[Mono-winforms-list] Unexpected artefacts on WinForms porting
sylvain.lesimple at magellium.fr
Mon May 26 11:54:53 EDT 2008
I installed the package mono version first but it was a 1.2.5 version, so I
Then, I used the "generic" .bin installer for my tests. Also for my 1.2.6
The tests on openSUSE prompt no problems encountered with Ubuntu.
For the libgdiplus, I installed it with classics "./configure", "make" and
"make install", but I'm not a "hard user" of linux systems and I didn't
really verify which lib has been used.
Sorry to can not help you more.
Sebastien Pouliot-3 wrote:
> Bonjour Sylvain,
> On Mon, 2008-05-26 at 08:03 -0700, Sylvain Lesimple wrote:
>> I did some additionnal tests that could interest you.
>> First, on my Ubuntu distro, a part of the problem disappear when I
>> mono 1.9
> How was mono 1.9 installed ? using packages from Ubuntu ? or the mono
> "generic" installer ?
>> 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.
> by "any" you mean "none" right ?
>> The render is nearly the
>> same as with mono on Windows.
>> So, the last Ubuntu distro seems to be responsible for those problems.
> Maybe but it does not match any other issues I've seen. Are you 100%
> sure that your previous tests (with libgdiplus SVN) was loading the
> "right" library (and not another one installed ?).
> Anyone else on Ubuntu 8.04 seeing this ?
>> Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with bug reporting and my time credits
>> these investigations end today.
>> They maybe continue later.
>> Merci pour votre aide et bonne continuation.
> Merci pour tes informations
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