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	<field user_id="100" name="submitted_by">nobody</field>
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	<field name="priority">3</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">drawserv can Import but not Open PostScript files</field>
	<field name="open_date">948739112</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">I created a graphic called aniline2 (a chemical struct) put a box around it
and did:
File::Export Graphics
Clicked on PostScript
Clicked on Export
I could read it with File::Import Graphics

I then did:
File::Open
Highlite aniline2 and hit return
Highlite aniline2 and clicked on Open
Both returned the error &#34;Open Failed&#34;

Apparently there is a discrepancy between the routines used in 
&#34;File::Open&#34; and &#34;File::Import Graphics&#34;</field>
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		<field name="adddate">948750424</field>
		<field name="user_name">johnston</field>
		<field name="body">The original submission, by tgruhn@users.sourceforge.net, applies to using drawserv, but not necessarily drawtool or the other ivtools drawing editors.  The specialized Open command of drawserv can handle the hybrid multi-frame/graph-network files generated by drawserv, but has not incorporated the recent extensions to drawtool\'s Open command which added support for opening PostScript files.</field>
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		<field name="field_name">summary</field>
		<field name="old_value">drawserv can't Open PostScript files</field>
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		<field name="mod_by">johnston</field>
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		<field name="old_value">100100</field>
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		<field name="field_name">summary</field>
		<field name="old_value">Files::Open doesn't work</field>
		<field name="entrydate">948750424</field>
		<field name="mod_by">johnston</field>
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	<field user_id="406" name="submitted_by">johnston</field>
	<field user_id="100" name="assigned_to">nobody</field>
	<field name="priority">7</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">animated stretch not right in landscape mode</field>
	<field name="open_date">962146682</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">The opaque animation of the Stretch tool has a bug when the drawing editor is in landscape mode.</field>
	<field name="artifact_history">
<history>
		<field name="field_name">priority</field>
		<field name="old_value">5</field>
		<field name="entrydate">964283894</field>
		<field name="mod_by">johnston</field>
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	<field user_id="406" name="submitted_by">johnston</field>
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	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">can't opaque-move a drawtool file with raster while loading</field>
	<field name="open_date">961196774</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">A simple raster in a drawtool file:

	drawtool(raster(&#34;/tmp/test.ppm&#34;))

works fine when the incremental display mechanism is enabled, but you can't do an opaque-move of it while it is loading, because there is an unitialized transformer that causes problems.  For now one of these is disabled, either the incremental display on local files or the opaque-move, but I don't remember which.
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	<field user_id="100" name="assigned_to">nobody</field>
	<field name="priority">3</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">possible comterp deadlock using remote command</field>
	<field name="open_date">961196914</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">command interpreter</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">Start a &#34;comterp server 7777&#34; and &#34;comterp server 8888&#34;,
then in the one listening on port 8888 enter the following to get a deadlock:

	remote(localhost 7777 &#34;remote(localhost 8888 \&#34;1+1\&#34;)&#34;)

If the remote command was restructured to wait for incoming data via the Dispatcher (Reactor) this wouldn't be a problem.
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	<field name="artifact_id">207606</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="submitted_by">johnston</field>
	<field user_id="100" name="assigned_to">nobody</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">fix flipbook auto-slideshow disabled by incremental download</field>
	<field name="open_date">961198122</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">When incremental download from a URL was added to ivtools (around 0.7.3) the automatic slideshow mechanism of ivtools flipbook was disabled.  This needs to be restored, as well as the downloading of entire ivtools documents by URL, which was disabled at the same time, i.e.:

	drawtool http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/anteaters.drs

does not work like it once did.
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	<field name="artifact_id">207723</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="submitted_by">johnston</field>
	<field user_id="100" name="assigned_to">nobody</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">text graphic could use STL vector&#60;char&#62;</field>
	<field name="open_date">961378387</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">C++ framework</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">The TextGraphic object could use the STL vector template (i.e. vector&#60;char&#62;) to workaround its current fixed size limitation (BUFSIZ=1024?).  Any other sizeable text buffer could be replaced with a vector&#60;char&#62; capable of growing as needed.  They are mostly used for reading input form files and streams for comterp, etc..
</field>
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	<field name="artifact_id">207728</field>
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	<field user_id="100" name="assigned_to">nobody</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">problem handling pnm files with one-line headers</field>
	<field name="open_date">961378741</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">There is a problem reading PNM files (i.e. PBM, PGM, or PPM) that have all their header information on one line, i.e.
	
	P6 1075 824 255

The standard supports this, but ivtools implementation of the standard does not.
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	<field user_id="406" name="submitted_by">johnston</field>
	<field user_id="100" name="assigned_to">nobody</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">mouse-doc doesn't revert to Alter string</field>
	<field name="open_date">961378838</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">After a multi-point graphic is altered, the mouse-doc text line is reset to the mouse-doc text for the tool to draw that graphic, instead of the Alter tool mouse-doc text.
</field>
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	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">make consistent use of new ComTerpServState</field>
	<field name="open_date">961378578</field>
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	<field name="category">command interpreter</field>
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	<field name="details">Make consistent use of the new ComTerpServState stack mechanism, for any of the ComTerpServ run methods.
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		<field name="body">http://www.geocrawler.com/lists/3/SourceForge/650/0/3912515/

Renamed ComTerpServState to ComTerpState in the process (since there were no member variables of ComTerpServ that were saved/restored).

This was done quickly with #if 0 around the old code for saving state.  There could be redundant state saving going on, which is harmless but inefficient.  This made more multiple calls to a &#34;run&#34; command work on one command line for the first time.  This is one more step leading up to the complete refactoring of ComTerp and ComTerpServ, the possible collapse of these two classes into one (and renamed to ??).</field>
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	<field name="summary">right arrow disappearing from brush menu</field>
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	<field name="details">With comdraw  on RedHat 6.2 built with egcs-2.91.66 (19990314 egcs-1.1.2) the right arrow disappears from the brush menu when it is highlighted.</field>
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user_id=406

still the same problem with gcc-3.0.1</field>
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	<field name="details">The comterp run-from-file command (run) can't handle expressions longer than a single line.  This is because it use ComTerpServ::s_fgets as the function pointer for reading input, a method that relies on a separate action to stuff a string in the input buffer.  In theory this would be ok, in that the parser would hold on to the tokens of the incomplete expression scanned so far, and return control to the rest of the system to read in a new line.  This is how the commands received over a socket work.  But in practice this does not work yet for the run-from-file command.</field>
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		<field name="body">After fixing the multi-line comment I realized the more general description of the bug was a problem handling multi-line tokens when comterp is in server mode.  The only other multi-line token I\'m aware of that the scanner supports is character strings, which can be continued with a back-slash across lines.  This makes historical sense, in that the C functions for doing parsing and scanner were designed to use a function pointer with an fgets signature to retrieve new data as needed.  This works fine for processing from a file or stdin, but the idea broke down for receiving multi-line expressions over a socket connection.  This is because the socket is one of several handles the Dispatcher/Reactor waits on (calls select() with).  And new mouse events have to get handled inbetween lines of incoming script.

So to make things work, there is a need to return all the way out of the scanner/parser routines when waiting on a new line of text from a socket.  This has been mostly done, but I\'m still working on the boundary cases of multi-line tokens.
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		<field name="body">I originally thought the comterp run command was having problem with multi-line expressions.  But that turned out not to be true.  What it was having problems with is multi-line comments, C like comments that start with a /* on one line and end with a */ on some subsequent line.  This happened because the lexical scanner would never return once it started processing a comment, something it needed to do to allow another string to be read from the socket or the file.  There was a check in the scanner for end-of-string that should of kicked it out, but this was never traversed when \&#34;comment\&#34; was the current state.  This has been fixed, and the whole thing will be committed as soon as I remove another problem I\'ve encountered, that of the closing / of a comment getting falsely interpreted as an extra divide operator on the following line.</field>
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	<field name="details">There is a problem with too many parens around an expression supplied as an argument to a post-evaluation comterp command (i.e. for, while, if, cond, postfix, posteval, the assignment operators,...).  For example:
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&#60;code&#62;posteval((1))&#60;/code&#62;
&#60;p&#62;
works, but:
&#60;p&#62;
&#60;code&#62;posteval(((1)))&#60;/code&#62;
&#60;p&#62;
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works, but:
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	<field name="summary">consistently use socklen_t* for accept() args, etc..</field>
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	<field name="details">The third argument to accept() in src/utils/sockets.cc should be of type socklen_t*.  This will alleviate the problem of guessing whether it is signed or unsigned on different platforms.
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		<field name="body">Fixed by:

http://www.ivtools.org/pub/src/patches/ivtools-000916-johnston-099

First done by Guenter Geiger, the Debian packager of ivtools in his first ivtools release for woody.
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		<field name="body">When accept() is called with int* or unsigned int* arguments instead of socklen_t* it gets lots of warnings compiling on different OS\'s that defined socklen_t as signed or unsigned.  And it seems some versions of gcc have elevated this warning to an error.  Just need to use socklen_t instead for the declaration of the variables passed as arguments.  You also get a whole set of these warnings when using ACE-5 on NetBSD.</field>
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	<field name="details">There is a problem with inner-parens on post-evaluated expressions, i.e. &#34;(1+2)*3&#34;.  Something to do with the BlankType ComValue left on the stack for the pair of parenthesis.
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		<field name="body">This and #100905 fixed by removal of a recently introduced parser bug.

patch ivtools-000427-johnston-039</field>
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The chosen method for passing parameters to a block of code could be reused in a comterp command for defining comterp commands on the fly.</field>
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http://www.xfree86.org/~keithp/render/

This promises to make alpha-transparency available diretly in Xlib.</field>
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add more trace output for non-post-evaluated commands.
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http://www.geocrawler.com/lists/3/SourceForge/650/0/3912941/</field>
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This is because the maximum length of a symbol is 4K, and
comterp uses the symbol table for returning strings on the
stack.  Easy fix is to increase this size.  Probably want to
look at memory mgmt. issues at the same time.</field>
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now it doesn't segfault, it just returns null without doing
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	<field name="details">In preparation for a nice capability, the command line used when importing a raster via popen (from a pipe) is preserved instead of a pathname.  But then, instead of re-executing the command upon a subsequent open, it tries to use it as a pathname and fails.

This problem used to be avoided by simply saving the raster by value instead of by pathname.  We need to either return to the old approach, make the new approach work full-up, or give the user control over which of the two approaches to use.  The problem with full migration to the new approach (always re-executing the command line) is that it might fail when data files are moved or executables are renamed.  I guess the default should be to try re-executing the command, then read the values if they are there, and have some control of whether the command and/or the values get written out at save time.
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	<field name="details">Comdraw starts and runs fine. When I enter the following line for execution
in the shell, it dumps core, and closes up shop.

run(&#34;/a/b/c/load-widgets&#34;)
#a, b, c are the dirs above the script &#34;load-widgets</field>
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I'm assuming this bug is from tgruhn@users.sourceforge.net</field>
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	<field name="details">When I make a sharp angle, and drag it about, spare pixels fall of the
apex of the angle and clutter up the screen. Since it doesn't affect 
execution, I don't see this prob as a very high priority...</field>
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I have seen something like this problem using the Xi Graphics commercial X server for Linux -- the same problem doesn't exist with the latest server from XFree86.  This would indicate a server bug that never got patched out of the proprietary code.  </field>
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	<field name="summary">reincorporate GPL dual-licensing verbiage</field>
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	<field name="details">The contents of ivtools-0.9/src/include/ivstd/version.h is out of date
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	<field name="summary">0.9.3 wouldn't compile with RH7.1</field>
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	<field name="details">I've been happily using idraw since at least 1992, but
just had a terrible time getting it installed under
Redhat 7.1 on my 686 laptop.  I tried the latest RPMs
(0.8.3 and 0.8.4), but they both gave a Segmentation
Fault at string.c:52.

