Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 473734
openjdk renders incorrectly for jeuclid
Last modified: 2008-12-02 02:19:43 EST
I know this is not going to be a helpful initial bug report, as I do not even fully understand what the issue is. I am packaging up jeuclid for fedora and I have it compiling fine with openjdk, the issue is that the images that are being rendered are all messed up. This works with sun jdk.
here is the srpm:
you just need jeuclid and jeuclid-mathviewer
The launcher script:
set_classpath "commons-logging commons-cli commons-lang fop jcip-annotations xml
graphics-commons batik-all jeuclid-core jeuclid-mathviewer commons-io"
Here is the test data that can be pasted in: http://jeuclid.sourceforge.net/example5.html as well as a correct rendering. What I get with openjdk is:
If there is anything else I can provide that will help, just ask. I really did not know what to put in this report.
Could you retry with the version in Fedora 10? There were some font metric calculation fixes recently, and I believe those did already go into the F10 package.
Looks great on 10, I had not gotten around to getting a 10 box up.
Will this fix be propagated to F-9?
upstream would also like to know when it was fixed? Is is the correct bug?
(In reply to comment #4)
> upstream would also like to know when it was fixed? Is is the correct bug?
That is one of the font patches I applied upstream to icedtea yes:
That one in particular was for upstream bug: