Re: [tablix-list] gtablix 0.0.9-9 development release

From: Nicholas Robinson <nprREMOVE@THISbottlehall.co.uk>
Date: Sat Oct 22 2005 - 17:58:45 CEST

Hi

Nothing responds after pressing OK in filechooser.

Here's my input file.

BW

N

On Saturday 22 October 2005 15:32, igzebedze wrote:
> > I tried using the tarball instead of the rpm and have had some success.
>
> The
>
> > differences for a Redhat installation Core 4 (I mistakenly said 4 in my
> > earlier message but meant 3 as I've only 'upgraded' in the past two
>
> weeks)
>
> > seem to have been resolved and filechooser is now present.
>
> great!
>
> > One problem: gtablix believes gettext.pm should be Locale::gettext.
>
> Redhat
>
> > thinks it is without the Locale:: prefix. Removing this from the 'use'
> > directive overcomes this problem. I don't know if there is a more
>
> elegant
>
> > solution to detect where gettext is located for any particular
>
> installation,
>
> > if it varies.
>
> hm... i don't think there is a better solution... i'll see what i can do.
> .. what do you mean by 'removing' - you should leave 'use gettext;' at
> least...
>
> > I got the same problem as Tomaz with modulesref.xml so I applied the
>
> patch.
>
> > This doesn't work for me as my version of 'tablix2 -v' doesn't include
>
> the
>
> > line 'Module documentation available in'. I'm not sure why as I should
>
> have a
>
> > standard (albeit dated 30/8/5) copy of cvs tablix2. Changing the file
> > modinfo.pm to point to my correct location MAKES GTABLIX WORK!
>
> hm... tomaz?
>
> > I get a couple of messages on start-up:
> > /home2/npr/.gtablixrc: No such file or directory
> > Use of uninitialized value in subroutine entry
> > at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.6/i386-linux-thread-multi/gettext.pm
>
> line 30.
>
> > Touching /home2/npr/.gtablixrc makes the first one go away. The second
>
> one may
>
> > be due to some redhat quirk or something I suppose.
>
> i'll check the first one, and you shouldn't worry too much over the next
> one...
>
> > Gtablix doesn't like my configuration file, it hangs around after
>
> clicking ok
>
> > in the filechooserdialogue and eventually kde decides the window isn't
> > responding. If I try to read example files included in the
>
> distributions, it
>
> > complains of parsing errors. Will it only read files it has generated
>
> itself?
>
> in general no, it should open any proper tablix file, so i'd apriciate if
> you tell me exactly what doesn't work, or maybe even sent me your file...
>
> > I can't get it to run tablix2 although it correctly identifies where the
> > executable is and pvm is running. I can run tablix2 from shell. No
> > diagnostics are shown.
>
> it just doesn't respond to the button?
>
> i've done some changes with configurations and tablix handling, that could
> solve these problems, which i will probably post today or tomorow...
>
> regards, bostjan

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