I then tried a build from the 0.9.3 source, but got
lots of compile errors.  Noting that RH7.1 ships with
gcc 2.96 and reading the exchange here between Scott
Johnston and Murry J.
(http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=300275&#38;group_id=275&#38;func=browse),
I made the following changes:

added &#34;#include &#60;string.h&#62;&#34; to:
src/InterViews/field.c
src/Time/timeglyph.c
src/IVGlyph/bdvalue.c
src/IVGlyph/printchooser.c
src/ComGlyph/comtextview.c
src/ComUnidraw/comeditor.c
src/ComUnidraw/unifunc.c
src/FrameUnidraw/framekit.c
src/GraphUnidraw/graphimport.c
src/DrawServ/drawcomps.c

added &#34;#include &#60;stdlib.h&#62;&#34; to:
src/Unidraw/gvupdater.c
src/utils/ivdl.cc
src/utils/thrower.cc

to src/Dispatch/rpcbuf.c:
- removed &#34;unsigned&#34; from name_len 
- removed first #if ( defined(__sun)...
- added casts: (socklen_t*)(&#38;name_len)

After all this, I still get:

/usr/local/src/ivtools-0.9/src/ComTerp/LINUX/../helpfunc.c:128:
conditional expression between distinct pointer types
`filebuf *' and `strstreambuf *' lacks a cast
/usr/local/src/ivtools-0.9/src/ComTerp/LINUX/../helpfunc.c:128:
no matching function for call to 
`ostream::ostream (void *)'

and many errors in ovcomps like:

/usr/local/src/ivtools-0.9/src/OverlayUnidraw/LINUX/../ovcomps.c:
In method `void 
OverlayComp::AdjustBaseDir (const char *, const char
*)':
/usr/local/src/ivtools-0.9/src/OverlayUnidraw/LINUX/../ovcomps.c:64:
too many arguments to function 
`char *realpath ()'

BUT, idraw now works!!!

I'm not a programmer, and this took me several days to
get things working.  If I didn't love idraw so much, I
never would have bothered.  Something is wrong when a
software package is distributed (either ivtools or gcc
2.96 :) ) and can't run or compile on a supported
platform.

...Steve

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https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&#38;aid=400986&#38;group_id=275&#38;atid=300275

This is a patch for getting ivtools compiled with the
unofficial gcc-2.96.  Good luck using it.  I would suggest
migrating forward or backward instead (to gcc-2.95.* or
gcc-3.*)

Scott Johnston
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Steve,

Well, which do you think has been changing more, gcc or 
idraw? :-)

Frankly, it has been a constant struggle to keep an 
unchanging idraw compiling with the everchanging C++ front-
end to gcc.  I have written off RH 7.1 as a lost cause, 
although your posting here will serve as an instruction to 
those who have to use this compile that never got approved 
by the gcc steering committee.

Instead, I will make every effort to get ivtools compiling 
smoothly on the soon-to-be-released gcc-3.0.  I realize many 
of the changes required for that might be applicable to the 
RH7.1 compiler, and maybe I can close this bug item at that 
time.  But without access to gcc-3.0 I have no idea which of 
the changes required by gcc-2.96 are permanent, and which 
are temporary.  At this juncture I'd rather wait.
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	<field name="details">When pstoedit is as an import plugin by one of the ivtools drawing editors, it only works for PostScript files read from a pathname.  Something like &#34;ralcgm -d PostScript marks.cgm&#34; doesn't work when &#34;from command&#34; is checked, because the code that invokes pstoedit assumes that the command string is a pathname.

The workaround is to manually append pstoedit to the other command, i.e. &#34;ralcgm -d PostScript marks.cgm | pstoedit -f idraw&#34;.  But it would be nice to fix.
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	<field name="details">In preparation for a nice capability, the command line used when importing a raster via popen (from a pipe) is preserved instead of a pathname.  But then, instead of re-executing the command upon a subsequent open, it tries to use it as a pathname and fails.

This problem used to be avoided by simply saving the raster by value instead of by pathname.  We need to either return to the old approach, make the new approach work full-up, or give the user control over which of the two approaches to use.  The problem with full migration to the new approach (always re-executing the command line) is that it might fail when data files are moved or executables are renamed.  I guess the default should be to try re-executing the command, then read the values if they are there, and have some control of whether the command and/or the values get written out at save time.
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	<field name="details">     FROM: Scott Johnston
     DATE: 04/07/2001 01:12:19
     SUBJECT: RE:  open+save makes resized text wander
      
     Hi --
     &#62;
     &#62;I have a drawtool document with the following
nasty property:  If I read
     it in, make a null change (such as creating and
then deleting some irrelevant
     object), and then write it out, the new file is
significantly different
     from the original.  In particular, text that was
originally at point A
     has wandered to a new point B.
     &#62;
     &#62;Every time I save and re-open the document, the
text has wandered farther.
     &#62;
     &#62;Here is a prescription for reproducibly creating
such a document:
     &#62; -- create some 18-point text e.g. &#34;asdf&#34;
     &#62; -- draw a rectangle around it
     &#62; -- align the centers of the rectangle and text
     &#62; -- group the rectangle and text
     &#62; -- change the fontsize to 24
     &#62; -- ungroup
     &#62; -- re-align the centers
     &#62; -- re-group
     &#62; -- save
     &#62; -- re-open and observe text is no longer
centered
     &#62;
     &#62;Looking at the file (below) it appears that when
the fontsize was changed,
     the &#34;gs&#34; statement was updated while the &#34;text&#34;
statement was not.  It
     seems this has something to do with the problem. 
Using a text editor to
     change the &#34;18&#34; to a &#34;24&#34; creates a well-behaved
file.
     &#62;
     &#62;============
     &#62;
     &#62;In my search for a workaround, I stumbled onto
the following technique.
      It sometimes helps, but I can't guarantee it:
     &#62; -- export the document in idraw-format
     &#62; -- open the idraw version, and use it to
     &#62; -- over-write the drawtool version
     &#62;
     &#62;
     &#62;============================================
     &#62;
     &#62;drawtool(
     &#62;    gs( :fillbg 1 :brush 65535,2 :fgcolor
&#34;Black&#34;,0,0,0 :bgcolor &#34;White&#34;,1,1,1
     :nonepat),
     &#62;    gs( :fillbg 0 :fgcolor &#34;Black&#34;,0,0,0 :font
&#34;-*-helvetica-bold-r-normal-*-24-*-*-*-*-*-*-*&#34;,&#34;Helvetica-Bold&#34;,24
     :graypat 0),
     &#62;    picture(
     &#62;        rectangle(164,277,270,341 :gs 0
:transform 1,-0,-0,1,12,33)
     &#62;        text(18,&#34;asdf&#34; :gs 1 :transform
1,0,0,1,204,345.5)
     &#62;        )
     &#62;)


     Looks like a problem updating the datum used for
serializing the text graphic.
      Thanks for pointing this out.

     You could enter such information yourself directly
into the sourceforge
     web pages, but I will incorporate what you have
sent to the mailing list
     and me.

     Scott Johnston




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	<field name="details">     FROM: John Denker
     DATE: 04/06/2001 12:58:34
     SUBJECT:  add-custom-tool segmentation fault
      
     Hi --

     Here's a bug:
       -- start drawtool
       -- click on Tools
       -- click on Add Custom Tool
       -- dismiss the popup by hitting the Esc key
       -- observe segmentation fault


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	<field name="details">drawtool (and all drawing editors derived from drawtool) can't import XBM files anymore.  This must have got disabled when the import mechanism was evolved to handle URLs (back in 0.7.*).  
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fixed in repository on 5/24/01.  See ivtools-patch mailing
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fixed by calling XShmQueryExtension instead of
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	<field name="summary">install problem Solaris 8, gcc2.95.3</field>
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	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
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	<field name="details">In directory

/src/x_utilities/ivtools-0.9/src/IVGlyph

root@gepetto.seas.gwu.edu# /usr/ccs/bin/ld -o
libIVGlyph.so.0.9.5~ *.o 2&#62;&#38;1 |&#62;
ld: warning: relocation error: R_SPARC_32: file
figure.o: symbol .LLC24:
.LLC24                              figure.o

I'm compiling on Solaris 2.8 using gcc 2.95.3
with all default compilers installed.  No errors
other than this.  I did a make install before I
noticed it and idraw was installed and comes up.
I just didn't get drawtool and some of the other
programs.

Any pointers appreciated.</field>
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Scott Johnston said this problem had been reported with gcc-2.95.3 on NetBSD and
that perhaps if I upgraded or downgraded the compiler it would help.  I tried fresh
installs of gcc-2.95.2, gcc-2.8.1 and gcc-3.0.0 and they all failed.  At
least gcc-2.8.1 said there was an internal compiler error.  gcc-2.95.2 had the same
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This problem has been reported before on NetBSD.  Something 
to do with gcc-2.95.3.  There is no .LLC24 symbol in the 
ivtools source code.  You may want to try upgrading or 
downgrading your gcc/libstdc++ environment and trying again.

Scott Johnston
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	<field name="details">I noticed that comdraw has the menu option
File::Dump Canvas As

Drawserv does *NOT* have it...</field>
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	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">PostScript twice-filtered by pstoedit (-f idraw) 
can't be read by idraw.  The problem stems from the 
fact that idraw format is PostScript made ready for 
black-and-white printers, although the color 
information is preserved for later retrieval by idraw.

So when pstoedit/ghostscript interpret the idraw, 
they see only the gray-level raster, and output an 
idraw format file without the color-image information 
tucked into a comment.

Fixing this might take hacking on pstoedit as well as 
ivtools (original raster support submitted by yours 
truly).  The workaround is to avoid applying pstoedit 
to PostScript that is already in idraw format.
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	<field name="summary">0 shouldn't equal nil in comterp</field>
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	<field name="details">0==nil should return 0
0!=nil should return 1
Do before 1.0
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Changed my mind on this one.  Actually, I probably made upmy
mind on this a long time ago, and I had to revisit my
reasoning.  In the world of C 0==NULL, and comterp is
supposed to mimic C where possible/desirable.

This all came up because of the new stream concept, which
terminate upon returning nil.  The while loop checks for the
&#34;done&#34; argument being nil or zero.  But with a stream like
this:

	s=0..100

and a while loop like this:

	while(v=next(s) print(&#34;%d &#34; v))

the loop terminates on the first value, which is zero.  One
workaround for this was to use the type of the value
returned from the stream (with backquotes to prevent their
lookup as symbol variables):

	while(`type(v=next(s))!=`type(nil) print(&#34;%d &#34; v))

I also decided to add a :nilchk option to the while loop, to
ignore zero values when needed:

	while(v=next(s) print(&#34;%d &#34; v) :nilchk)

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	<field name="priority">6</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">raster with :sub no longer works</field>
	<field name="open_date">1002658907</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">drawing editor</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">A raster in a drawtool document file can have a :sub
xb,xe,yb,ye sub-image specification.  This is one way
of dealing with large images as described in
http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/largeimages.html

Haven't tested this in a while, but nowadays there
seems to be a problem with this mechanism.  The
sub-image gets rid in, but it is all black.</field>
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	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">multi-line text-editor expressions</field>
	<field name="open_date">1002655666</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">comdraw etc.</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">There is a problem with multi-line expressions 
entered into the text-editor window of 
comdraw/flipbook/graphdraw/drawserv.  Although the 
parsing seems to work (you are prompted with &#34;&#62;&#34; 
until the expression is closed), the evaluation 
doesn't seem to happen at all.


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	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">extent bug with rotated group</field>
	<field name="open_date">1005950546</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">C++ framework</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">The computation of a composite-graphics extent (group)
has a bug when the group or one of its members is
rotated.  You can see this by creating a large polygon,
grouping it with a small graphic that overlays it, then
rotating the combination.  The only time the bounding
box (represented by the selection handles) shrinks to
the right size is when the degrees of rotation is 0
(and maybe 180).
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	<field name="status">Open</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">ACE+comdraw: multi-line comterp expr bug</field>
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	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">comdraw etc.</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">When built with ACE there is a problem with multi-line
expressions (expressions that are automatically carried
over to the next line because they are incomplete) in
comterp.  I assume the problem is the same for stdin or
telnet connections.</field>
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	<field name="category">comdraw etc.</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">The interpreter associated with the stdin of comdraw
and graphdraw only evaluates the first of any series of
white-space separated expressions in a single line of
text.  This should be like all the other interactive
interpreter interfaces (i.e. comterp/flipbook/drawserv)
and loop over the expressions.

