Wine 20050310 redraw problems (specifically with Paint
Shop Pro 7)
julesrichardsonuk at yahoo.co.uk
Thu May 5 18:39:47 CDT 2005
Didn't work I'm afraid - no change (patched 20050419 source)
Exactly the same behaviour as before, for what it's worth!
It's getting late here, but I can glady try anything else you might come
up with tomorrow!
Oh, I turned on trace debug for both 20041201 (last version that works)
and 20050111 (where the problem first shows up). There's nothing
obviously different between the two; the same things seem to be called,
in the same order etc.
If the problem's likely to be in x11drv then I can do some poking around
tomorrow; a diff between the source for 20041201 and 20050111 might give
some clues as to what's happening...
On Thu, 2005-05-05 at 15:13 -0600, Vitaliy Margolen wrote:
> Ok try this. Not perfect, but the move in the right direction.
> Thursday, May 5, 2005, 12:59:22 PM, you wrote:
> > Looks like something I'm messing around right now. Give me few more hours I'll
> > have a patch for you to try.
> > Best regards,
> > Vitaliy
> > Thursday, May 5, 2005, 10:32:52 AM, you wrote:
> >> On Thu, 2005-05-05 at 10:34 +0000, Jules Richardson wrote:
> >>> Wine 20050211, 20050310, 20050419 (the three I've tried) all have this
> >>> nasty redraw bug where the drawing canvas isn't being refreshed. So
> >>> whatever the fault is, it crept in somewhere between 20040914 and
> >>> 20050211.
> >> Right, whatever the problem is, it turned up in 20050111.
> >> Versions prior to that handled the window creation / refresh correctly,
> >> but at 20050111 and later the window isn't being cleared upon initial
> >> creation and isn't being refreshed when the window is partially or
> >> wholly obscured by anything and then made visible again.
> >> Note that PSP drawing tools *do* work - i.e. I can draw with the pen
> >> tool say, and the window contents are updated fine. It seems to be
> >> interaction with "external" things (tooltips, other windows etc.) that
> >> has been broken.
> >> Unless someone can point me at how to get a call trace out of Wine (one
> >> that isn't several GB :-) this is about at the limit of what I can do
> >> though - my C coding is rather rusty and I likely don't have the time to
> >> read up on how the debugger etc. work. Doubtless a call trace would be
> >> useful in pinpointing the problem though...
> >> cheers
> >> Jules
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