On 04/09/13 23:24, Ivan Nedrehagen wrote:
> I also suspect that there might be problems replicating this bug, so I will try to do some digging of my own. Since I have built the FLTK library on my own, I might tinker a bit with the source and might run a strace (or windows equiv.) on the glut demos and the fltk demos to see if there might be a difference.
Yes, strace might be good, and also I think there's a way to view
the X11 messages going back and forth.. It might be as easy as setting
an environment variable, or attaching a program to the process or some such..
Sometimes just running the app through a remote xsession would let you
sniff the X11 network messages (ethereal, or wireshark, or whatever its
called these days which sniffs network packets and deconstructs them at
the protocol level into meaningful messages. Used this once to solve an STR
a few years ago where our code was creating zero sized windows IIRC)
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