This is also a problem with the keyboard command
interpreter built into comdraw, etc..
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The behavior of the stdin interpreter for comdraw, flipbook,
graphdraw, and drawserv has been normalized (for the most
part), with and without ACE.  Now you get (almost) uniform
support for multiple expressions on a single stdin command
line.</field>
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	<field name="status">Open</field>
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	<field name="summary">rotated scaled rasters have edge errors</field>
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	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
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	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">Rasters that have been scaled and rotated have errors
in rendering along their edges.  Probably the
application of affine transform has an off-by-one error
when resampling values from the input image, so you
either get a zero-value sample, or you don't sample as
needed, or the output image is to large by one pixel,
or something like that.</field>
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	<field name="open_date">1010692870</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">None</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">It is really hard to select fat lines with a single
click. Seems the intersection code is not taking the
actual width of the line (brush) into consideration.</field>
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values after the first use.  These don't refresh
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in cvs repository now, will be part of 1.0.2 release.</field>
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This could be fixed by some combination of pre-scaling
or clipping or ...</field>
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	<field name="summary">drawserv -help</field>
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	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">None</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">drawserv needs a -help
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	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="status">Closed</field>
	<field name="resolution">None</field>
	<field name="summary">HPUX 11 build problems</field>
	<field name="open_date">975630438</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Bugs</field>
	<field name="category">config and miscellaneous</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">While attempting to compile 0.8.4 on HPUX 11 the make system failed on a number of
places.

1) During the creation of the make files it could not locate hp.cf thus it produced incorrect
makefiles which could not be processed.  Files contained hundreds of @@.

2) In attempting to build libraries it did not use libtool but instead tried to build it itself.  The
result was unable to link the shared libraries as it attempted to merge libstdc++.a which
it not position independent.  

3) Attempting to build static versions of the libraries referred back to the archecture
dependent directories for the non-shared versions.  Thus it was looking for 
libIV.a in the wrong directory.  This required hand edits of the built makefiles
to fix.

4) The remaining half of the nonshared makefiles contained references to the shared
libraries thus placing a false dependency for libIV.sl even though libIV.a was already
built.  Thus compilation of the rest of the tools failed.

Other problems 

* Numerious files referred to the select call which contained an architecture  specific
kludge for HPUX 8.0.  All newer versions of HPUX will fail if the arguments are cast
to int*.  You would need a autoconf switch and not just activate the kludge on __hpux.

* math.h contains the function round which returns a double.  IVtools defines its own
round which returns int.  This results in an ambiguous overload.  

* several files used the rpc calls which passes an unsigned int* to an int*.  Likely
this also requires an autoconf.  

Conclusion,  please take your current make system and burn it. take its charred remains, 
sprinkle with holy water,  and have them launched into the sun.  Nearly anything would 
be better.  Using a standard build like libtool, automake, and autoconf would have saved 
me several days of my life.  I still haven't managed to get it to compile correctly but instead
decided to binary edit my compilation dated from 1993 to get it to work on current system.
Electroshock theropy should be recommended to any poor souls who have had the misfortune
of attempting to build your project from source.

--Karl Nelson (kenelson@users.sourceforge.net)    </field>
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Can anyone test a build on HPUX?</field>
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Some further changes will be incorporated into 1.0.2 for
HPUX to reflect things done by one party who succeeded
building ivtools.  Not sure if this is the entire picture
though.  The outstanding problem is in building shared
libraries.  &#34;gcc -shared&#34; doesn't seem to do the right
thing using the HPUX linker.  Perhaps you need to 
explicitly use &#34;/usr/bin/ld -r&#34; instead (the -r to create
relocatable object code, i.e. a library).
</field>
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The next release (1.0.1) will have revised config.sub and
config.guess files, which may help some.

I believe the @@ problem stems from using a non GNU make. 
Be sure to call it make, not gmake too, otherwise it will
revert to the non-GNU make below the top-level directory of
the source tree.

You can disable building for RPC by define BuildRPCClasses
to NO in either config/site.def.HP800 or config/local.def

I would recommend building with shared libraries.  The
layered nature of ivtools makes it a poor choice for
building static binaries.

I would welcome a patch that cleans up the hpux conditional
compilation, especially with regards to select.  Perhaps
hpux is no longer a special case.  Perhaps these kludges
could be isolated in an include file (under
src/include/ivstd?).  Any interested parties should get in
touch.  I am loath to make changes without someone
volunteering to test them.

I believe the type of various round() calls have been made
explicit since migrating to gcc-3.0 and libstdc++-v3.

Conclusion:  I won't take my make system and burn it.  I've
been working on the problems you mentioned, and will
continue to do so.  There is nothing that can't be resolved
if people cooperate.</field>
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A suitable warning will be added to the next release.  Any volunteers 
willing to help resolve these problems please get in touch.</field>
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	<field name="summary">Incorrect assunption about FontBBox</field>
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	<field name="details">There is a bug report filed against Ghostscript about
a file generated by ivtools. In fact Ghostscript is OK.

The sample file is incorrect. It assumes that FontBBox is
an executable array. Although many fonts are designed 
this way there is no such requiriment in the spec
 Probably, different RH versions install different
fonts. The
 file should be changed as following to work with both 
executable and literal arrays

*** test.ps	Mon Oct 14 00:02:53 2002
--- test-hacked.ps	Mon Oct 14 00:53:20 2002
***************
*** 362,368 ****
  gsave
  fgred fggreen fgblue setrgbcolor
  /fontDict printFont printSize scalefont dup setfont def
! /descender fontDict begin 0 [FontBBox] 1 get
FontMatrix end
  transform exch pop def
  /vertoffset 1 printSize sub descender sub def {
  0 vertoffset moveto show
--- 362,368 ----
  gsave
  fgred fggreen fgblue setrgbcolor
  /fontDict printFont printSize scalefont dup setfont def
! /descender fontDict begin 0 /FontBBox load 1 get
FontMatrix end
  transform exch pop def
  /vertoffset 1 printSize sub descender sub def {
  0 vertoffset moveto show
.

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ivtools copy of idraw modified as suggested.  This
increments the version number of the idraw format supported
by ivtools to 13.  Older versions can still be read, and
will be upgraded to the new version when written out.
This change is to support X11 fonts in RedHat that have
changed from their classic static nature to dynamic
executable fonts.  It seems to be backward compatible (or
rather compatible) with the normal version of these fonts.

This change has been committed to the ivtools cvs
repository, and will show up in the next release (either
1.0.7 or 1.1).

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Do you mean that one of the classic X fonts used by idraw 
has changed form from  literal to executable under RedHat? 
Helvetica is available in both ways?</field>
</message>

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The EPS header is incompatible with some fonts installed on
Red Hat Linux. The PS interpreter make or version is not
important.
Unfortunately, the header doesn't use &#34;bind&#34; operator. So
the work-around based on &#34;Idion Recognition&#34; is not possible.
The only possible work-around is to change the fonts..
</field>
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Alex,

Thanks for illuminating us on this compatiblity problem
between the decade-old idraw EPS format and newer versions
of ghostscript.  I've asked Raph if anything can be done
about this.  I will modify my version of idraw to  support
executable fonts, but there is little help to the academic
users all over the world that have accumulated years of
course notes in idraw format, and now find them unable to
render in ghostscript (Adobe PostScript renderers do not
have this problem).  If you can see the way to removing this
backward incompatibility from ghostscript many would
appreciate it.

Scott Johnston
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	<field name="details">The &#34;Precise Brush&#34; menu item under the Brush menu on ivtools drawtool (etc.) clears the dash pattern to solid.  

The work-around is to create integer-width dash patterned lines, then manually edit the :brush attribute in the ivtools drawtool document to have a floating point value.</field>
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and visa-versa -- the dash pattern clears a precise brush
width.
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	<field name="details">I am running RedHat 7.2, but am using the gcc version
3.0.4 compiler.  When I try to install the ivtools rpm,
it sucessfully installs, but when I try to run idraw, I
get the following error message:

idraw: relocation error: /usr/local/lib/libUnidraw.so:
undefined symbol: _ZNSt7codecvtIcc9mbstate_tE2idE

What is the problem, and what needs to be done to get
it fixed?

I've also tried compiling it from source, but there are
only 3-4 executables that sucessfully get made.  All
the others evidentally fail and get skipped right over.

Thanks,
Greg</field>
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Note that there is no longer an RPM available for download 
from this site, but there is a SPEC file if you want to 
generate (or donate) your own.
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<message>
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Greg,

Here is the body of an e-mail I just sent you.

Scott Johnston

-------------------------------------------------------

&#62;Scott,
&#62;
&#62; I get all kinds of compile probs with gcc 3.0.4.  Only a couple of
&#62; programs actually sucessfully compile.  Do you know why?


In general, because RedHat/Cygnus keeps on changing g++ and 
libstdc++ in a non-backward-compatible fashion, in a 
continual attempt to
approximate the ANSI C++ standard.  :-)

But do I know why in your particular case?  No.  It is either 
something that has changed between RedHat 6.2 I'm using and 
the RedHat 7.* you're probably using (I'm assuming you're on 
RedHat because of your attempt at installing the RPM), or 
something that changed between the gcc-3.0.1 I was using when 
I released ivtools-1.0.4, and the gcc-3.0.4 you are using.  
If you forward me a log of your attempted build I will be 
able to be more specific, and probably fix the problems in 
the near future.

Alternately, you can could try building from the current 
sources in the ivtools cvs repository, where I've made 
changes necessary to keep things compiling with gcc-3.1.  But 
this would require upgrading to gcc-3.1 first, because 
certain changes to the libstdc++ API are carefully managed 
with conditional compilation.


&#62;Also, the ivtools-1.0.4-1.i386.rpm gives me the following error message
&#62;when I try to install the rpm after installation and I relink all of the
&#62;libraries in /usr/local/lib and use ldconfig
&#62;
&#62;idraw: relocation error: /usr/local/lib/libUnidraw.so: undefined symbol:
&#62;_ZNSt7codecvtIcc9mbstate_tE2idE
&#62;
&#62;Is there a fix to this?  I'm not using the gcc-2.96 compiler...
&#62;
&#62;Thanks,
&#62;Greg


Sorry about that.  I should document that my RPM's are 
generated on RedHat 6.2, and therefore probably only work on 
RedHat 6.2.  If you ever get ivtools built, and know 
something about generating RPMs from SPEC files, I would be 
glad to get  a version built on a more recent distribution.

Scott Johnston
http://www.ivtools.org


p.s. cc your e-mail to ivtools-user@lists.sf.net or ivtools-
devel@lists.sf.net to get a quicker response during the work 
week.


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Oh, and this is when I try to install the
ivtools-1.0.4-1.i386.rpm, or compile the source code from
ivtools-1.0.4.tgz.

Thanks again,
Greg</field>
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Oh, and this is when I try to install the
ivtools-1.0.4-1.i386.rpm, or compile the source code from
ivtools-1.0.4.tgz.

Thanks again,
Greg</field>
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	<field name="details">It seems some legitimate older idraw files don't have
a %%Creator comment, and are therefore unreadable by
the idraw reading code of drawtool.  They work fine
however in idraw.  Here is an example:

http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/eos/info/eos_info/idraw/fig1.idraw</field>
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Improperly fixed for ivtools-1.0.3 which introduced a bug in 
importing idraw files into drawtool (all were filtered
through pstoedit).
Properly fixed after ivtools-1.0.4, to be included in
ivtools-1.0.5.

Although this file can be read by idraw, it is missing the
required EPS comments to make it an idraw file, and should
be treated as normal
EPS/PostScript, and processed via pstoedit, which is what
happens
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	<field name="details">idraw
idraw: error while loading shared libraries:
libUniIdraw.so: cannot load shared
object file: No such file or directory

whereis libUniIdraw.so
libUniIdraw: /usr/local/lib/libUniIdraw.so

obviously the files are there but for some reason idraw
(all the ivtools) are saying that its not there... 

