[Thuban-list] Problem with recompile Thuban on Fedora Core 2

Marcin Zajączkowski mszpak at wp.pl
Thu Aug 26 23:20:15 CEST 2004

Dnia 2004-08-26 12:40, Użytkownik Silke Reimer napisał:
>>I tried FC2 RPM but I didn't have wxGTK2 and wxPython2 packages (only 
>>wxGtk-2.4.2 and wxPython-...), so I had to recompile it from SRPM. I 
>>checked current CVS too but always it exited after try to open new layer.
>>Can You open any layer even under not UTF-8 encoding?
> If wxGTK2 and wxGTK are allowed concurrently on FC2 (I am not sure
> about that) you can try to install the official wxGTK2 and wxPython2
> package from fedora.us [1]. If this doesn't help to get run thuban
> on your system it would be very helpful if you could provide some
> gdb traceback. 

Unfortunately wxGTK from freshrpms can't live together with wxGTK2 from 
fedora.us, but after some work I installed:
from fedora.us. Your Thuban rpm for FC2 (and my recompilation too) 
*works* with some asserts:
[szpak at szpak us]$ thuban
No thubanstart module available

** (thuban:2773): CRITICAL **: file pango-layout.c: line 268 
(pango_layout_new): assertion `context != NULL' failed

** (thuban:2773): CRITICAL **: file pango-layout.c: line 544 
(pango_layout_set_font_description): assertion `layout != NULL' failed

** (thuban:2773): CRITICAL **: file pango-layout.c: line 787 
(pango_layout_set_text): assertion `layout != NULL' failed

** (thuban:2773): CRITICAL **: file pango-layout.c: line 2103 
(pango_layout_get_extents): assertion `layout != NULL' failed

(thuban:2773): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: file gobject.c: line 1579 
(g_object_unref): assertion `G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed

Field with loaded layers is little strange, but I can add layer in it.
I don't know why it doesn't work with wxGTK packages from freshrpms.net. 
Maybe You can try to temporary install it to tests:
and (in it's necessary wxPython from wxPython.org)

If it will work at your system maybe gdb helps to determine segmentation 
reason (in this case please tell me what gdb commands do You need - I 
haven't used gdb for years) in my case.

> Czesc (is this correct for saying Ciao in polish?)

You're amazing. Where did you learn Polish?
"Czesc" is correct in Internet slang (and of course it's used there). In 
formal Polish we write "Cześć" (chars in ISO-8859-2).


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