I recently installed Debian Etch on my laptop, then removed all of the
Gnome stuff and installed KDE and Inkscape. For some reason
inkscape cannot open or import svg images (though raster formats work
fine, and inkview can load svg's) and it fails with the error:
(inkscape:25435): libgnomevfs-CRITICAL **: gnome_vfs_uri_is_local: assertion `uri != NULL' failed
which is the same as in [ inkscape-Bugs-1363390 ]
(at http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=13947179 )
The bug fix doesn't provide much information regarding what the problem
was or how to fix it. I am using:
Inkscape 0.44.1 (Sep 25 2006)
But the problem existed in earlier versions also - I didnt think to write
down the old version numbers before I upgraded.
Any help appreciated!
IBM donated a quad-proc PPC for Inkscape testing. I've finally overcome
the weird console problems it was having, and got Ubuntu Dapper
installed on it. Bryce and I are going to get Crucible running on it
shortly, but until then (and after), anyone who's interested in getting
an account on it, please email me your SSH pub key and desired account
Doing "make -j6" it took about 3min40sec to do a full recompile. :)
Kees Cook @outflux.net
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I would like khmer translation to be added in SVN Server. And I don\'t know how to upload file to server. Now Khmer translation is almost finished 100%.
I've hit problems with the Cairo changes from r13107 breaking the
build. Specifically, PANGO_GLYPH_EMPTY is undeclared, as is
I have cairo 1.2 and pango1-dev 1.10.0
The one value appears to have been added to Pango 1.11.4, and then
hidden in 1.11.6.
There are also several other warnings that need to get cleaned up at
some point, but the build breakage is the main problem for me. I'd
hack something in, but I'm not sure of the "proper" fix in this case.
On Sep 30, 2006, at 3:38 AM, Andy Fitzsimon wrote:
> The toolbar should be vertically collapsible with a ^ button leading
> to other options
> also, the commands bar should also horizontally collapse with >
> leading to other options...
We'll mainly need some widget to wrap a spinbutton in a menuitem.
Then we can finish a transition to stock GTK menubars and get exactly
> -----Original Message-----
> From: bulia byak [mailto:buliabyak@...400...]
> Sent: donderdag 28 september 2006 4:23
> 3. Three "(inkscape:12772): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **:
> g_object_set_qdata_full: assertion `quark > 0' failed"
> warnings when I run Inkscape with a query, for example
> "inkscape -W file.svg".
Two of the errors were indeed spawned by paramnotebook.cpp. I fixed the bug
(something with tooltips).
After quite a search: the third error is not caused by my code but by
event-log.cpp. Newing SPDocumentPrivate() causes the error => Member
'Inkscape::EventLog event_log;' causes the error => and finally
"_event_list_store ( Gtk::TreeStore::create(_columns) )" is the cause of the
error. The code should be changed to create the TreeStore only if there is a
UI which can actually call Undo/Redo.
Because I am not familiar with the EventLog (mental proposed a better name:
'HistoryLog'), I hope the author can look into this. I tried to correct it
but it started becoming a nasty hack; I gave up for now.
Side note: we should make it clear to windows developers to enable the
console. I vote for enabling it standard in the SVN's makefiles, and disable
it for the pre-compiled distributions. I think people who are keen enough to
compile their own Inkscape can also cope with a console screen. This should
prevent some of the errors being missed. However, since I never use inkscape
from the commandline, I still would have missed some of the errors caused by
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