Try to draw using the CairoWidget, in case you don't have cairo support compiled into FLTK: |
On Saturday, January 1, 2022 at 2:04:39 AM UTC+1 er...@seriss.com wrote:
To do so would mean some kind of
conditional in the examples/Makefile* and
to only build the example if cairo is enabled.
In the latest 1.4 commits we have <FL/fl_config.h> which is
automatically included and defines FLTK_HAVE_CAIRO [..]
OK, so I'll investigate having it operate like test/cairo_test,
so that that it builds unconditionally,
but pops a dialog if cairo isn't enabled.
Was hoping to avoid that in user example code (as a regular user
wouldn't likely do that).
Perhaps we should have some way to leverage fltk-config to
interrogate config.h options
so that even user's projects can check this stuff from their own
Makefiles, e.g. to warn if
FLTK was built without cairo when this was expected.
Oh wow, so is 2022 is any better, or
should I stick with 2021 and hold off on "upgrading"? :D
I hope it'll be better (less COVID issues, hopefully), but I can't
downgrade anyway. Looking forward to its new features...
To paraphrase a comic someone posted on facebook, traditionally
each New Year
is like turning to a new page on life, full of optimisim and
But lately it's been like turning a page in a Stephen King
horror novel, lol.
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