Re: [wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.25 released

[ sorry for the formatting ]

  Hello,

> Sorry to be the first to po=
st a downer, but I'm still having trouble
> building my application usin=
g perlapp if I use any 2.6 version of Wx :(

  Which Windows version is=
 it?
 
> I've narrowed it down to Wx::Html. If I do a 'use Wx::Html' it=
 won't
> build and I get the error dialog shown at
> http://dazz.afoyi.=
com/stuff/wxperl_html_error.png

  Another user (with an older wxPerl v=
ersion) reported
a crash on exit on Win95 with PerlApp. No idea if this=0D
=
is related.

Regards
Mattia
=0A=0A=0A=0A_____________________________=
_______________________________=0A6X velocizzare la tua navigazione a 56k=
? 6X Web Accelerator di Libero!=0AScaricalo su INTERNET GRATIS 6X http://=
www.libero.it=0A


0
mattia
7/13/2005 8:00:46 AM
perl.wxperl.users 3070 articles. 0 followers. Follow

7 Replies
402 Views

Similar Articles

[PageSpeed] 47

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

Mattia Barbon <mattia.barbon@libero.it> wrote:
> [ sorry for the formatting ]
> 
>   Hello,
> 
> 
>>Sorry to be the first to post a downer, but I'm still having trouble
>>building my application using perlapp if I use any 2.6 version of Wx :(
> 
> 
>   Which Windows version is it?

Sorry, WinXPSP2.

>>I've narrowed it down to Wx::Html. If I do a 'use Wx::Html' it won't
>>build and I get the error dialog shown at
>>http://dazz.afoyi.com/stuff/wxperl_html_error.png
> 
> 
>   Another user (with an older wxPerl version) reported
> a crash on exit on Win95 with PerlApp. No idea if this
> is related.

This happens at "compile" time, not runtime.

Regards
Darryl

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (GNU/Linux)

iD8DBQFC1N1W/XQ6DbmPjokRArjJAJ4lV3V16mqlrRLrM9ZGieyVMyQ5JQCaAyAN
GRnPlvNBtcfCDmUFHisuh14=
=qpQW
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

0
spam
7/13/2005 9:25:03 AM
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 18:52:31 +0930 Darryl Ross <spam@afoyi.com> wrote:

> >>I've narrowed it down to Wx::Html. If I do a 'use Wx::Html' it won't
> >>build and I get the error dialog shown at
> >>http://dazz.afoyi.com/stuff/wxperl_html_error.png
> > 
> > 
> >   Another user (with an older wxPerl version) reported
> > a crash on exit on Win95 with PerlApp. No idea if this
> > is related.
> 
> This happens at "compile" time, not runtime.

  Yes, however this code:

perl -MWx -MWx::Html -e 42

was enough to reproduce the Win95 crash. If PerlApp tries to load
the modules it packages, this might cause the problem. But this is
trying to guess how PerlApp works.

Regards
Mattia


0
mattia
7/13/2005 9:18:45 PM
This is an OpenPGP/MIME signed message (RFC 2440 and 3156)
--------------enig6F3C9D12046DCB065802E2FF
Content-Type: multipart/mixed;
 boundary="------------040702010402050205070505"

This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
--------------040702010402050205070505
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

Mattia Barbon wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 18:52:31 +0930 Darryl Ross <spam@afoyi.com> wrote:
> 
>>>>I've narrowed it down to Wx::Html. If I do a 'use Wx::Html' it won't
>>>>build and I get the error dialog shown at
>>>>http://dazz.afoyi.com/stuff/wxperl_html_error.png
>>>
>>>  Another user (with an older wxPerl version) reported
>>>a crash on exit on Win95 with PerlApp. No idea if this
>>>is related.
>>
>>This happens at "compile" time, not runtime.
> 
>   Yes, however this code:
> 
> perl -MWx -MWx::Html -e 42
> 
> was enough to reproduce the Win95 crash. If PerlApp tries to load
> the modules it packages, this might cause the problem. But this is
> trying to guess how PerlApp works.

Comes straight back to the prompt under WinXP.

