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From Cameron McCormack <cam-batik-...@aka.mcc.id.au>
Subject Re: bugzilla during comiter absence
Date Tue, 29 Jun 2004 14:36:30 GMT
Thomas DeWeese:
>    What JDK are you using?  1.4?  If so this is likely the problem
> here.  There are some subtle differences in the rendering.  I'm a
> little reluctant to move from 1.3 to 1.4 for testing because it means
> that quite quickly Batik will likely only support 1.4 - and right now
> there is no pressing issue with 1.3 compatibility (1.2 compat was
> dropped because it was getting expensive).

Yeah I'm using 1.4.  Maybe there should be 1.4 variations included (or
make 1.4 the standard and include 1.3 variations)?

I'm not even sure if I can get the right libstdc++ libraries to work
with the JDK 1.3 that I just downloaded!

> >  Running samples/mathMetal.svg
> >  java: ../../../src/share/native/sun/awt/font/t2k/t1.c:2171: 
> >  tsi_T1GetGlyphIndexFromAdobeCode: Assertion `0' failed.
>    Hmm, can you view mathMetal in squiggle?  This looks to me like
> you might have a 'corrupt' font on your system.  You could look at
> what fonts mathMetal uses and try 'hiding' them to isolate what one
> is causing the problem.

mathMetal seems to use only embedded fonts.  The error sounds like it is
in a Type 1 font.


I removed the gsfonts-x11 package and now it seems to work.  Doing this
probably will break ghostscript or xpdf though, I guess.

Maybe I'll just have to run the tests in Windows in vmware, but that would
be fairly annoying and slow!


Cameron McCormack
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