Rendering problem in NetTerm
mike_mccormack at start.com.au
Mon Oct 8 20:35:39 CDT 2001
i'm trying to solve a comms problem in NetTerm
http://www.securenetterm.com/ but i've run into another problem.
The rendering in NetTerm fails almost completely. Its main window ends
up with only the boarders drawn and will draw some toolbar buttons if
i move the mouse over them.
The following message appears repeatedly in the debug log:
err:region:CombineRgn Invalid rgn=1096
i did a bit of tracing of the app and found that the region 1096 is
created, used by a DC, destroyed, then used again.
Is it possible that the reference count of the region is incremented
when it is used in some way by a DC? A similar problem to the
reference counting one Uwe Bonnes discovered (see message to this list
on 16 Aug)?
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 18:41:04 -0300
>From: Raul Dias <chaos at swi.com.br>
>Reply-To: wine-users at winehq.com
>To: wine-users at winehq.com
>Subject: wine serial support
>I use wine to run a terminal emulator (NetTerm).
>It connects to a Linux Server (it was meant to run from windows) that
runs a commerce software.
>This Linux commerce software sends the terminal emulator escape codes
to interface with a
>"ticket" printer attached to a serial port.
>The reason to go thru all this problem is that the printer has a
proprietary, closed source driver
>for windows only and interface only with netterm.
>With wine 20001026 this works greatfull. The application takes 3
seconds to startup
>in a P133 machine.
>However, the serial communication part does not work with the later
versions of wine
>like 20010731. The application reports as if there is no serial port
and wine complains
>with some fixmes about comm support.
>Did wine suffered a big serial change over the last year?
>Now the important thing:
>What can I do to help debug this problem (and make it work
>on latest wine versions)?
>Run it in the latest wine with --debugmsg +all is enough?
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