Is it somehow possible to start Windows applications from xterm so that they "remain" in X-Server area?
Tue Jun 1 15:38:00 GMT 2004
Alexander Gottwald wrote:
>On Tue, 1 Jun 2004, David Fraser wrote:
>>Alexander Gottwald wrote:
>>>But I'm still getting segfaults. The msgbox example segfaults
>>>in cygwin1!aclcheck. Are you using the latest packages or some older
>>Probably a bit older but not too old ... attached my packages list
>I guess that's the main difference.
I've updated to cygwin 1.5.9 now, and reproduced your bug
>>I haven't tried it on a clean install.
>>It is worthwhile checking out previous error messages or using gdb for a
>>backtrace ... in my case the segfault was a font encoding issue, might
>>be different for you
>The backtrace ended in cygwin1.dll. I'll try a debug build later.
I found that commenting out the add_uithread calls as in the following
patch got the msgbox example to work.
But the withdll still doesn't work. Will be interested to hear the debug
BTW what mailing list should we discuss this on?
diff -ur peace.orig/dll/ui.so/winuser.cc peace/dll/ui.so/winuser.cc
--- peace.orig/dll/ui.so/winuser.cc 2003-03-12 14:38:37.000000000 +0200
+++ peace/dll/ui.so/winuser.cc 2004-06-01 17:32:28.912746295 +0200
@@ -215,13 +215,13 @@
+ // add_uithread(GetCurrentThreadId());
+ // del_uithread(GetCurrentThreadId());
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