[Kst] debian unstable X errors (WAS: kst-1.1.0 and svn HEAD X Errors)

Ted Kisner tskisner.public at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 18:35:54 CEST 2005

On Monday 10 October 2005 08:06, Ted Kisner wrote:
> have confirmed that the problem still exists using the built-in
> (non-accelarated) nv driver.  I will try installing the unstripped Xorg
> packages and see if I can get anything useful...

This is on an up-to-date debian unstable system (Qt 3.3.5, KDE 3.4.2, Xorg 

George- do you know if the issues concerning using Qt 3.3.5 with KDE 3.4/3.5 
have been resolved?  If not, then maybe this is the problem.  Though I don't 
know why the debian-kde folks would use it then...

I'm pretty stumped here.  My system seems to be working fine- all KDE and GL 
apps (that I've tried) from binary packages work fine.  I can compile my own 
KDE apps, including other apps within the graphics module in svn HEAD, and 
they all work fine.  When I build and run kst, I get X errors whenever it 
paints within a basecurve.  

For example, if I open the datamanager and create a new matrix there is no 
problem.  If I create a new image, up pops the dialog, I select the matrix 
and click "ok".  The errors start showing after the draw commands in 
KstImage::paint, and continue whenever the basecurve paints.  This also 
happens with the standard curve plotting.

If other KDE apps also exhibitted this behaviour, I would say it might be some 
kind of library mismatch.

Is there anything we do (painting-wise) that most common KDE apps do not?


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