Re: Japanese Display for gtk+-1.2.9

Xyber Blue writes:
 > So it understood that the x-server from which the application
 > displayed is from our target system, not the PC host system.

The X server is what directly controls the display in question.

 > By the way, we follow the steps on what Mr Suzuki said. We tried to run
 > dillo which is installed from the host PC to our target.

I don't know what "dillo" is, but...

 > After trying the following steps, when executing the dillo from the
 > PC to our target, dillo can display japanese text on its gtk
 > widgets. Now I am confused, what gtk toolkit did the dillo from
 > host PC used???

It uses GTK on the machine where it runs, i.e. the "host PC". If it
uses GTK 1.2, it uses server-side fonts only (i.e., fonts accessed by
the X server running on the "target"), as far as I know, but somebody
else should confirm this. Later GTK and Pango versions use client-side

 > Im really confused on the way the host PC application executes to
 > the target. When we tried to rename the X11R6 directory, dillo
 > fails to execute.  Why did this happen???

You renamed which X11R6 directory, the one on the "host PC" or the
"target"? If you renamed the X11R6 directory on the "host PC", X
client software like dillo won't find their shared libraries.

 > So does it mean that the x-server libraries from our target is not
 > really the one which the host PC dillo is using???

Hmm, "x-server library" doesn't really mean anything. If you mean the
X11 and GTK shared libraries (typically,, etc),
then the dillo program uses the libraries from the same machine where
it runs. And the X server uses libraries on the machine where it
runs. The X server does not use many of libraries that X clients use,
especially not, and of course no GTK libraries either.


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