Digging further, I've narrowed it down to the call to Wx::wx_boot on
line 24 of Wx/Html.pm. If I comment that out the application builds
without errors but dies with the following error at runtime:

  Unrecognised character \xEF at /PerlApp/Wx.pm line 1
  BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /PerlApp/WxBrowser.pm line 26
  BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at wxbrowser.pl line 30

Line 26 of my WxBrowser.pm is "use Wx qw[:everything];"
Line 30 of my wxbrowser.pl is "use WxBrowser;"

Playing around in the wx_boot function in the Wx.pm file, if I comment
out the call to XSLoader::load on line 144 the crash shown in the
screenshot I posted does not occur, but I do get the "perlapp.exe has
encountered an error, would you like to send the details to Microsoft"
dialog. This could be related to some other module needing that call though.

By the way, both those line offsets are for wxperl 0.25.

I downloaded a trial version of the latest Perl Dev Kit from Activestate
and this problem still occurs, so I believe it would be reproducible if
you are able to try. The attached program is the smallest example I
could create that demonstrates the problem.

Wx 2.4 seems to have some "issues" with not collapsing borders around
items that have been hidden (at least when coming from XRC) which is why
  I'd like to get a 2.6 version working.

Regards
Darryl


--------------040702010402050205070505
Content-Type: application/x-perl;
 name="wxperl_html_example.pl"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Content-Disposition: inline;
 filename="wxperl_html_example.pl"

use Wx;
use strict;

package MyFrame;
use Wx qw[:everything];
use Wx::Html;
use base qw(Wx::Frame);
use strict;

sub new {
	my( $self, $parent, $id, $title, $pos, $size, $style, $name ) = @_;
	$parent = undef              unless defined $parent;
	$id     = -1                 unless defined $id;
	$title  = ""                 unless defined $title;
	$pos    = wxDefaultPosition  unless defined $pos;
	$size   = wxDefaultSize      unless defined $size;
	$name   = ""                 unless defined $name;
	$style = wxDEFAULT_FRAME_STYLE 
		unless defined $style;
	$self = $self->SUPER::new( $parent, $id, $title, $pos, $size, $style, $name );
	$self->SetTitle("frame_1");
	$self->{sizer_1} = Wx::BoxSizer->new(wxVERTICAL);
	$self->{window_1} = Wx::HtmlWindow->new($self, -1);
	$self->{window_1}->SetSize(300,300);
	$self->{window_1}->SetPage('<html><head><title>Test</title></head><body><h1>Hello!</h1><p>Hello World</p></body></html>');
	$self->{sizer_1}->Add($self->{window_1}, 1, wxEXPAND, 0);
	$self->SetAutoLayout(1);
	$self->SetSizer($self->{sizer_1});
	$self->{sizer_1}->Fit($self);
	$self->{sizer_1}->SetSizeHints($self);
	$self->Layout();
	return $self;
}

package MyApp;
use base qw(Wx::App);
use strict;
sub OnInit {
	my( $self ) = shift;
	Wx::InitAllImageHandlers();
	my $frame_1 = MyFrame->new();
	$self->SetTopWindow($frame_1);
	$frame_1->Show(1);
	return 1;
}

package main;
unless(caller){
	my $app = MyApp->new();
	$app->MainLoop();
}

--------------040702010402050205070505--

--------------enig6F3C9D12046DCB065802E2FF
Content-Type: application/pgp-signature; name="signature.asc"
Content-Description: OpenPGP digital signature
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="signature.asc"

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (GNU/Linux)

iD8DBQFC1cmO/XQ6DbmPjokRAk0kAJ9SBLZBSbLF4jIm3tOuKehKnGOL1QCffOYl
JDr+QYld1O6EPxqOOOeaXTo=
=u6fc
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

--------------enig6F3C9D12046DCB065802E2FF--

0
spam
7/14/2005 2:11:14 AM
Darryl,

I think you will be OK loading Wx::Html at runtime - rather than 
compile, so use
require Wx::Html;
and PerlApp should work fine.

Personally, when I used PerlApp, I never put the Wx distribution (or, 
for example, DBD modules with a whole range of dll's) in the PerlApp exe.
I always installed them directly in the runlib directory which PerlApp 
shoves in @INC for you.  Solves all sorts of PerlApp problems.