I checked all my paths and they are correct any help?</field>
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Status changed to Pending to reflect the need for more
information to be of any help.</field>
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Perhaps you need to add /usr/local/lib to your
LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable.

Or if you are getting this message after  unpacking
ivtools-1.0.3-1.i386.rpm,  you probably want to switch
to ivtools-1.0.3-2.i386.rpm (or the just released
ivtools-1.0.4-1.i386.rpm), because these contain both
the actual shared library (libUnidraw.so.1.0.3) and the
symbolic link to it (libUnidraw.so).

I will need some more information about your environment,
and perhaps a name or e-mail address to contact you. This
can be easily resolved with a little Q&#38;A.</field>
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	<field name="summary">poke and pokeline update problem</field>
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	<field name="category">comdraw etc.</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">The effect of poke and pokeline comdraw funcs does not
show up
even after a call to pflush and update.  They do show up
(at least pokeline does) after a zoom or pan that
causes the
whole drawing area to be refreshed.  Why is that?</field>
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	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">Having a space in a pathname defeats the make process, at least on Darwin.</field>
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	<field name="summary">Gravity with Stretch Command</field>
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	<field name="details">When using idraw to prepare flowcharts and other block diagrams, I typically use the gravity feature to make the various visual objects &#34;snap&#34; to the grid.

I have noticed that this works fine when I am initially creating the object. But, when I use the stretch command to resize the object, the object no longer fully snaps to the grid. For example, when resizing a rectangle with the stretch command, at least one of the corners of the rectangle usually no longer resides on a grid point after the operation.
Also, there appears to be no easy way to get that corner back onto the grid

I have seen this behavior with several versions of idraw and on several platforms.

I think all objects should snap to the grid during all operations.
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	<field name="details">Hi.  A few years back I created some diagrams with
idraw.  The .ps files are included in latex files.  For
years, I've updated these latex files (course notes)
slightly, and run latex/dvips and all was okay.

But now I find that it's broken.   Things like
&#34;ps2pdf&#34;, which call gnu-ghostscript-6.52, produces
erros like the following.  This happens with the
idraw-created files, and so I tried using idraw to open
the existing .ps files, and that won't work either. 
(That's why I'm posting this bug report here instead of
to a ghostview site.)  Is this something with which
folks are familiar?  I am not certain of the idraw that
produced the files (one is attached), but the idraw I
have right now, and which cannot open the attached
file, is from ivtools-1.0.  Thanks.


Error: /rangecheck in --get--
Operand stack:
   --nostringval--   --nostringval--   --nostringval--
  --nostringval--   descender   0   --nostringval--   1
Execution stack:
   %interp_exit   .runexec2   --nostringval--  
--nostringval--   --nostringval--   2   %stopped_push 
 --nostringval--   --nostringval--   --nostringval--  
false   1   %stopped_push   1   3   %oparray_pop   1  
3   %oparray_pop   1   3   %oparray_pop   .runexec2  
--nostringval--   --nostringval--   --nostringval--   2
  %stopped_push   --nostringval--   --nostringval--  
--nostringval--   --nostringval--
Dictionary stack:
   --dict:1038/1476(ro)(G)--   --dict:0/20(G)--  
--dict:86/200(L)--   --dict:161/300(L)--  
--dict:45/200(L)--   --dict:40/51(L)--  
--dict:1/17(L)--   --dict:6/17(L)--   --dict:5/17(L)--
  --dict:1/3(L)--   --dict:13/14(ro)(L)--
Current allocation mode is local
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Bug #622854 pinpointed the problem, and since then I've fixed 
it in the cvs repository:

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&#38;aid=
622854&#38;group_id=275&#38;atid=100275

On RedHat certain classic X11 fonts have changed form, from a 
static array to an executable font.  This requires a change 
in the font loading PostScript prologue code of the idraw EPS 
format.  Once you have a revised version of idraw, you 
simpley have to open then save out each file to get 
correction applied.  Thanks for pointing this out.  I assume 
you were the one who brought this to the attention of the 
ghostscript people as well, which resulted in a solution 
arising.

This change will be incorporated in the next release of 
ivtools, either 1.0.7 or 1.1.

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FYI, this error still occurs in redhat-8.0, to which I
recently upgraded.  (I'm working from pre-existing
idraw-created files ... after removing some hand-inserted
lines as in the msg from johnston dated 2002-08-18:18:13). 
The gs on redhat-8.0 is 

GNU Ghostscript 7.05 (2002-04-22)
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user_id=31559

This is the sort of thoughtful, rapid, and generous reply
for which open-source software should be famous.

You've hit two nails on the head!

Thanks _so_ much for the help.  I really appreciate it, and
especially the link to the ghostscript problem.

Dan.

PS: embarrasingly, I had forgotten that I had manually
edited the .ps files.  Really, that was silly of me to have
posted asking for help before noticing that.  So,
double-thanks for double-help.</field>
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I think you have two separate problems here.

First, your idraw EPS files have been manually editied.  If
you remove the 
lines that begin with &#34;% ORIG&#34; you should be able to load
the result into idraw (it worked for me).  Yes, &#34;% ORIG&#34; is
a legal PostScript comment, but
it confuses the idraw EPS parser. Perhaps you might want to
enter a feature request for making this work sometime in the
future.

Second, you seem to have run into a known problem with
recent versions of Ghostscript interpreting the
long-standing idraw EPS format.  Although the problem is
known, I'm not the one who knows what it is.   You might
check on ghostscript mailing lists, or send a query to the
previous person who brought this up on ivtools mailing lists:

http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_id=1000584&#38;forum_id=5712

His email address is johnh at isi.edu.  He was going to
bring it up with the ghoscript folks.  I'd appreciate
hearing back from either of you when you figure out the story.

Scott Johnston
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	<field name="details">&#34;()&#34; could be a shortcut for &#34;list()&#34;, so that
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return &#34;{1,{},2}&#34; etc.).</field>
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Right now empty parens &#34;()&#34; is a segfault that needs to be
fixed.</field>
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	<field name="summary">ivtools-1.0.6.</field>
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	<field name="details">Won't build on linux 7.3 SMP, dual pentium 3, gcc  3.2
configure script fails
restore from .tar then configure i686 complains: ***
multiple target patterns.  Stop.
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Upload of extra information never occurred for almost 3
months, bug closed.</field>
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<message>
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user_id=406

Please upload a log of your problem.  Hard to resolve 
anything without more input.  Thanks.
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	<field name="summary">ivtools 1.0.6 RED HAT 7.3</field>
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	<field name="details"> HI, 
I COMPILE IVTOOLS 1.0.6 WITH REDHAT 7.3 
ALL IS OK, 
 
MY APPICATION  NO RUN CORRECT... 
 
ERROR OUT WITH GDB... 
 
./gdb ged 
 
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. 
[Switching to Thread 1024 (LWP 30005)] 
0x4072fb2f in rep__C7ivColorP14ivWindowVisual 
(this=0x817bbb0, wv=0x8177638) 
    at 
/root/ivtools/ivtools-1.0/src/IV/LINUX/../../IV-X11/xcolor.c:39 
39      implementPtrList(ColorRepList,ColorRep) 
 
WATHS IS THE PROBLEM ? 
PLEASE THANKS FOR YOUR HELPS, 
 
GERMAN 
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Not sure this counts as a &#34;bug&#34; but ...

I am trying to bring Ivtools up on a new machine.  I
have RedHat 8.0
with the compilers that come with that.  If I try to
install the RPM for
version 1.0.4, after I make sure it has the correct
library paths, I end
up still getting an error message when I try to run Idraw.
(More in it in a moment).

When instead I download the 1.0.7 sources and compile,
I end up
getting the same exact error.

In both cases I reame the executable for Idraw
&#34;idraw.NEW&#34; and my
shell script &#34;idraw&#34;.  The script is:

#!/bin/sh
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
export PATH=/usr/local/lib/:$PATH
/usr/local/bin/idraw.NEW $1

This has worked fine for other installations but now it
gives the error message:

/usr/local/bin/idraw.NEW: relocation error:
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6: undefined symbol:
_Xglobal_lock

and does not run.

Is maybe some symbol missing in the RedHat 8 X
configuration that is needed?  Or have I got X Windows
misconfigured somehow?

Thanks

Joe Felsenstein
  joe@gs.washington.edu

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Scott (and others) --

In response to Scott's suggestion I tried renaming
/usr/local/lib/libX11*
to avoid library problems.

This has solved the problem, and Idraw now works properly.

Many thanks for the help

Joe
joe@removethispart.gs.washington.edu</field>
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Joe,

I think your problem lies in mixing X11 libraries from
/usr/local/lib (libX11) and /usr/X11R6/lib (libXext).  How
do things look if you remove or rename /usr/local/lib/libX11* ?

Scott

p.s. apologies for the earlier disparaging comments on
recent versions of RedHat.  Maybe the reason I see only
RedHat related problems is that is the only OS users of
idraw are actively using.
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Scott --

One last piece of information.  Here is what the &#34;ldd&#34;
command discloses:

        libUniIdraw.so =&#62; /usr/local/lib/libUniIdraw.so
(0x40013000)
        libUnidraw.so =&#62; /usr/local/lib/libUnidraw.so
(0x40054000)
        libIV.so =&#62; /usr/local/lib/libIV.so (0x40167000)
        libXext.so.6 =&#62; /usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6 (0x40329000)
        libX11.so.6 =&#62; /usr/local/lib/libX11.so.6 (0x40337000)
        libstdc++.so.5 =&#62; /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5 (0x403cd000)
        libm.so.6 =&#62; /lib/i686/libm.so.6 (0x4047f000)
        libgcc_s.so.1 =&#62; /lib/libgcc_s.so.1 (0x404a2000)
        libc.so.6 =&#62; /lib/i686/libc.so.6 (0x42000000)
        /lib/ld-linux.so.2 =&#62; /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0x40000000)
undefined symbol: _xstat        (/usr/local/lib/libX11.so.6)
undefined symbol: _Xglobal_lock (/usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6)
undefined symbol: _XUnlockMutex_fn     
(/usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6)
undefined symbol: _XLockMutex_fn       
(/usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6)
/usr/local/bin/idraw.NEW: relocation error:
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6: undefined symbol: _Xglobal_lock

Joe
  joe@gs.washington.edu
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Scott --

Further searching using the &#34;nm&#34; command (under sh) shows
_Xglobal_lock  is D (&#34;in the initialized data section&#34;) for
libX11.a.
But no T.

libX11.so.6.2  says it has no symbols.

Joe
  (joe@gs.washington.edu)
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Scott --

I ran your script that looked in all the  *.so* libraries,
and all the *.a
libraries, in  /usr/X11R6/lib.

None of them has this symbol!

Joe
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Joe,

Problems of this nature have been a fairly regular
occurrence since RedHat 7.* and the advent of gcc-2.96.  I
am at a loss to explain how this symbol could be found at
link time but not at run time.  Either it wasn't found at
link time (and no error message was printed), or different
shared libraries are being found at link time versus run time.

With a name like _Xglobal_lock I would assume you can find
the symbol  somewhere in /usr/X11R6/lib/.  Try this command:

# assuming sh or bash:
for x in *.so.*
do
echo $x
nm $x | grep &#34;T _Xglobal_lock&#34;
done

You may want to repeat that command for *.a as well.  Does
that find the symbol?  If so, you may need to add whatever
library it is in to the link command line.  Get back in
touch with me for details on how to do it.

