Re: [gpm] New stuff in CVS: graph legends

On Tue, 2006-04-04 at 20:21 +0200, Julien Valroff wrote:
> Hi!
> [sorry for breaking the thread, had to copy n'paste from the ML
> archives, having accidentaly deleted the original email]

I'm not bothered.. :-)

> > I'm after comments/feedback on something new in CVS: graph legends.
> I would like to test all the new functions, but I can't build from CVS (HEAD) on Debian Testing:
> gpm-main.c: In function 'main':
> gpm-main.c:144: error: 'GNOME_PARAM_GOPTION_CONTEXT' undeclared (first use in this function)
> gpm-main.c:144: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
> gpm-main.c:144: error: for each function it appears in.)
> make[4]: *** [gpm-main.o] Error 1
> I guess some packages are not up-to-date... I would tend to think
> libgnome-dev but it has the same version on testing and unstable
> (1.4.2-32 - with 32 being the Debian package revision)

devhelp has this: <libgnome/libgnome.h> -- Since 2.14

> And on Debian unstable:
> cc1: warnings being treated as errors
> gpm-graph-widget.c: In function 'gpm_graph_expose':
> gpm-graph-widget.c:681: warning: 'legend_height' may be used uninitialized in this function
> gpm-graph-widget.c:682: warning: 'legend_width' may be used uninitialized in this function
> make[4]: *** [gpm-graph-widget.o] Error 1

Odd, my GCC doesn't catch this.

I've just committed:

2006-04-04  Richard Hughes  <richard hughsie com>
 * src/gpm-graph-widget.c (gpm_graph_draw_graph): Fix  "legend_height
may be used uninitialized in this function" -- this is incorrect and
probably a GCC bug, but initialising them won't hurt.

> What's wrong now?

Me -- should work okay now. :-)

> > Ohh, and GNOME Power Manager is a little over a year old:
> Thanks for all your work. I really appreciate the way you care of all
> our end-users' problems. As I am far from being a developer, I can only
> offer testing and French translations when spare time permits it, but
> would like to do more to help you and GPM.



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