Alexander K. Hansen | 1 Aug 02:03 2007

Re: gnucash-1.8.12-11

Janssen Vanderhooft wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to install gnucash with fink, and everything built and 
> installed.  When I try to launch gnucash from X11, the splash window 
> comes up, runs through some startup things and closes, then the 
> "Welcome to GnuCash" and "Tip of the Day" windows open, but do not get 
> filled with any content.  After a few seconds, these windows close and 
> the terminal gives a "Bus error" message.  I'm appending the output 
> from "gnucash --debug".  I checked my home folder, and the .gnucash/ 
> directory does not exist.
>
> Any help would be appreciated, I've been looking for a good, free 
> financial software package and haven't had much luck.  I've just been 
> using a spreadsheet, which gets tedious very quickly.
>
> Thanks.
>
> --xterm output--
> Julius:~ Janssen$ gnucash --debug
> gnucash: [D] "files to open: "()
> gnucash: [D] "starting up (2)."
> gnucash: [D] "gnc:find-file looking for ""finance-quote-check"" in 
> "("/sw/share/gnucash")
> gnucash: [D] "  checking for ""/sw/share/gnucash/finance-quote-check"
> gnucash: [D] "found file ""/sw/share/gnucash/finance-quote-check"
> gnucash: [D] "gnc:find-file looking for ""finance-quote-helper"" in 
> "("/sw/share/gnucash")
> gnucash: [D] "  checking for ""/sw/share/gnucash/finance-quote-helper"
> gnucash: [D] "found file ""/sw/share/gnucash/finance-quote-helper"
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David Reiser | 1 Aug 08:57 2007
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Re: gnucash-1.8.12-11

At this point, you probably would prefer gnucash2 (much more recent  
version(s), 2.2.0 just made it  up tonight). Your Xcode tools is  
pretty old -- most recent is 2.4.1, but I don't know if that's a  
problem.

Gnucash2 is the package name in fink. You still start it as 'gnucash'  
in the x11 window.

Dave
On 31 Jul 2007, at 1:02:11 PM, Janssen Vanderhooft wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to install gnucash with fink, and everything built and  
> installed.  When I try to launch gnucash from X11, the splash  
> window comes up, runs through some startup things and closes, then  
> the "Welcome to GnuCash" and "Tip of the Day" windows open, but do  
> not get filled with any content.  After a few seconds, these  
> windows close and the terminal gives a "Bus error" message.  I'm  
> appending the output from "gnucash --debug".  I checked my home  
> folder, and the .gnucash/ directory does not exist.
>
> Any help would be appreciated, I've been looking for a good, free  
> financial software package and haven't had much luck.  I've just  
> been using a spreadsheet, which gets tedious very quickly.
>
> Thanks.
>
> --xterm output--
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Pierre-Henri Lavigne | 1 Aug 10:06 2007
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Applex11tools feedback

G'day all,

I've reworked with Apple X11 in top of xorg since a few days. Sometimes it seems there is a bug in the display
and i have an additional black transparent png at the bottom of the windows I focus. I guess the following
errors are related to it :

*** /var/log/windowserver.log ***
Aug 01 09:49:53  [64] kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGXGLAccelAccess : GL error 0501 exiting
Aug 01 09:50:00  [64] kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGXGLAccelAccess : GL error 0501 exiting
Aug 01 09:51:29  [64] kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGXGLAccelAccess : GL error 0501 exiting

I'm running KDE with quartz-wm as the window manager

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John Ridgway | 1 Aug 18:23 2007

License field

Friends -
I'm working on an update to the aspectj port, and I need advice on  
what to fill in for the License field.  The current value is OSI- 
Approved, which is probably incorrect.  AspectJ (TM) is distributed  
under the EPL, which is OSI-Approved, but it includes Third Party  
Content licensed under the Apache Software License (also OSI- 
Approved).  It also includes ASM v2.2.1, which is licensed by INRIA  
under the following conditions:

Copyright (c) 2000-2005 INRIA, France Telecom
All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
are met:

1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

3. Neither the name of the copyright holders nor the names of its
    contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
    this software without specific prior written permission.

