[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]

Re: Identifying remaining core font users



On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 01:11:03PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> 
> • cernlib cernlib-0:2006-34.fc12
>   — /usr/lib64/cernlib/2006/lib/libgrafX11.so.1_gfortran.2006
>   — /usr/lib64/cernlib/2006/lib/libpacklib-lesstif.so.1_gfortran.2006
>   — /usr/lib64/cernlib/2006/lib/libpawlib-lesstif.so.3_gfortran.2006
> • cernlib cernlib-packlib-gfortran-0:2006-34.fc12
>   — /usr/bin/kxterm-gfortran
> • cernlib paw-gfortran-0:2006-34.fc12
>   — /usr/bin/paw++-gfortran
>   — /usr/bin/pawX11-gfortran
> • cernlib-g77 cernlib-g77-0:2006-33.fc12
>   — /usr/lib64/cernlib/2006-g77/lib/libgrafX11.so.1.2006
>   — /usr/lib64/cernlib/2006-g77/lib/libpacklib-lesstif.so.1.2006
>   — /usr/lib64/cernlib/2006-g77/lib/libpawlib-lesstif.so.3.2006
> • cernlib-g77 cernlib-packlib-0:2006-33.fc12
>   — /usr/bin/kxterm
> • cernlib-g77 cernlib-packlib-g77-0:2006-33.fc12
>   — /usr/bin/kxterm-g77
> • cernlib-g77 paw-0:2006-33.fc12
>   — /usr/bin/paw++
>   — /usr/bin/pawX11
> • cernlib-g77 paw-g77-0:2006-33.fc12
>   — /usr/bin/paw++-g77
>   — /usr/bin/pawX11-g77

Cernlib is already legacy, so it wouldn't be so bad that the graphical
stuff in cernlib doesn't work. Also it is not clear that it uses that
much directly X, but rather goes through Motif. Maybe Xm* symbols 
should not be taken into account?

> • wmctrl wmctrl-0:1.07-7.fc12
>   — /usr/bin/wmctrl

This is a use of XCreateFontCursor. Is it really in the scope?



Another remark is that some of the problematic applications are 
Xaw or lesstif apps. Is it really an issue in that case that they
use X legacy fonts stuff?

--
Pat


[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]