Another thing to investigate is exactly which libraries are
being found at run time.  Add this command to your execution
script:

ldd -r /usr/local/bin/idraw.NEW

Good luck,

Scott
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	<field name="details">It's possible that the color are incorrect (blue is red 
and red is blue) in a truecolor display?

in the file XWINDOWS.C of IV-X11
in the function WindowVisual::find_color(.....)
you have
if(bytesize_
{
xc.pixel = ((red &#38; 0xff00) &#60;&#60; 8) |
(green &#38; 0xff00) |
((red &#38; 0xff00) &#62;&#62; 8)

}


BUT if i change the &#62;&#62; for &#60;&#60;  and vice versa
ex. 

if(bytesize_
{
xc.pixel = ((red &#38; 0xff00) &#62;&#62;8) |
(green &#38; 0xff00) |
((red &#38; 0xff00) &#60;&#60; 8)
}

everycolor are correct.  Perhaps this is just a little 
mistake.  But i don't know if on linux/Unix this 
correction is correct because my xserver is on 
Windows : Exceed of Hummingbird


Vincent Choini&#232;re</field>
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Funny, that bytesize_ clause was added specifically for an 
Windows X server, albeit the free one, not Exceed.  I guess they 
have a different RGB ordering.  This information is provided in the 
visual, but if you look at this code you'll see it is ignored.  To fix 
the problem would require changing this code to pay attention to 
the masks that are part of the visual.  

I would have responded directly, but you left the bug without 
leaving an e-mail and without logging in. 

Scott Johnston
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Thank you very much for suporting.
I changed PC to WindowsNT.
Make command has no problem.
Thank you again.


Best Regards,

Junji Sone</field>
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Browser: Mozilla/4.05 (Macintosh; I; PPC, Nav)

In the Cygwin FAQ there is a section on creating a /c 
symbolic link to get at your c: drive:

http://sourceware.cygnus.com/cygwin/faq/faq.html#SEC39

I think that might be your problem.  You may want to review 
that FAQ for other helpful hints about Cygwin usage.  I am 
revising http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/README.cygwin.txt to 
include the FAQ URL:

http://sourceware.cygnus.com/cygwin/faq/

Scott Johnston

p.s. I still do not know how easy this all will be on 
Windows 95/98.  I have no independent confirmation that it 
is doable.  You would be the first.

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Thank you very much for responding.
I progressed configuration.
But end of configuration, configure said as follows.
========================================
&#34;writing &#34;ABSTOP = /usr/ivtools-0.8&#34;
/c: Can't open /c
make: *** [CPU] Error 2
writing &#34;CPU = &#34;
/c: Can't open /c
make: *** [CPU] Error 2

now do a &#34;make&#34;
============================================
Then, I add CPU = i586 or CPU = i386 in config.mk.
But make can not progress as following message.

==================================
BASH.EXE-2.02$ make
/c: Can't open /c
make: [all] Error 2 (ignored)
/c: Can't open /c
make: [all] Error 2 (ignored)
/c: Can't open /c
make: [all] Error 2 (ignored)
/c: Can't open /c
make: [all] Error 2 (ignored)
make  subdirs
/c: Can't open /c
make: *** [all] Error 2
=========================================

I am very appriciate if you inform me 
about &#34;/c&#34;

Best Regards,

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I'm sorry I can't e-mail you this, because you weren't 
logged in, and didn't provide an e-mail address.

There should be a copy of default-gcc.mk in the config 
directory.  I checked the CVS repository and recent tar 
files, and it is a zero-length file that needs to be there 
for your configuration to work.  Maybe there is a problem 
with cygwin tar or the Windows 98 file system that disallows 
zero-length files.  Perhaps you can create a file with a 
single space in it through some means, and that would work 
just as well.

I also see that the &#34;checking for X&#34; test failed.  If you 
are interested in using the X window applications of ivtools 
you need to acquire Xlib binaries and an X server for 
Windows as described in http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/
README.cygwin.txt (same file as ivtools-0.8/README.cygwin).  
Without X you can probably build up through comterp, the 
stand-alone text-based command interpreter, but I have not 
tested this.

Also I should mention that I have only successfully built 
ivtools with Cygwin on Windows NT.  Theoretically it should 
be possible on Windows 98, but it is a completely different 
operating system (as different as Linux is from BSD), and 
you might encounter problems I'm unaware beyond these 
configuration problems.

Good luck,

Scott Johnston

p.s. ivtools binaries are included in Debian 2.1 and 2.2 
releases.  If you have access to a Debian GNU/Linux machine 
you might try them out there.
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I am using DELL XPST700r (Pentium III)
and Windows98, cygwin.
cygwin is H-i586-cygwin32.

I configure environment by ./configure,
then I have error as follows

checking how to run the C++ preprocessor... c++ -E
checking for ranlib... ranlib
checking how to run the C preprocessor... gcc -E
checking for X... no
checking for directory to install c++ include files... 
\\cygnus\\cygwin-b20\\H-i
586-cygwin32\\lib\\gcc-lib\\i586-cygwin32\\egcs-2.91.57
\\..\\..\\..\\..\\..\\inc
lude\\g++\\
no config/default-gcc.mk this must be a new 
architecture.
configure: error: please create config/default-gcc.mk.

How can I make config/default-gcc.mk?.
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	<field name="details">Add -comdraw_off to flipbook, graphdraw, and drawserv
and document its use in .mime.types in the web pages.</field>
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Changed to -stdin_off, and added to all the drawing 
editors.  But there was no need to document it in the web
pages, because the problem hanging on stdin when launching
as a helper app was fixed a different way.
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	<field name="details">I successfully compiled ivtools-1.0.1 using gcc-2.7.2
on my linux system but noticed a problem with the
multiline feature in that it would not properly draw
the second or any subsequent horizontal or vertical
lines.  It always returned to the coordinates of the
very first point.  I fixed this by adding the following
lines to manips.c (line 356) in the Unidraw directory:

           _origx = e.x;
           _origy = e.y;

so that this section of code now reads:

if (e.button == LEFTMOUSE) {
            GetGrowingVertices()-&#62;AddVertex(e.x, e.y);
	    _origx = e.x;
	    _origy = e.y;
        } else if (e.button == MIDDLEMOUSE) {

I don't know if anyone else has had this problem, but
it makes idraw and drawtool much more usable programs
for me.

Thanks for a very useful set of programs.

E.J. Neafsey
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fixed in cvs, will be incorporated in 1.0.2, thanks for
your input.
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	<field name="summary">Patches for Solaris 2.5.1 using gcc 2.96 20000721</field>
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gcc-3.0 is out, and at the same time ivtools-0.9.4 contains
all the modications necessary to compile with it.  This
patch is no longer necessary, but was probably useful to
someone in the interim.  Thanks.</field>
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		<field name="body">I have decided against including this patch into the forthcoming
release of ivtools (0.9) because anything after gcc-2.95.? is considered
experimental by the gcc steering committee.  This patch will remain here
for the use of any party experimenting with new versions of the
compiler, and will probably be applied at a later date.</field>
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		<field name="body">Murray,

Thanks for forwarding the diffs you needed for Solaris 2.5.1 and gcc 2.96 20000721.  It seems this is an unstable version of the compiler (which happens now and again), so I will defer applying the diffs that might become unnecessary with the next version of gcc, as you suggested.

I will root out that xor name collision.  I've encountered that before.  I would rather change the name of an unused method than add &#34;-fms-extensions -fno-operator-names&#34; to the gcc command line.

I believe the support for declaring functions without type (which defaults to int) will be reinstated, as has happened many times before.  To call this an MS-ism is inaccurate.  The real disease is unnecessary ANSI compliance which breaks old quality code.  I expected things like this to happen once Cygnus was bought by RedHat, and they haven't disappointed.

I have a bug entry here at sourceforge for fixing up the arguments for getsockname and accept, once and for all.  These need to use the correct typedef instead of int or unsigned int, and then each OS determines which they like.

The ?: can't have a generic NULL pointer as one of its arguments?  Oh well, I'll take these diffs, because they don't hurt that much.

We'll go with the new directory for openwindows X11 config files.

I'll get this all (or most of it) included before ivtools-0.8.4

Thanks for your efforts,
Scott Johnston
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		<field name="body">There is a couple of *real* hacks in graphkit.c and ovkit.c.
The compiler I used (straight out of the CVS repository)
appeared to have a bug whereby constant strings declared
like this:

static const char xxx[] = &#34;...&#34;;

were referenced everywhere, but never actually emitted
by the compiler. I got around this by putting asm
statements in which defined the strings in the assembly
code. I presume a future revision of the compiler will
fix this.

The essential part of this patch appears to be the use
of the compiler arguments

-fms-extensions -fno-operator-names

There was a class method named &#34;xor&#34; which was being
treated as the xor (^) operator by the new compiler -
no-operator-names fixes this.

Also, in the Solaris 2.5.1 X11 headers, a lot of functions
are declared without a type. The new compiler by default
forbids this and the only thing I could find that allowed
this behaviour was the ms-extensions option.

Oh yes, the Solaris 2.5.1 /usr/ccs/bin/ld dumped core on
one library build so I changed to using gcc -shared.

Other minor changes: 1. no ICE and SM libraries; len args
for getsockname and accept were int instead of unsigned
int (this should be config selectable); for some reason
the string.h and stdlib.h headers didn't get included.
I just went through and added explicit declarations for
each error rather than figure out how to fix this - in
hindsight I should have fixed it once at the source;
the compiler barfed in the case of the ?: operator where
the true and false cases had different classes, but direct
assignment would work (with an if-else) because conversion
was possible - I call this a compiler problem; the new
compiler had a bug whereby a stabs record was emitted with
an incorrect label causing an undefined reference at link
time - only happened on one file (src/glyphs/examples3.1/morpher/figure.c) so I just compiled
without &#34;-g&#34; for that file; the configure script had to
be changed because the X11 config files are in /usr/openwin/lib/config not /usr/openwin/lib/X11/config.

Hope this helps someone. Cheers!
						Murray...</field>
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	<field name="details">Preserve the known format of a file when it is Opened
so that a subsequent Save/Save-As can default to
outputting that format.  Requires adding a format
selection capability to the Save/Save-As dialog boxes. 
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More input from John Denker:

   One suggestion that would make things much more user
friendly (whether or
   not bitmapped images are handled):
     -- Set the &#34;filename of current file&#34; according to the
.idraw or .eps
   file that was opened.
     -- Set a flag somewhere to remember the format of the
&#34;current file&#34;
     -- The objective is that we want ^S (save) to
automatically re-write the
   file in the proper format.  The user can cause this to
happen
   (non-automatically!) in the current version, but this is
laborious and
   error-prone.

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	<field name="details">The comterp &#34;rand&#34; func could preserve the type of its input arguments with a :x keyword, or select the type of the return value with one of the following:  :d, :i, :f, :l, :s, :c (and :uc, :us, :ui, and :ul).
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	<field name="details">When I invoke comdraw with the -stripped option all glyphs/widgets
are removed from screen. I would be nice to somehow specify to 
-stripped that all widgets/top widgets/side widgets are to be stripped.
This way one can install customised toolbars, and keep important features
such as line style, font, exit, delete, export as/import as, etc.</field>
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	<field name="summary">make graphic file pathname an inspectable attribute</field>
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	<field name="details">Make the pathname associated with a graphic file (image file, PostScript file, ivtools native format, etc..) an inspectable attribute, something that can be seen with the Attribute tool, and something that can be accessed in the command interpreter using the &#34;.&#34; command:

	gr=at(select)
    print(&#34;%s\n&#34; gr.path)
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	<field name="summary">use TextEditor for TextFileComp editing</field>
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	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">Use the emacs-like TextEditor object for editing of a TextFileComp, the component that loads a text graphic from file.  Regular text graphics are edited on the screen, but it might be a good idea to use a different method for these, to warn the user that they are altering a separate file.

At the same time you might find a few bugs in the TextEditor object (having to do with the Load/Save/SaveAs menu which is on the right button) and remove them.
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Just added a Quit after Load/Save/SaveAs
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	<field name="summary">add --with-motif to configure script</field>
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	<field name="details">Add a --with-motif=&#60;motifdir&#62; to the ./configure script,
and if supplied, automatically build the ivxt example program.  Currently this is done manually by editing src/Imakefile.

And while you're at it, you might want to experiment with more Motif widgets in the wrapper around an ivtools drawing editor.  When this was originally done by Rick Kissh using lesstif, there were problems with pull-down Motif menus, but buttons worked (or was it the other way around?).  With a newer version of lesstif things might be better.
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	<field name="summary">arrowheads could be better</field>
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	<field name="details">The arrowheads at the end of a line (or multi-line or ...) could be better, in that they don't significantly change appearance when the brush width goes from zero to four, and the trailing tips do not look optimally positioned when the line is at other than 90 degree angles.

