Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 150458
evolution addressbook (list-view) - cannot print CJKI
Last modified: 2014-03-25 20:51:56 EDT
Description of problem:
Creating a new bug to track the progress of the porting libgal2 to the new API
following the fix of bug 138075.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.import the calendar.ics file attached
3.print the calendar in List View
Empty squares are printed
Able to print indic
Will tag to U2 blocker once available
Created attachment 111732 [details]
calendar containing all 5 composed indic characters
This is in the upstream bug tracker here:
Thanks Suzanne. :-)
Asked Lawrence it should only reflect to listview only. updating.
Am afraid that it affects more than Indic in the List View. Tried with the
following packages, all CJKI locales are affected.
Oops. My bad, I got confused. Comment #6 was tested on FC4. Please refer to bug
Status report: Initial version of a fix built into rawhide as evolution-2.3.6-1,
however this doesn't work at the moment (pango printing seems to be broken;
should be fixed in next day or so in rawhide). Code compiles and in theory
should work, but I may have messed up coordinate systems or introduced other
bugs; should be trivial to backport from rawhide to RHEL4 (code has barely
changed, and patch almost applies cleanly)
(note that in rawhide this code is now in the evolution package, and libgal2
will probably become obsolete; in rhel4 the code is in the libgal2 package)
Status report: fixed some bugs in my patch; am building evolution-18.104.22.168-3 with
latest ETable patch into rawhide.
Should (mostly) work, fixing this bug, but introduces a minor regression with
some headings (specifically with e_table_group_container_print_page); way to see
this regression is when doing a Print/Print Preview of Contacts when in View->By
Version in rawhide actually works; problem described in comment #16 was
appearing only in my CVS build, for some reason.
Built with patch for RHEL4 as libgal2-2.2.3-9
An advisory has been issued which should help the problem
described in this bug report. This report is therefore being
closed with a resolution of ERRATA. For more information
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