Regards

Mark








Darryl Ross wrote:
> Mattia Barbon <mattia.barbon@libero.it> wrote:
> 
>>>[ sorry for the formatting ]
>>>
>>>  Hello,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>Sorry to be the first to post a downer, but I'm still having trouble
>>>>building my application using perlapp if I use any 2.6 version of Wx :(
>>>
>>>
>>>  Which Windows version is it?
> 
> 
> Sorry, WinXPSP2.
> 
> 
>>>>I've narrowed it down to Wx::Html. If I do a 'use Wx::Html' it won't
>>>>build and I get the error dialog shown at
>>>>http://dazz.afoyi.com/stuff/wxperl_html_error.png
>>>
>>>
>>>  Another user (with an older wxPerl version) reported
>>>a crash on exit on Win95 with PerlApp. No idea if this
>>>is related.
> 
> 
> This happens at "compile" time, not runtime.
> 
> Regards
> Darryl
> 

-------------------------------------------------------
This SF.Net email is sponsored by the 'Do More With Dual!' webinar happening
July 14 at 8am PDT/11am EDT. We invite you to explore the latest in dual
core and dual graphics technology at this free one hour event hosted by HP,
AMD, and NVIDIA.  To register visit http://www.hp.com/go/dualwebinar
_______________________________________________
wxperl-users mailing list
wxperl-users@lists.sourceforge.net
https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/wxperl-users



0
mark
7/14/2005 4:20:04 AM
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

Hi Mark,

Thank you for your suggestion.

> I think you will be OK loading Wx::Html at runtime - rather than 
> compile, so use "require Wx::Html;" and PerlApp should work fine.

I have tried this (and just tried it again to be sure) and it still
comes up with the same 'The memory could not be "read".' error that it
was coming up with before.

> Personally, when I used PerlApp, I never put the Wx distribution (or,
> for example, DBD modules with a whole range of dll's) in the PerlApp exe.
> I always installed them directly in the runlib directory which PerlApp
> shoves in @INC for you.  Solves all sorts of PerlApp problems.

So, if I get this right, you still 'use' the modules, but trim the
modules out when building it and just put the dlls (or the .pm files
too?) into the app directory?

Can you elaborate a little bit more?

Regards
Darryl

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (GNU/Linux)

iD8DBQFC1f4a/XQ6DbmPjokRAimmAJ9vnKlTjO42V0AV27x+3VTqUILOTACfdN7v
POX9X6vjxAsYJHh8+rerjEk=
=yGQN
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

0
spam
7/14/2005 5:56:03 AM
Darryl,

Using PerlApp 6.0.1, 'require Wx::Html' works OK for me.
You also have to 'require' the following modules. rather than 'use':
require Wx::Html;
require Wx::Grid;
require Wx::Calendar;
require Wx::Region;
require Wx::Socket;
require Wx::STC;
require Wx::Timer;
require Wx::XRC;
require Wx::FS;

or you'll get the same error.

On the RunLib question, PerlApp puts your 'runlib' in the @INC array. 
So, to keep things perlish, if you have an install directory, 
installDir, you might put your executable and the perl58.dll in 
'installDir\bin'. You can define your 'Run Lib' in PerlApp as a relative 
path to your executable, so if you define it as '../lib' that means that 
your installation has to put the relevant module files in installDir\lib.
Under installDir\lib, it should look exactly as it does under 
c:\perl\site\lib (assuming a default ActiveState setup)

So you would have
installDir\lib\Wx.pm
installDir\lib\Wx\Event.pm
..... etc .....
installDir\lib\auto\Wx\Wx.dll
installDir\lib\auto\Wx\wxbase26u_net_vc_custom.dll
.......etc......

Effectively for Wx you can do a simple copy. (if you're using your own 
compile of wxPerl, remember not to bother distributing the build and 
debug files e.g. .lib and .pdb extensions.)

The only problem with this is that when you trim 'Wx', you lose all its 
dependencies - which are

Carp;
Exporter;
Tie::Handle;
XSLoader;
overload;
strict;
vars;

So you need to add these to your 'Add Modules' section in PerlApp if 
they're not needed by any other modules.

The only disadvantage is that you need to build an installation prog - 
with InnoSetup for example, but you're probably already doing this anyway.