This patch:
http://www.geocrawler.com/lists/3/SourceForge/650/0/3896283/
makes the arrowheads look a lot better when using a dashed-line brush, but more can be done.  It is interesting to compare what gets drawn in the canvas with the appearance of the arrow in the ArrowVarView at the upper-left of the canvas.</field>
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Also look at arrowheads with really thick lines (&#62;20).
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	<field name="summary">move dialog boxes aside for File/DumpCanvas</field>
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	<field name="details">The dialog boxes for the File/DumpCanvas menu item should come up to the side of the drawing editor, instead of centered over the drawing editor.  The problem is the subsequent dump of the drawing canvas' X Window to a .xwd file includes that dialog box.  It also includes the &#34;File Already Exists&#34; dialog box if one of those comes up.

You can work-around this problem by moving the dialog boxes aside, so the urgency is low, but it would be nice not to have to do that.

Other things to consider:  

1) documenting/informing the user of the fact they can restart the drawing editor with the panner/zoomer/slider off if they want to not see that in the canvas dump (i.e. drawtool -zoff -poff -soff).

2) adding a &#34;to command&#34; checkbox on the DumpCanvas dialog box, to allow a Unix filter to be used for post-processing, like the Export Dialog box does.
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	<field name="summary">::AdjustForZoom could be cached</field>
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	<field name="details">OverlayView::AdjustForZoom is a method that resizes
fixed-size graphics before doing a zoom, so that they
will remain a constant size after the zoom.  This is
often a requirement for graphics on a map, or other
iconic display where it doesn't make sense to zoom
the icons as much as the rest of the graphics.  This
feature is rarely used, and it would be nice if it
the existence of any non-identity value could be
detected at the top of the graphics tree, instead of
the current state which traverses the whole tree doing
nothing at each leaf.

There is a similar ::AdjustForPan mechanism for fixed
location graphics, and it too is rarely used.  Both of
these have a small linear cost increase.

Often I have worried that it had greater than a small
proportional cost, when directly comparing the
performance of idraw to drawtool.  But after much
investigation I find the biggest differences in drawing
performances (when repeatedly zooming/de-zooming, an
unnatural activity) can be traced to two things:  1)
the double-buffering of drawtool, which doubles the
drawing cost (but more than doubles the perceived cost,
because the eye sees no progress until the very end),
and 2) number of vertical lines in the current canvas. 
drawtool by default comes up with more lines than idraw
(because the toolbox is taller given the default
fonts), and that directly impacts the time to draw a
complex graphic.</field>
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	<field name="summary">import/open color raster PS from ivtools</field>
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	<field name="details">brought up by jsd@monmouth.com:

when you print or export in PostScript format with
idraw format not selected (a checkbox on the print
dialog box, a set of radio buttons on the export dialog
box), you get PostScript that will work on a color
printer, but can't be imported or re-opened by any
ivtools drawing editor.  If you select idraw format you
get a file that can be printed on a B&#38;W printer, and
can be opened/imported by all the ivtools drawing
editors.

The reason is the extensions to idraw format that were
made available when idraw format was deselected on the
export or print dialog box.  Normal idraw format stores
the color data in a PostScript comment, and has a copy
of a monochrome version of the image available for
printing.  The altered format stores the specific kind
of raster data, color or gray-level, directly in
executable PostScript, so you can print on both color
and B&#38;W printers.

The solution is to move on to idraw format #14, which
would add support for ColorRast and GrayRast
idraw-format graphical objects to all the ivtools
drawing editors.</field>
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Not selecting &#34;idraw format&#34; on the export or print dialog
boxes gives you a color-printer ready EPS (this wasn't
working until ivtools-0.9.4 or 5/22/01 in cvs).  Selecting
&#34;idraw format&#34; generates b&#38;w-printer ready EPS with color
data embedded in comments.  

So you can get color imagery out of and back into an ivtools
drawing editor using idraw EPS.  You just can't do it with
the less restricted EPS format which is the default on the
export and dialog boxes.</field>
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	<field name="summary">three deep streams</field>
	<field name="open_date">1002924118</field>
	<field name="artifact_type">Feature Requests</field>
	<field name="category">command interpreter</field>
	<field name="artifact_group_id">None</field>
	<field name="details">Comterp supports doubly-nested streams.  It will take
some more work to support triply-nested streams and
more.</field>
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	<field name="summary">xform command work on graphics too</field>
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well as points. 
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	<field name="details">Expose the &#34;fillbg&#34; (fill-background) flag so that it can be altered in the GUI's of ivtools drawtool, etc..  There is this capability under the hood that allows for partially transparent patterns, but you can only get at it with the :fillbg flag in the document format output by drawtool, etc..</field>
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Done 11/29/01, via a &#34;None&#34; color option under the
background color menu.  Committed to cvs repository, and
will be part of 1.0.1 release.
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This could be done with the simple addition of a &#34;None&#34;
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this could be done with the addition of a None color to the
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	<field name="details">Add support for multiple expressions per line and
multiple lines per expression to the text editor box
at the bottom of comdraw, etc..

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	<field name="details">Now the text command window at the bottom of drawserv
and flipbook is cleared every time the current frame
changes.  This was a design decision to support a
unique annotation per frame, but is not that useful
when this window is used for a command interpreter.
The default should be to retain the contents of this
window as frames are navigated.  Current behavior
should be an option.</field>
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	<field name="details">Graphics with floating point coordinates could co-exist
with the original integer-based graphics.  All
intermediate transformations done to graphic
coordinates are in floating point, and they are only
reduced to integers when rendered to the screen.</field>
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	<field name="summary">make install should respect DESTDIR</field>
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	<field name="details">I am attempting to build a Fink package for ivtools. Fink is a Mac OS X package manager - http://fink.sf.net/ - i have it working, but there is one problem.

Fink lives in a /sw sub-heiarchy that has /usr, bin, etc. It also builds debs. So we use both --prefix and DESTDIR. Most packages build like so:

configure --prefix=/sw
make
make install DESTDIR=/sw/src/root-ivtools-1.0.3-1/sw/

The install then goes into a deb, which users then install without having to compile.

However, ivtools mixes the compile and install phases. DESTDIR is ignored. So i have to specify a &#34;prefix&#34; of my install directory, which sort-of works, but generates errors like:

c++  -g -O2    -o a.out *.o -L/sw/src/ivtools-1.0.3-1/ivtools-1.0/src/Time/DARWIN -lTime -L/sw/src/ivtools-1.0.3-1/ivtools-1.0/src/IVGlyph/DARWIN -lIVGlyph    -L/sw/src/ivtools-1.0.3-1/ivtools-1.0/src/IV/DARWIN -lIV -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lXext -lX11 -L/sw/src/root-ivtools-1.0.3-1/sw/lib  -lstdc++ -lm
/usr/bin/ld: warning -L: directory name (/sw/src/root-ivtools-1.0.3-1/sw/lib) does not exist


Of course it does not yet exist, because i'm not installing at that point, just compiling.

ivtools needs to respect separate prefix and DESTDIR and not mix the compile and install phases.</field>
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The &#34;--prefix&#34; argument to configure is only for indicating
the eventual installation directory. There is no need to
specify the top-level directory of the source tree, since
that is discovered at compile time. So if you did this:

./configure --prefix=/sw/src/root-ivtools-1.0.3-1/sw/
make
make install

things should work as you desire.  Let me know if this is
not the case.  I just tested it again to be sure, and I see
the desired behavior of compiling/linking locally without
reference to the non-existent directories where installation
will occur in the future.

Thanks for your Fink packaging efforts.  Please drop me a
line when it is done so I can try it out.

Scott Johnston

P.S. You may want to take a look at the patch files that are
part of the FreeBSD port of ivtools.  These trim back the
set of installed files to be the set useful to a
non-developer.  That would remove the ClipBoard.3 collission
you wrote about earlier.

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	<field name="details">add horizontal scrollbar to ivtext (texteditor).
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	<field name="summary">export all if no selection</field>
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	<field name="details">Export entire drawing if the current selection is
empty.  Useful for
SVG export, and more intuitive then being told you have
to always select something.</field>
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ready to go as part of next release after ivtools-1.0.6
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	<field name="details">As far as I can see there is no function for clipping to  
restrict the graphics output to a clipping rectangle. There 
could be a 'cliprect' command in comdraw to implement 
this. 
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Could be done with a stack of clipping rectangles.</field>
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the next version of idraw format PostScript (Version
13).</field>
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13 already went out (to fix problem with RH executable X11
fonts).
So change this to 14.
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	<field name="details">Add tools (or commands) for extracting the graphic
state from an existing graphic, and inserting the
current graphic state into an existing graphic.  Also
could develop a graphic state stack at the same time.</field>
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already listed under task manager.</field>
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	<field name="details">flipbook could load multiple graphics files when
provided (via wildcard or not) on the command line, one
per frame.</field>
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Instead of transparent vector graphics, one could rely on the None background color, and a more flexible selection mechanism for pattern stipple masks.  Adequate resolution the eye has a hard time distinguishing true transparent graphics from semi-transparent ones.  This trick is used in real-time video games all the time.

And an easy and fairly cheap way to get anti-aliasing would be to render everything at 2x offscreen (using the existing double-buffering pixmap system), then reduce by 2 (replacing every 2x2 pixels with a 1 pixel average) before pixblt'ing (XCopyArea). Requires shared memory extension to be worth it.</field>
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could be generated at startup for all possible combinations (assuming an 8 or 10 bit alpha value).</field>
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	<field name="details">Enhance the raster object so it can be clipped with a polygon.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">85</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
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	<field name="end_date">968137200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">17363</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">keyboard shortcuts for drawing navigation</field>
	<field name="details">It would be nice to have more keyboard shortcuts for drawing editor navigation. Currently we have Ctrl-Z and Shift-Z as shortcuts
for zoom-in and zoom-out. We could also use the arrow keys as keyboard shortcuts for panning (Shift for larger moves), Page-up
and Page-down for next-screen-up and next-screen-down, and maybe Tab and Back-tab for next-screen-right and next-screen-left
(Ctrl-F and Ctrl-B are reserved for frame-forward and frame-backward in ivtools flipbook). Home and End could be upper-left and
lower-right respectively.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">65</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">965718000</field>
	<field name="end_date">965718000</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

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		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52875</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">Precise Dash</field>
	<field name="details">Add an item to the Brush menu to enter a bitmap (hex number) for the dash pattern.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019545200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019545200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52876</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">Precise Zoom</field>
	<field name="details">Implement a Precise Zoom that allows for values other than power of 2.  Done by adjusting the top-level transformer as needed.  Right now there are stoppers that force all magnification to a power of 2, for reasons not well remembered.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019545200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019545200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

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		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52878</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">gradient fills</field>
	<field name="details">gradient 2-color fills using 3d planar strategy behind SMPTE wipes.  Useful for raster blends as well.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019545200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019545200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52879</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">align to path</field>
	<field name="details">mechanism to align characters or other compound graphics to a spline or multi-line.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019545200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019545200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52880</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">pattern editor</field>
	<field name="details">Dialog box for editing pattern bitmap.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019545200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019545200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52881</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">color chooser</field>
	<field name="details">dialog box for choosing colors from
color wheel or square.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019545200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019545200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52885</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">&#34;Dump Window As&#34; extensions</field>
	<field name="details">The File/&#34;Dump Window As&#34; could be extended to support other image formats, interactive clipping, and/or command execution similar to the export dialog box.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019545200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019545200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">58570</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">SVG export</field>
	<field name="details">SVG export to allow for externalization of alpha-transparency and/or polygon-clipped rasters.
</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">30</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1027407600</field>
	<field name="end_date">1027407600</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">52505</field>
	<field group_project_id="3500" name="group_project_id">drawing editor extensions</field>
	<field name="summary">graphic state push and pull</field>
	<field name="details">Add a command or tool to push the current drawing editor graphic state into graphics, and another command or tool pull a graphic state out of an existing graphic and make it the current drawing editor graphic state.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1019113200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1019113200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
	</project>	<project>	<field group_project_id="3881" name="group_project_id">new comdraw commands</field>
	<field name="is_public">true</field>
	<field name="description">tasks for adding new commands to comdraw, for graphics and viewer control.</field>

		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">18070</field>
	<field group_project_id="3881" name="group_project_id">new comdraw commands</field>
	<field name="summary">cleartools command to empty custom toolbar</field>
	<field name="details">A new cleartools command would empty the custom toolbar that gets populated by the recently added addtool command.