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS  
"AS IS"
AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,  
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David H. | 1 Aug 18:32 2007
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Re: Fink-devel Digest, Vol 16, Issue 1

>
> Friends -
> I'm working on an update to the aspectj port, and I need advice on
> what to fill in for the License field.  The current value is OSI-
> Approved, which is probably incorrect.  AspectJ (TM) is distributed
> under the EPL, which is OSI-Approved, but it includes Third Party
> Content licensed under the Apache Software License (also OSI-
> Approved).  It also includes ASM v2.2.1, which is licensed by INRIA
> under the following conditions:
>
The license you have shown looks like a BSD Type license, which is
OSI-Approved, so I think you are fine with what you have.

-d

David H.
Fink PR/Admin
FDN Board

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Alexey Zakhlestin | 1 Aug 18:48 2007
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Re: License field

well… as far as I understand, INRIA license is basically a "new BSD-license"
which is OSI-approved too

On 8/1/07, John Ridgway <john <at> jacelridge.com> wrote:
> Friends -
> I'm working on an update to the aspectj port, and I need advice on
> what to fill in for the License field.  The current value is OSI-
> Approved, which is probably incorrect.  AspectJ (TM) is distributed
> under the EPL, which is OSI-Approved, but it includes Third Party
> Content licensed under the Apache Software License (also OSI-
> Approved).  It also includes ASM v2.2.1, which is licensed by INRIA
> under the following conditions:
>
>
> Copyright (c) 2000-2005 INRIA, France Telecom
> All rights reserved.
>
> Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
> modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
> are met:
>
> 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
>     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
>
> 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
>     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
>     documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
>
> 3. Neither the name of the copyright holders nor the names of its
>     contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
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John Ridgway | 1 Aug 19:26 2007

Re: License field

Thanks -
I've now had a couple of responses, and the conclusion is that I can  
leave it as OSI-Approved.

Peace
- John

On Aug 1, 2007, at 12:48 PM, Alexey Zakhlestin wrote:

> well… as far as I understand, INRIA license is basically a "new BSD- 
> license"
> which is OSI-approved too
>
> On 8/1/07, John Ridgway <john <at> jacelridge.com> wrote:
>> Friends -
>> I'm working on an update to the aspectj port, and I need advice on
>> what to fill in for the License field.  The current value is OSI-
>> Approved, which is probably incorrect.  AspectJ (TM) is distributed
>> under the EPL, which is OSI-Approved, but it includes Third Party
>> Content licensed under the Apache Software License (also OSI-
>> Approved).  It also includes ASM v2.2.1, which is licensed by INRIA
>> under the following conditions:
>>
>>
>> Copyright (c) 2000-2005 INRIA, France Telecom
>> All rights reserved.
>>
>> Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
>> modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
>> are met:
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Trevor Harmon | 2 Aug 08:21 2007

New maintainer of AspectJ package

John Ridgway and I have agreed that he will take over maintenance of  
the aspectj package.

Trevor

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John Ridgway | 2 Aug 17:10 2007

TeX in Fink

Friends -
I have an interest in seeing that TeX remains available through Fink,  
and I'm curious as to the status of TeX-related efforts in the Fink  
project.  (I looked through the archives of fink-devel with nothing  
interesting poking it's head out at me.)

Are there current plans as to what to do about TeX (since teTeX is no  
longer supported)?  If so, can someone point me to them?  I am  
willing to devote some time to making TeX work with Fink and will  
think about it and make a proposal if no-one else is involved in this  
right now.

If there's something obvious that I'm missing, I apologize and hope  
that someone will point me in the right direction.

Peace
- John

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Alexander K. Hansen | 2 Aug 17:28 2007

Re: TeX in Fink

John Ridgway wrote:
> Friends -
> I have an interest in seeing that TeX remains available through Fink,  
> and I'm curious as to the status of TeX-related efforts in the Fink  
> project.  (I looked through the archives of fink-devel with nothing  
> interesting poking it's head out at me.)
>
> Are there current plans as to what to do about TeX (since teTeX is no  
> longer supported)?  If so, can someone point me to them?  I am  
> willing to devote some time to making TeX work with Fink and will  
> think about it and make a proposal if no-one else is involved in this  
> right now.
>
> If there's something obvious that I'm missing, I apologize and hope  
> that someone will point me in the right direction.
>
> Peace
> - John
>
>
>   
We'll presumably keep teTeX around.  By "unsupported" do you mean by 
upstream, or by Fink? 
We also have the ptex distribution.

You're certainly free and encouraged to help.  There has been interest 
expressed for texlive to be added to Fink.

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