Original date:2017-09-16 22:39:32 Edited by: irv Subject: Re: Problem using EuGTK - segmentation fault

rneu said...

I downloaded updater and started 'eui41 wee.exw' and it is working very well. However, on command line it gave following warning:

( wee.exw:1894): Gtk-WARNING **: Allocating size to GtkDrawingArea 0x91b58c0 without calling gtk_widget_get_preferred_width/height().  
How does the code know the size to allocate? 

It had downloaded new files in its EuGTK subfolder: GtkEngine.e, GtkEnums.e, GtkEvents.e, GtkPrinter.e .

I compiled wee.exw it with euc41. The compilation process went on smoothly so I started './wee'. But it does not run and ended with 'segmentation fault'.

GTK development versions are commonly littered with unimportant warnings. Wee uses no DrawingArea directly, so we know the message was left by a developer, probably as a reminder.

As far as compiling, I just successfully compiled Wee using euc which comes with the download from the downloads page:
This is on the Raspberry Pi 3, with Raspian, which is as close to Debian as I can get.

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