[cairo] error: 'RepeatNone' undeclared (first use in this function)
cairo-2008c at ryandesign.com
Fri Oct 31 13:50:48 PDT 2008
On Oct 31, 2008, at 15:17, Carl Worth wrote:
> On Fri, 2008-10-31 at 15:03 -0500, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Oct 31, 2008, at 11:48, Carl Worth wrote:
>>> Oh, oops! This might be the problem:
>>> /* Extended repeat attributes included in 0.10 */
>>> #define RepeatNone 0
>>> I'm guessing you've got a version of the Xrender library that's
>>> than 0.10, and that's what's tripping you up here.
>> Most likely -- MacPorts has xrender 0.9.0. I've wanted to update the
>> xrender port several times, but I haven't been able to find out what
>> the project's homepage is or what the current version is. It's good
>> to know that 0.10.x is available, but where can I get it?
> This is just another component of the X.org project which you can find
> out more about here:
> As for the "0.10" above, that's actually quite confusing. That's
> actually referring to version 0.10 of the Render protocol between
> the X
> server and the client (which client portion is implemented in the
> libXrender library).
> So the current libXrender release is numbered 0.9.4 and that was in
> 7.4 released last month.
> But that's not even the interesting piece, as it doesn't provide the
> render.h file defining RepeatNone. Instead, that comes from the
> renderproto package. It in turn has a 0.9.3 version in spite of the
> that it's describing protocol version 0.10. I'm guessing Keith is to
> blame for the versioning confusion there.
> Meanwhile, I looked into the oldest release of renderproto
> mentioned on
> this page:
> Which is renderproto 0.9.2 first available in Xorg 7.0. It also
> describes protocol 0.10 and also includes the definition of the
> RepeatNone macro.
> So I don't know how ancient the render bits are in macports, but they
> would seem to be old indeed.
Thanks very much. I'll work on updating the render port from 0.9.0 to
0.9.4 and making it use the xorg-renderproto 0.9.2 port which we
already have (but which has not thus far been in the MacPorts cairo
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