > Generally, I'm running an X Window server emulator on
> my Windows
> > > > PC and pipe the display up there. The PC is set to 32
> bit color
> > > > depth, and when the DISLPAY env var is set to the IP of the
> > > > Windows PC, that is when the applications fail with this error.
> > > >
> > > > Is there a setting someplace on the Linux side where I
> can force a
> > > > similar color depth as to the Option "Pixmap" "32" you
> mention below?
> > > >
> > > > Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it.
> > >
> > > Hmmm...your question is outside the scope of this list, as your
> > > problem is not cairo-related. You'll find better answers here
> > > (especially the cygwin-xfree part):
> > Well, it is sort of cairo related -- these X severs /are/
> out there (including Xvnc and various others), and having
> cairo assert out on them is not a good solution, IMO.
> Yea, totally agree. I was reponding to his question about cygwin/X.
> Sorry for the confusion, I didn't mean to imply that no one
> is going to address the root of the problem. As I said in my
> first response to Erik, I think this should problem should be
> in bugzilla and get the proper attention.
I have to admit that it's not cygwin/X, but an old program called
VisionWare, and has served me faithfully for a long number of years.
Specific version information that could proove helpful:
gtkmm-2.8.1, gtk+-2.6.10, cairo-0.1.6 works
gtkmm-1.2.9-r2, gtk+-2.8.19, cairo-1.0.4 does not work
Should I go and put this information in bugzilla? I'd be willing to do so,
but I'd have to find out where the bugzilla site is.
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