Also a deltool command makes sense, one that accepts the compview returned by addtool.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">967248000</field>
	<field name="end_date">967248000</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">29173</field>
	<field group_project_id="3881" name="group_project_id">new comdraw commands</field>
	<field name="summary">save and export commands</field>
	<field name="details">The functionality of the Save/SaveAs and
Export dialog boxes (under the File menu) should be available as comdraw 
commands.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">7</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">986281200</field>
	<field name="end_date">986281200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">30984</field>
	<field group_project_id="3881" name="group_project_id">new comdraw commands</field>
	<field name="summary">coordinate conversion commands</field>
	<field name="details">commands to convert to/from drawing and screen coordinates: stod and dtos.  All of the graphic construction commands are in screen coordinates.  Until they all accept drawing coordinates (which could be done with one global command), you
would use these.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">989218800</field>
	<field name="end_date">989218800</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">30632</field>
	<field group_project_id="3881" name="group_project_id">new comdraw commands</field>
	<field name="summary">open and print commands</field>
	<field name="details">To round off the set of comdraw file mgmt commands, make an &#34;open&#34; and &#34;print&#34; command.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">80</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">988700400</field>
	<field name="end_date">988700400</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
	</project>	<project>	<field group_project_id="4263" name="group_project_id">InterViews synchronization</field>
	<field name="is_public">true</field>
	<field name="description">Synchronize ivtools with Neuron and PDP++ copy of InterViews</field>

		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">18934</field>
	<field group_project_id="4263" name="group_project_id">InterViews synchronization</field>
	<field name="summary">synchronize with Neuron copy of InterViews</field>
	<field name="details">Download the Neuron copy of InterViews, and diff against the original InterViews 3.1 source tree.  Incorporate any bug fixes or interesting features found this way.

http://neuron.duke.edu
</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">968803200</field>
	<field name="end_date">968803200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">18935</field>
	<field group_project_id="4263" name="group_project_id">InterViews synchronization</field>
	<field name="summary">synchronize with PDP++ copy of InterViews</field>
	<field name="details">Download the PDP++ version of InterViews, and diff against the original InterViews 3.1 source tree.  Incorporate any bug fixes or enhancments as warranted.  Their version of InterViews is related to the Neuron guys copy.

http://www.cnbc.cmu.edu/PDP++/PDP++.html
</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">95</field>
	<field name="priority">1</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">968742000</field>
	<field name="end_date">968742000</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
	</project>	<project>	<field group_project_id="6862" name="group_project_id">config/miscellaneous</field>
	<field name="is_public">true</field>
	<field name="description">configuration and miscellaneous tasks</field>

		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">24212</field>
	<field group_project_id="6862" name="group_project_id">config/miscellaneous</field>
	<field name="summary">check for imake in configure script</field>
	<field name="details">Test for an imake executable in the configure script.  Alternately imake could be obsoleted if there was a way of making gcc (and its C pre-processor) do the same thing that imake does.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">978595200</field>
	<field name="end_date">978595200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">28217</field>
	<field group_project_id="6862" name="group_project_id">config/miscellaneous</field>
	<field name="summary">tgeomobj.[ch]</field>
	<field name="details">After geomobj.[ch] came fgeomob.[ch]. 
A final addition to this series would be tgeomobj.[ch] for a templated geomobj classes.  The balance of ivtools (and vhclmaps) would remain with the type specific objects, but these would be handy for application programmers, especially if there was a surfeit of assignment conversion operations as needed to convert to the int or float variant.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">985075200</field>
	<field name="end_date">985075200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">32863</field>
	<field group_project_id="6862" name="group_project_id">config/miscellaneous</field>
	<field name="summary">use snprintf</field>
	<field name="details">Migrate all uses of sprintf to snprintf, to get protection from overwriting the
output character buffer.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">992242800</field>
	<field name="end_date">992242800</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">38753</field>
	<field group_project_id="6862" name="group_project_id">config/miscellaneous</field>
	<field name="summary">add all parameters to program man pages</field>
	<field name="details">Document all the parameters (that show up with a -help) on the various program man pages.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">7</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1000969200</field>
	<field name="end_date">1000969200</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
	</project>	<project>	<field group_project_id="16603" name="group_project_id">drawserv evolution</field>
	<field name="is_public">true</field>
	<field name="description">Evolve drawserv into vector-graphics groupware</field>

	</project>	<project>	<field group_project_id="21198" name="group_project_id">documentation and web pages</field>
	<field name="is_public">true</field>
	<field name="description">planned improvements to documentation and web pages</field>

		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">57648</field>
	<field group_project_id="21198" name="group_project_id">documentation and web pages</field>
	<field name="summary">migrate pub/doc/unidrawpic.ps to ivtools dir</field>
	<field name="details">Migrate pub/doc/unidrawpic.ps to ivtools html
directory, and get rid pub/doc directory in the process (first verify that everything else in that
directory lives elsewhere.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1026198000</field>
	<field name="end_date">1026198000</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">58571</field>
	<field group_project_id="21198" name="group_project_id">documentation and web pages</field>
	<field name="summary">document :popen</field>
	<field name="details">Document the use of :popen somewhere, the keyword parameter to an ovfile object in a drawtool etc.. document that accepts a Unix command line from which the graphic file can be imported.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">0</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1027407600</field>
	<field name="end_date">1027407600</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="1" name="status_id">Open</field>

		</task>
	</project>	<project>	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="is_public">true</field>
	<field name="description">Checklist of things to do before a 1.0 release</field>

		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39237</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">fix bug in stream followed by semi-colon</field>
	<field name="details">Fix comterp bug where a stream object followed by other commands (separated by semi-colons) causes the other commands to be ignored, i.e.:

s=0..20;while(v=next(s) print(&#34;%d &#34; v) :nilchk)

doesn't work, but splitting them onto two lines does.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1001487600</field>
	<field name="end_date">1001487600</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39309</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">upload pstoedit patch</field>
	<field name="details">Upload the recent pstoedit patch (to version 3.30) that makes the idraw format work for smart12rgb image sources (the kind generated by a Netscape print operation).  Make a link to it from the pstoedit web page.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1001574000</field>
	<field name="end_date">1001574000</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39343</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">make the &#34;,&#34; operator stream-like</field>
	<field name="details">Make the comterp &#34;,&#34; operator live up to its name, and act like a stream operator.  Then things like 0..10,11,12
should create one flat stream.  This requires revisiting/rethinking the use of the comma operator to construct arrays.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1001574000</field>
	<field name="end_date">1001574000</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39235</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">flesh out program man pages</field>
	<field name="details">Add all undocumented parameters (the ones that show up with a -help) to the man pages for drawtool, comdraw, flipbook, and drawserv.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1001487600</field>
	<field name="end_date">1001487600</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39239</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">beta-testing</field>
	<field name="details">recruit and work with beta-testers for a 1.0 pre-release -- hope to prebuild on RedHat, Debian, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Solaris, and what else?  (HPUX?, AIX?, Irix?, OSF?  Hurd?, SUSE? OS-X?)</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1001487600</field>
	<field name="end_date">1001487600</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39236</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">generate ivtools-doc-1.0.tgz</field>
	<field name="details">Generate new tar file of documentation so that it is ready at the same time as a 1.0 release.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1001487600</field>
	<field name="end_date">1001487600</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39240</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">publicity</field>
	<field name="details">author and forward a press release to lwn.net, slashdot.org, freshmeat.net, comp.os.linux.announce, and where else?
</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
	<field name="hours">0</field>
	<field name="start_date">1001487600</field>
	<field name="end_date">1001487600</field>
	<field user_id="406" name="created_by">johnston</field>
	<field status_id="2" name="status_id">Closed</field>

		</task>
		<task>	<field name="project_task_id">39238</field>
	<field group_project_id="13654" name="group_project_id">1.0 checklist</field>
	<field name="summary">create/revise web pages of possible uses</field>
	<field name="details">Create or revise web pages of possibles use to which ivtools can be put:

- McCloud'ish Infinite Canvas usage
- Structured HyperGraphics
- Todd Gruhn's chemical/electrical widget drawing
- nod to vhclmaps
- netpbm
- pstoedit
- use of :popen in drawtool documents

and more to come.</field>
	<field name="percent_complete">100</field>
	<field name="priority">5</field>
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int|long=floor(num)
int|long=ceil(num)
int|long=round(num)
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The chosen method for passing parameters to a block of code could be reused in a comterp command for defining comterp commands on the fly.
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	<field group_forum_id="3842" name="forum_id">take the copyleft survey</field>
	<field name="summary">Take the ivtools Copyleft Survey</field>
	<field name="details">Take a look at the ivtools survey on applying some form of copyleft to the ivtools X11 style copyright, and register your opinion.

http://sourceforge.net/survey/survey.php?group_id=275&#38;survey_id=10018

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	<field group_forum_id="3843" name="forum_id">NetBSD port underway</field>
	<field name="summary">NetBSD port underway</field>
	<field name="details">Thanks to the efforts of Todd Gruhn, it looks like we will soon have a NetBSD port completed.  Anybody else want to repeat the process for OpenBSD or FreeBSD?</field>
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	<field group_forum_id="4687" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.8 released</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.8 Released</field>
	<field name="details">The first major release in over a year, ivtools-0.8 is now ready for download: 

http://sourceforge.net/download.php/ivtools/ivtools-0.8.tgz

Changes since 0.7.10: New support for use as an embedded vector graphics shell, Lisp-like symbol assignment semantics added to the command interpreter, new back-by-one and forward-by-one commands added to the Struct menu of drawtool, better links between embedded class html and man pages, NetBSD port.

Changes since 0.7: asynchronous download of rasters and other graphics file from URL's, use of X11 shared memory for raster display, fully-animated graphical transformations, in-line extractable class documentation, Cygwin Windows-NT port.

Documentation tarball: http://sourceforge.net/download.php/ivtools/ivtools-doc-0.8.tgz
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	<field group_forum_id="4823" name="forum_id">NetBSD port completed</field>
	<field name="summary">NetBSD port completed</field>
	<field name="details">Thanks to the efforts of Todd Gruhn, the NetBSD port of ivtools was completed in time for ivtools-0.8.  Everything compiles and builds without a hitch.  There is a glitch in the installation process, as NetBSD wants everything installed in /usr/local/lib/ivtools and /usr/local/bin/ivtools (instead of /usr/local/lib and /usr/local/bin).  Take a look at this e-mail for further details:

http://www.geocrawler.com/lists/3/SourceForge/651/0/3171654/</field>
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	<field group_forum_id="5279" name="forum_id">vhclmaps now at SourceForge too</field>
	<field name="summary">vhclmaps now at SourceForge too</field>
	<field name="details">vhclmaps is a package of map-visualization and vehicle simulation software that builds on top of ivtools.  Now this project is hosted at SourceForge as well: http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=1653</field>
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	<field group_forum_id="8612" name="forum_id">www.ivtools.org</field>
	<field name="summary">www.ivtools.org</field>
	<field name="details">The new home page for ivtools is http://www.ivtools.org

Get a copy of the BSD/MIT licensed web pages at:
http://sourceforge.net/project/filelist.php?group_id=275

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	<field group_forum_id="20630" name="forum_id">pause command added to ivtools comdraw</field>
	<field name="summary">pause command added to ivtools comdraw</field>
	<field name="details">A rather useful &#34;pause&#34; command has been added to ivtools comdraw (see latest version in the CVS repository).  This can be embedded in comdraw scripts to suspend replay, and allow for arbitrary commands (or other user interface interactions) to occur until a stand-alone C/R is entered.  It can also be used for debugging comdraw scripts, allowing the programmer to inspect (and modify) the value of any global or local variable before resuming execution of the script.  This is the first of three script debugging commands planned for ivtools-0.9 (the other two: step and trace).

