[Mono-winforms-list] Unexpected artefacts on WinForms porting
sylvain.lesimple at magellium.fr
Mon May 26 11:03:57 EDT 2008
I did some additionnal tests that could interest you.
First, on my Ubuntu distro, a part of the problem disappear when I uninstall
mono 1.9 to mono 1.2.6. This manip permit to fix fonts issues but it don't
resolve missing borders.
Then, I installed the VMware openSUSE 10.3 which works with mono 1.9, and
any of the problems encountered in Ubuntu appear. The render is nearly the
same as with mono on Windows.
So, the last Ubuntu distro seems to be responsible for those problems.
Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with bug reporting and my time credits for
these investigations end today.
They maybe continue later.
Merci pour votre aide et bonne continuation.
Sebastien Pouliot-3 wrote:
> Bonjour Sylvain,
> On Fri, 2008-05-23 at 08:42 -0700, Sylvain Lesimple wrote:
>> Thanks for your quick reply.
>> (I've corrected my screenshot link in my first post on the forum)
>> Actually I use Ubuntu 8.04 (april 2008 release), so you may be right.
>> I installed the libgdiplus from SVN trunk but I didn't see any difference
>> even after rebooting.
> Now that I can see your screenshot I can say that this does not look
> like the issue reported (and fixed in HEAD) for openSUSE 11.
>> I think I'm going to try some other distros or back to older mono
>> and do another tests.
> Right now we need to find out where the problem comes from. Can you open
> a bug report and attach your application to it ? That should quickly
> tell us if the problem is app specific or distro specific.
>> Jonathan Pobst wrote:
>> > What version of Ubuntu are you using? We found that something outside
>> > of Mono changed in the upcoming version of openSUSE 11 beta, causing
>> > graphical problems. Extremely recent versions of other distros may
>> > experience these graphical problems.
>> > You can try using the libgdiplus in our SVN trunk to see if that fixes
>> > it. It already contains the changes we have made for openSUSE that
>> > ship as part of Mono 2.0.
>> > Jonathan
>> > Sylvain Lesimple wrote:
>> >> Hi!
>> >> I start to apologize for my poor English, I'll try to do my best.
>> >> I recently installed mono 1.9 on my Ubuntu distrib and tried to port
>> >> .Net applications using WinForms.
>> >> Results obtained with mono execution on Windows weren't too bad but
>> >> not
>> >> the same for my Linux tries.
>> >> Here a screenshot of the NClass project tested on the
>> >> http://www.mono-project.com/Guide:_Porting_Winforms_Applications
>> >> porting guide :
>> >> http://www.nabble.com/file/p17426519/Capture.jpeg
>> >> You can see on it several graphic problems that not appear in my
>> >> tests. I obtain same rendering on any applications tested.
>> >> What's your feeling about these results and what caused them ?
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