[Scribus] Compile problem with CVS / Debian sid
Wed May 14 19:31:01 CEST 2003
Johannes Wilm a dit (03/05/14 17:07) :
> Did you checkout "scribus" or "Scribus" (Scribus is correct)?
Exactly ; thank you for this quick answer ; now it works :
./configure --with-qt-libraries=/usr/lib/qt3 --with-qt-includes=/usr/include/qt3 --prefix=/usr/local/stow/scribus
NB: 'autoconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.57' IS what 'autoconf --version' says.
But... my Type1 fonts seem to make scribus mad... it shows me these
fonts in the list, but :
- it isn't able to display them (maybe a qt 3.1.1 problem ?)
- if I use some of them in a document, then save it, then close it, then
open it again... it tells me they are not installed, and asks me for
replacement fonts, and deletes the guilty fonts from the list
- if I export to pdf or eps a doc using these fonts, neither gv, nor
ggv, nor xpdf, nor acroread are able to understand anything
These fonts are Adobe ones (eg.:
I installed them with type1inst from Debian, and ran update-fonts-dir
and update-fonts-scale on their directory, so that they are properly
Some ideas ?
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