[jp] GTK2 2.4 vs 2.6: problems

Ralph Alvy ralvy at warpmail.net
Wed Jan 26 12:11:11 EST 2005


Okay. I see. Well, if JPilot had a way to go to a date without using those 
buttons (like the Palm itself has), I'd compile it with GTK2 support as be 
done with it. I really miss the GTK2 interface.

On Wednesday 26 January 2005 01:21 am, Rob van Vliet wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I reported a bug on this subject a few weeks ago:
> http://bugs.jpilot.org/view.php?id=1370
>
> The problem is that it appears very hard to reproduce, at it depends on
> what's in your Datebook database _and_ the GTK2 version _and_ the current
> date.
>
> I had the problem with Fedora Core 3, GTK 2.4.14. The strange thing is
> that the problem went away as time passed.
>
> Regards,
>
> Rob
>
> > I find that on my Linux installations that use gtk2 2.6 (Arch and
> > Slackware),
> > JPilot 0.99.7 Calendar view moves 2 month or years at a time when I touch
> > the
> > month or year arrowheads. On my Linux installation that still uses gtk2
> > 2.4
> > (Gentoo), this is not a problem.
> >
> > I have tried deleting my ~/.jpilot directory. When I do that, the
> > troublesome
> > installations work okay with no data in the calendar application. If I
> > add a
> > few records in JPilot, still no problem. But when I then sync with my
> > Palm Tungsten W, the problem arises after that. I have tried pruning off
> > last year's data, to no avail.
> >
> > None of these problems arise if I compile JPilot without gtk2 support.
> >
> > If this problem persists, I will not be able to use a version of JPilot
> > that
> > fails to support gtk1.
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