Regards

Mark













Darryl Ross wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> 
> Thank you for your suggestion.
> 
> 
>>>I think you will be OK loading Wx::Html at runtime - rather than 
>>>compile, so use "require Wx::Html;" and PerlApp should work fine.
> 
> 
> I have tried this (and just tried it again to be sure) and it still
> comes up with the same 'The memory could not be "read".' error that it
> was coming up with before.
> 
> 
>>>Personally, when I used PerlApp, I never put the Wx distribution (or,
>>>for example, DBD modules with a whole range of dll's) in the PerlApp exe.
>>>I always installed them directly in the runlib directory which PerlApp
>>>shoves in @INC for you.  Solves all sorts of PerlApp problems.
> 
> 
> So, if I get this right, you still 'use' the modules, but trim the
> modules out when building it and just put the dlls (or the .pm files
> too?) into the app directory?
> 
> Can you elaborate a little bit more?
> 
> Regards
> Darryl
> 


0
mark
7/14/2005 10:08:35 AM
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
--------------090300010103090105040402
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit


Darryl Ross wrote:
>>>>>I've narrowed it down to Wx::Html. If I do a 'use Wx::Html' it won't
>>>>>build and I get the error dialog shown at
>>>>>http://dazz.afoyi.com/stuff/wxperl_html_error.png

Hi. FYI, I tried "use"ing all the Wx modules and found
there are only four that cause the crash with PerlApp.

use Wx;
use Wx::App;
use Wx::ArtProvider;
use Wx::Calendar;
use Wx::DateTime;
use Wx::DND;
#use Wx::DocView;          # crash!
use Wx::DropSource;
use Wx::Event;
use Wx::FS;
#use Wx::Grid;             # crash!
use Wx::Help;
#use Wx::Html;             # crash!
use Wx::Locale;
use Wx::MDI;
use Wx::Menu;
use Wx::Perl::Carp;
use Wx::Perl::SplashFast;
#use Wx::Print;            # crash!
use Wx::RadioBox;
use Wx::Region;
use Wx::Socket;
use Wx::STC;
use Wx::Timer;
use Wx::Wx_Exp;
use Wx::XRC;

> Playing around in the wx_boot function in the Wx.pm file, if I comment
> out the call to XSLoader::load on line 144 the crash shown in the
> screenshot I posted does not occur, but I do get the "perlapp.exe has
> encountered an error, would you like to send the details to Microsoft"
> dialog. This could be related to some other module needing that call though.

To try to isolate it further, I made a stripped-down little
module that mimics how Wx.pm loads all the various DLLs.

If you drop the following two files into the same directory,
and run "perlapp --dependent PerlAppCrashTest.pl" there, it
succeeds unless one of the four commented lines are
uncommented. (Even when perlapp crashes, "end of module"
is printed.)

Apparently something is peculiar about loading DocView.dll,
Grid.dll, Html.dll, Print.dll in the PerlApp context that
otherwise works fine with all the other XS DLLs...

It may also be worth noting that exactly the same XS DLLs
succeed/fail to load under PerlApp when using DynaLoader's
functions

    bootstrap()  and  dl_load_file()

to do the loading, instead of

    XSLoader::load()  and  Wx::_load_plugin().



PerlAppCrashTest.pl
-------------------

#!/usr/bin/perl

use PerlAppCrashTest1;
#use PerlAppCrashTest2;

print STDOUT "end of script\n";

__END__



PerlAppCrashTest1.pm
--------------------

package Wx;

require XSLoader;

XSLoader::load( 'Wx', '0.25' );

Wx::Load();

# Remove the "u" if not using unicode build
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_gcc_custom.dll"      );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_net_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_xml_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_adv_gcc_custom.dll"   );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_core_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_gl_gcc_custom.dll"    );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_html_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_media_gcc_custom.dll" );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_stc_gcc_custom.dll"   );
Wx::_load_plugin( 
"C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_xrc_gcc_custom.dll"   );

XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Calendar', '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::DateTime', '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::DND',      '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::DocView',  '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::FS',       '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Grid',     '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Help',     '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Html',     '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::MDI',      '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Print',    '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Socket',   '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::STC',      '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::XRC',      '0.01' );

print STDOUT "end of module\n";

1;

__END__



BTW, my previous post to this list regarding PerlApp and
the ":allclasses" parameter stopped short. Evidently, the
"eval _get_packages();"  in import() in Wx.pm  is indeed
being handled properly by PerlApp. It only crashes there
because the static const string returned by _get_packages()
includes "use" statements for the four problematic modules.