Scott Johnston
http://www.ivtools.org
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	<field group_forum_id="21299" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.8.3: improved vector-graphic scripting language</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.8.3: improved vector-graphic scripting language</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-0.8.3 has many improvements to the vector-graphic scripting language embedded in ivtools comdraw, including a new global variable mechanism and a &#34;pause&#34; command useful for debugging comdraw scripts.  

The command interpreter used in comdraw is fully byte-compiled, supports C expression syntax, and has a full complement of control constructs implemented as regular commands with deferred execution of their body. This is done with an efficient and unique combination of pre-fix and post-fix evaluation of the expression tree that limits the runtime stack to linear growth, making use of the interpreter rather scaleable.

Watch the comdraw web page below for soon-to-be-published sample scripts.  E-mail me (johnston@users.sourceforge.net) if you have any ideas or requests for a sample comdraw script.

Scott Johnston

http://www.ivtools.org
http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/comdraw.html
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools/</field>
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	<field group_forum_id="31995" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.8.4 builds on FreeBSD</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.8.4 builds on FreeBSD</field>
	<field name="details">A new release of ivtools, 0.8.4 from 
http:/download.sourceforge.net/ivtools/ivtools-0.8.4.tgz now builds
on FreeBSD (tested with bsd.compile.sourceforge.net). 

An interesting new feature is the ability to draw then import a custom toolbutton.  With it you can plop down copies of its graphic where you want in a drawing.  Useful for those drawing repetitive material, like children's schoolwork.

http://www.ivtools.org
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools
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	<field group_forum_id="53691" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9 ready for download</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9 ready for download</field>
	<field name="details">A major new release of ivtools is now available:

http://download.sourceforge.net/ivtools/ivtools-0.9.tgz

Since 0.8 we've focused on extending the command set for the scripting language built in to the drawing editors, including the traditional debug commands of step, trace, and pause.</field>
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	<field group_forum_id="59296" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9.1 with minor changes</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9.1 with minor changes</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-0.9.1 is out with minor changes like
incorporate verbiage for GPL dual licensing and fixing the version number reported by executables when they start running.

http://sourceforge.net/ivtools/ivtools-0.9.1.tgz
http://www.ivtools.org
http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-0.9-CHANGES.txt
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	<field name="date">986508940</field>
	<field group_forum_id="77657" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9.2: save/restore by filter command</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9.2: save/restore by filter command</field>
	<field name="details">New feature: save graphics or rasters imported from Unix filter commands by writing only the command line to the ivtools document file. Subsequent opens rerun the commands, which regenerates the graphics or rasters. Now you can assemble arbitrary output from Unix commands into a layered graphic, single or multi-frame. Useful for displaying the state of video hardware, the content of image databases, or the output of image processing and analysis. This capability joins the existing save/restore by URL capability that made it possible to add hyperlinks to ivtools documents. Together they allow for the easy composition of completely arbitrary graphical displays computed and composed from the many possible resources you have available on the net and your machine. Build from source tested on RedHat (6.1), Debian (unstable), and FreeBSD (3.1) 

http://www.ivtools.org
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools
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	<field group_forum_id="86804" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9.3: save/export and coord conversion commands</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9.3: save/export and coord conversion commands</field>
	<field name="details">new save and export (keyboard) commands for comdraw,
plus coordinate conversion (screen to drawing,
drawing to screen).  Help returned in keyboard command
interpreter window.

http://www.ivtools.org
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	<field name="date">992881275</field>
	<field group_forum_id="93056" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9.4 ready for gcc-3.0</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9.4 ready for gcc-3.0</field>
	<field name="details">A new release of ivtools, 0.9.4, is ready to be compiled and linked with gcc-3.0.  The export/import drawing editor extensions have been rewritten where needed for libstdc++ v3. There are a few known problems I haven't been able to resolve (gdb doesn't yet work with the C++ generated by gcc-3.0), so if you rely on these mechanisms, especially when built with ACE, you probably want to stay with gcc-2.95.* for now.

Other changes at:

http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-0.9-CHANGES.txt

Scott Johnston

http://www.ivtools.org
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools</field>
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	<field group_forum_id="101273" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9.5 adds PNG support</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9.5 adds PNG support</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-0.9.5 adds PNG support to ivtools drawing editors (via the use of pngtopnm).  Now PNG graphics can be imported, saved, and restored via pathname (or arbitrary Unix command line).  This makes PNG graphics equally well supported as JPEG, GIF, and aribitrary PostScript.  idraw-formatted PostScript, PBM/PGM/PPM, TIFF, and XBM are native formats of the ivtools drawing editors and don't require add-on filters  (see http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/drawtool.html for more detail).

This release also does a lot of work on polishing the use of gcc-3.0 and libstdc++-v3, especially in conjunction with the ACE networking toolkit.  There is one known problem in the incremental loading (and display) of rasters from a URL.  This capability has worked fine for years.  Perhaps the problem will be corrected in the next version of gcc.  Or perhaps gdb will bulk up to the point you can use it to debug gcc-3.0 C++ programs, and I'll get it that way.  Forward.

Scott Johnston
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	<field group_forum_id="106729" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9.6: gcc-3.0.1 and bit-wise comterp operators</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9.6: gcc-3.0.1 and bit-wise comterp operators</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-0.9.6 adds support for gcc-3.0.1, as well as bit-wise operators to comterp: &#38;, |, ^, and ~.  The &#34;^&#34; operator had been a shortcut for the &#34;pow&#34; command (raise a number to a power), so watch out for that backward compatibility in existing scripts.

http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-0.9-CHANGES.txt
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools
http://www.ivtools.org
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	<field group_forum_id="34347" name="forum_id">ivtools adds GPL license</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools adds GPL license</field>
	<field name="details">As of September 6th 2000, ivtools is made available under the GPL as well as the original X11-style license.  Patch submitters can do the same, or elect to apply only the GPL to their work.  In that case I will gladly maintain an archive of GPL-only enhancements.

This change is reflected in the ivtools cvs repository at SourceForge:

http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/ivtools-0.8/?cvsroot=ivtools

as well as here:

http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-0.8-COPYRIGHT.txt

Scott Johnston

http://www.ivtools.org
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools</field>
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	<field name="date">1003357625</field>
	<field group_forum_id="118195" name="forum_id">ivtools-0.9.7: on the verge of 1.0</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-0.9.7: on the verge of 1.0</field>
	<field name="details">This is the last release in the 0.9 series for ivtools.  The only changes between 0.9.7 and 1.0 will be those required to fix build problems in various environments.  Grab a copy and try it out!

This release includes major changes to the command interpreter embedded in ivtools, to finalize the semantics prior to a 1.0 release.  It has been extended with an APL-like mechanism for auto-vectorization of normally scalar operators (i.e. a stream times a scalar yields a stream, which can then be used to compose other expressions). This turns conventional looping inside out, and is a natural fit for certain graphical and imaging algorithms.  

http://www.ivtools.org

http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-0.9-CHANGES.txt

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools
</field>
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	<field name="date">1003510263</field>
	<field group_forum_id="118697" name="forum_id">0.9.7 patch for building with gcc-3.0, on NetBSD, on Alpha</field>
	<field name="summary">0.9.7 patch for building with gcc-3.0, on NetBSD, on Alpha</field>
	<field name="details">Here is a patch for building ivtools-0.9.7 with gcc-3.0, or on NetBSD, or on Linux Alpha:

http://www.ivtools.org/pub/src/patches/ivtools-011019-johnston-078</field>
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	<field name="date">1004999934</field>
	<field group_forum_id="121943" name="forum_id">ivtools-1.0</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-1.0</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-1.0 is now available.  ivtools is a collection of vector-graphic editors derived from idraw with layered extensions for scripting, animation, and graph-editing.  Seven years in the making, time to see what you can make with it:

http://www.ivtools.org

http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/changelogs.html

http://www.c2.com/cgi/wiki?IvTools

http://sf.net/projects/ivtools

http://sf.net/foundry/vectorgraphics
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	<field group_forum_id="143154" name="forum_id">waiting for ivtools-1.0.1?</field>
	<field name="summary">waiting for ivtools-1.0.1?</field>
	<field name="details">Waiting for ivtools-1.0.1?  Now your wait is over.  It's here, with all the minor fixups you'd expect one release after the odometer rolled over, and a few new features as well:  &#34;None&#34; background colors that make for semi-transparent patterns,  comdraw raster commands for pixel poking and polygon clipping, etc.. Enjoy.

http://www.ivtools.org
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivtools
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	<field group_forum_id="143952" name="forum_id">minor patch for 1.0.1</field>
	<field name="summary">minor patch for 1.0.1</field>
	<field name="details">Here is a minor patch for ivtools-1.0.1 that keeps graphdraw compiling without ACE.  It also changes the year in the CHANGES file to 2002 (I always goof that up the first time every year):

http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-020110-johnston-019.txt
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	<field group_forum_id="157952" name="forum_id">ivtools-1.0.2 ready for XDarwin (Mac OS X)</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-1.0.2 ready for XDarwin (Mac OS X)</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-1.0.2 now builds from source on Mac OS X, the new Apple operating system derived from BSD with a Mach kernel.  It relies on the 4.2.0 release of XFree86 available from either http://xdarwin.org or as a one-click installer direct from Apple: http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_apps_utilities/

This release also refreshes the building of ivtools on Windows using Cygwin (see http://www.cygwin.com/xfree for a server).  And it incorporates a lot of improvements to the HPUX build process as well.  For a complete list of changes visit the changelog:  http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-1.0-CHANGES.txt



http://www.ivtools.org
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	<field name="is_approved">false</field>
	<field name="date">1015879581</field>
	<field group_forum_id="160044" name="forum_id">ivtools-1.0.3 with minor Darwin fix</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-1.0.3 with minor Darwin fix</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-1.0.3 has a minor fix for building on Darwin (MacOS X).  Users of any other operating
system who've already got ivtools-1.0.2 can ignore this release.</field>
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	<field user_id="406" name="submitted_by">johnston</field>
	<field name="is_approved">false</field>
	<field name="date">1025108777</field>
	<field group_forum_id="189244" name="forum_id">ivtools-1.0.4: alpha-transparent rasters</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools-1.0.4: alpha-transparent rasters</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-0.4 introduces a new, and newly optimized, mechanism for alpha-transparent rasters.  Under Edit/ImageProcessing/AlphaTransparent you  enter a value from 0.0 to 1.0 to apply to all rasters in the current selection.  Values are save/restored in the drawing editor document, and this transformation can be undone/redone like most other operations in these drawing editors.

The really good news is the alpha-transparent rendering mechanism has been optimized for TrueColor displays (X11 displays with 16 to 24 bits of colormap depth), which preserves expected interactivity once a raster is transparent.

The not so good news is alpha-transparency is not exported to the idraw EPS format.  Any volunteers for hacking idraw EPS to incorporate transparency? Show me how to do it in PostScript, and I'll do the rest in C++, and give you most of the credit :-).

For more detail on the rest of the changes see:
http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/ivtools-1.0-CHANGES.txt

http://www.ivtools.org
http://sf.net/projects/ivtools
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	<field name="date">1027962395</field>
	<field group_forum_id="198351" name="forum_id">make your own RPM with newly uploaded spec file</field>
	<field name="summary">make your own RPM with newly uploaded spec file</field>
	<field name="details">Make your own RPM for ivtools with newly uploaded spec file.  The current binary RPM for ivtools was generated on RedHat 6.2, and seems to only work on RedHat 6.2.  Hopefully someone will generate (and donate) an RPM from RedHat 7.*  (be sure not to use gcc-2.96 though).

Scott
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	<field name="date">1038338918</field>
	<field group_forum_id="231016" name="forum_id">ivtools Fink package available for Jaguar</field>
	<field name="summary">ivtools Fink package available for Jaguar</field>
	<field name="details">ivtools-1.0.6 has now been packaged for Jaguar (MacOS X 10.2) using fink:  http://fink.sf.net</field>

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