boud at valdyas.org
Fri Mar 31 16:44:38 CEST 2006
On Fri, 31 Mar 2006, Leonardo Giordani wrote:
> > Hey, I said "try", not "succeed"!
> Mmmm... are you sure? :-)
Yes... I guess we need parameters like:
thickness of fiber
will form the resulting map
Maybe also base color in simple RGB? Reflectiveness?
> > Backtrace?
> Good point: I wanted to ask about it but I was a bit confused. Krita crashes
> and the KDE Crash Manager pops up. I select Details (I have not it in front
> of me now, I hope the names are correct) and he says something like
> "This backtrace is unuseful becouse stack was severely corrupted or your
> application was compiled in a strage way"
> Since I compiled with --enable-debug=full and nothing more (except for
> --prefix), I think that probably my execution was really catastrophic.
Urgh, yes. Sometimes it helps to run in gdb -- that could give a stacktrace,
or, if all else fails, and you've got a fast computer, under valgrind.
> > to/from QColor, convertToQImage, bitBlt are the main ones, as well as the
> > administrative things like pixelSize, get/setAlpha.
> The first two and the latter two were missing...
Maybe I forgot some more essentials, but I think this is the lot. For bitBlt,
the COMPOSITE_OVER op is mandatory, too.
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