Best Regards,
-PWR


PS: This was on WinXP SP2


--------------090300010103090105040402
Content-Type: application/x-perl;
 name="PerlAppCrashTest.pl"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Content-Disposition: inline;
 filename="PerlAppCrashTest.pl"

#!/usr/bin/perl 

use PerlAppCrashTest1;
#use PerlAppCrashTest2;

print STDOUT "end of script\n";

__END__


--------------090300010103090105040402
Content-Type: text/plain;
 name="PerlAppCrashTest1.pm"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Content-Disposition: inline;
 filename="PerlAppCrashTest1.pm"

package Wx;

require XSLoader;

XSLoader::load( 'Wx', '0.25' );

Wx::Load();

# Remove the "u" if not using unicode build
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_gcc_custom.dll"      );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_net_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_xml_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_adv_gcc_custom.dll"   );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_core_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_gl_gcc_custom.dll"    );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_html_gcc_custom.dll"  );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_media_gcc_custom.dll" );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_stc_gcc_custom.dll"   );
Wx::_load_plugin( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_xrc_gcc_custom.dll"   );

XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Calendar', '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::DateTime', '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::DND',      '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::DocView',  '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::FS',       '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Grid',     '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Help',     '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Html',     '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::MDI',      '0.01' );
#XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Print',    '0.01' ); # crash!
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::Socket',   '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::STC',      '0.01' );
XSLoader::load( 'Wx::XRC',      '0.01' );

print STDOUT "end of module\n";

1;

__END__


--------------090300010103090105040402
Content-Type: text/plain;
 name="PerlAppCrashTest2.pm"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Content-Disposition: inline;
 filename="PerlAppCrashTest2.pm"

package Wx;

require DynaLoader;

push @Wx::ISA, 'DynaLoader';  Wx->bootstrap( '0.25' );

#Wx::Load();

# Remove the "u" if not using unicode build
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_gcc_custom.dll"     , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_net_gcc_custom.dll" , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxbase26u_xml_gcc_custom.dll" , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_adv_gcc_custom.dll"  , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_core_gcc_custom.dll" , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_gl_gcc_custom.dll"   , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_html_gcc_custom.dll" , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_media_gcc_custom.dll", 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_stc_gcc_custom.dll"  , 0);
DynaLoader::dl_load_file( "C:\\Perl\\site\\lib\\auto\\Wx\\wxmsw26u_xrc_gcc_custom.dll"  , 0);

push @Wx::Calendar::ISA, 'DynaLoader';  Wx::Calendar ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
push @Wx::DateTime::ISA, 'DynaLoader';  Wx::DateTime ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
push @Wx::DND::ISA,      'DynaLoader';  Wx::DND      ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
#push @Wx::DocView::ISA,  'DynaLoader';  Wx::DocView  ->bootstrap( '0.01' ); # crash!
push @Wx::FS::ISA,       'DynaLoader';  Wx::FS       ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
#push @Wx::Grid::ISA,     'DynaLoader';  Wx::Grid     ->bootstrap( '0.01' ); # crash!
push @Wx::Help::ISA,     'DynaLoader';  Wx::Help     ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
#push @Wx::Html::ISA,     'DynaLoader';  Wx::Html     ->bootstrap( '0.01' ); # crash!
push @Wx::MDI::ISA,      'DynaLoader';  Wx::MDI      ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
#push @Wx::Print::ISA,    'DynaLoader';  Wx::Print    ->bootstrap( '0.01' ); # crash!
push @Wx::Socket::ISA,   'DynaLoader';  Wx::Socket   ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
push @Wx::STC::ISA,      'DynaLoader';  Wx::STC      ->bootstrap( '0.01' );
push @Wx::XRC::ISA,      'DynaLoader';  Wx::XRC      ->bootstrap( '0.01' );

print STDOUT "end of module\n";

1;

__END__


--------------090300010103090105040402--

0
Peter
7/15/2005 9:34:26 AM
Reply:

Similar Artilces:

Re:[wxperl-users] Re: wxPerl 0.23 release
> Mattia Barbon <mattia.barbon@libero.it> writes: > > > On Tue, 28 J= un 2005 22:44:29 +0200 Johan Vromans <jvromans@squirrel.nl> wrote:=0D = > > Under Windows the change in the default font is to > > be expected= .. > > I'm using Fedora Core 2... :-) I suppose I could not be m= ore wrong... Anyway: the font change looks like a GTK+ 1.2 vs 2.x ch= ange. For the button width you should try the wxBU_EXACTFIT style fo= r the buttons that need to be smaller than standard buttons. HTH=0D = Mattia =0A=0A=0A...

[wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.25 released
Hello, fixes from 0.24: - Added back Wx::NotebookSizer (removed by accident). - Fixed off-by-one error in Wx::Log::SetTimestamp. - Fixed crash with eval + use in event handler. - Fixed test suite for wxWidgets 2.4.x. Many thanks to everybody who provided feedback to make wxPerl 0.25 better! Regards Mattia -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Mattia Barbon wrote: > Hello, > fixes from 0.24: > > - Added back Wx::NotebookSizer (removed by accident). > - Fixed off-by-one error in Wx::Log::SetTimestamp. > - Fixed crash with eva...

Re:[wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.25 not exporting wxHIDE_READONLY
Hello, > Well, I have 0.25 with wxWidgets 2.6.1 up and running now, = and I'm > trying to find out what I have to change to make it all work = again. Partly my error. Sorry. > First thing I ran into, was that= AAC::Pvoice::Panel used Wx::Panel's > Clear method, which doesn't seem= to exist anymore. Commenting it out > worked fine. Use ClearBackg= round() for the same effect. > However, something that doesn't work an= ymore and should work according > to the docs is the wxHIDE_READONLY st= yle for Wx::FileDialog. The err...

Re: [wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.23 Release Candidate
Hello, > I'm very interested in using this for 10.4/Tiger, but I'm a= little > worried about how it will "play nice" with the existing wxWi= dgets > install (2.5.3 or 2.5.4 I think) that comes with Tiger. Do yo= u know 2.5.3. > whether those .pkg files will overwrite anythin= g? I have not checked (stupid me). However the wxWidgets package in= stalls the libraries under /usr/local and the wxWidgets binaries are def= initely not there (and if they were they would have a different name). I= have no idea about the wxPerl shippe...

Re: [wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.23 Release Candidate #2
Hello, > I've not seen a changelog so I post my question here. > =0D = > Does this version supports printing of images with Wx::HtmlEasyPrinting= ? This looks like a wxWidgets (not wxPerl) issue, hence the answer = is: I have really no idea, but in any case this depends on wxWidgets,=0D = not on wxPerl. What would be a test case, simply printing an HTML page c= ontaining images? On all platforms or just some? Regards Mattia =0A=0A= =0A=0A____________________________________________________________=0ANavi= ghi a 4 MEGA e i primi 3 mesi sono GRATIS. =0AS...

Re:[wxperl-users] building wxPerl 0.25 with unicode... fails
Hello, > I just tried to build wxPerl 0.25, and it failed at perl Ma= kefile.PL. <snip> > D:\.cpan\build\Wx-0.25>perl Makefile.PL --unico= de > NMAKE : fatal error U1065: invalid option 'u' > Any ideas? =0D = You are using the free NMAKE from MS site. You should use the NMAKE in= cluded in Visual Studio. The error message might be more helpful... Coul= d you take care to submit a bug in bugtracker? Thanks! Mattia =0A=0A= =0A=0A____________________________________________________________=0A6X v= elocizzare la tua navigazione a 56k?...

Re: [wxperl-users] Re: wxperl
yes !! its really time to help more mattia. things i could offer are beside bug reports is to help to buil a better brwosable doku, this is one of my long time wish so are so. herbert "Graciliano M. P." <gmpowers@terra.com.br> schrieb am 11.12.04 03:29:27: > > > hey all, > > > > I just tried downloading the cvs snapshot, Wx-0.20, Wx-0.19, and Wx-0.18 > > and trying to install them on solaris (without luck). I tried both > wxAll-2.4.2 > > and wxWidgets-2.5.3. > > > > Furthermore, I went to the wikis for more in...

[wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.05 released
Hello, I am just releasing wxPerl 0.05; when wxWindows 2.2.6 will be out, I will release a PPM package for ActivePerl, and a version of wxWindows docs patched for wxPerl. ( Note: I will not use the SF release manager for docs & bin, because I don't want to waste space with alpha releases: I will put these on the ftp site, and post to the list ). Regards Mattia ...

Re:[wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.24
Hello, > I hope to have it uploaded by tomorrow. Now uploaded= .. Share and enjoy Mattia =0A=0A=0A=0A_______________________________= _____________________________=0A6X velocizzare la tua navigazione a 56k? = 6X Web Accelerator di Libero!=0AScaricalo su INTERNET GRATIS 6X http://ww= w.libero.it=0A ...

Re: [wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.49_01
Hello, > There are a few files missing from Wx-0.49_01.tar.gz. (I grabbed it off= > pause) > > 1. the whole of directory \ext\media > 2. \ext\datetime\XS\DateSpan.xsp > 3. \ext\datetime\XS\TimeSpan.xsp Fixed. Also fixed the #ifdefs for wxLaunchDefaultBrowser (it is a bug in xsubpp). 0.49_02 being uploaded to PAUSE as I write. Thanks! Mattia ...

[wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.16 release
Hello, I still need to make the official announce(s), I hope to do that this evening. In the meanwhile: 0.16 Sun Aug 24 22:45:24 CEST 2003 - Added Wx::PlGridCellEditor and Wx::PlGridCellRenderer for custom Wx::Grid cell editing/displaying. - Added Wx::PlGridTable for custom Wx::Grid storage. - Fixed Wx::SocketServer::Accept. - Added Wx::PlXmlResourceHandler, for inserting custom controls in XRC resources. - wxWindows 2.5 compatibility. The PPMs are split in two: the Wx-0.16-blah.zip contain the binaries, 99% of the downloaders will need just that. The matching ...

[wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.23 release
Hello, I have yet to update the site and send out the official anno= unce. You can get it from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.ph= p?group_id=3D15655 The wxWidgets RPMs this release depends on can= be fond at: http://www.barbon.org/wxperl/0.23/wxWidgets/ (please n= ote that they are not from the wxWidgets team). Regards Mattia =0D = P.S.: phew... done, finally... =0A=0A=0A=0A____________________________= ________________________________=0ANavighi a 4 MEGA e i primi 3 mesi sono= GRATIS. =0AScegli Libero Adsl Flat senza limiti su http://www.li...

Fwd: wxPerl on the Mac; was: [wxperl-users] Re: problems with wxPerl
>To: Jouke Visser <jouke@pvoice.org>, wxperl-users@lists.sourceforge.net >From: Christian Jaeger <christian.jaeger@sl.ethz.ch> >Subject: wxPerl on the Mac; was: [wxperl-users] Re: problems with wxPerl >Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 23:08:19 +0100 > >Hello, > >I'm crossposting this reply to the macosx-perl mailing list because >there is some interest, too. Actually I forgot to put the macosx-perl adress on it. >At 14:02 Uhr +0200 24.9.2001, Jouke Visser wrote: >>I wondered if anyone yet tried to compile wxPerl on a Mac. If not, I'...

Re: [wxperl-users] Plans for wxPerl 0.23, wxWidgets 2.6.0
Hello, > Mattia Barbon wrote: > > > I am going to provide only w= xWidgets 2.6.x releases from now on, > >and I will consider if I will ke= ep distributing Perl 5.6.x-enabled > >binaries. If anybody is willing to= take the time to compile and relase > >wxWidgets 2.4.x binaries, I will= most gratefully grant him/her the > >appropriate permissions, otherwise= I will just drop those combination from > >binary releases (I will keep= support in the sources). > > > > > If there is anyone who would sti= ll like sup...

Web resources about - Re: [wxperl-users] wxPerl 0.25 released - perl.wxperl.users

O'Reilly Open Source Convention 2007 • July 23-27, 2007 • Portland, Oregon
O'Reilly Open Source Convention 2007 - July 23-27, 2007 - Portland, Oregon

Resources last updated: 1/15/2016 1:35:45 PM