>>>> "Hrvoje" == Hrvoje Niksic
Hrvoje> Could we try a list of default fonts? Anyway, I'm pretty
Hrvoje> sure I do have a "Courier" font on my installation.
Aidan is right, we should use "monospace" and let fontconfig do the
I think we should warn (although not in the inimitable jwz style! you
know, the xmodmap kvetching) if we detect something in the fontconfig
we don't grok, of course, but I don't think we should try to work
Hrvoje> I get the same crash with both 75 and 100 dpi, and I'm
Hrvoje> pretty sure I have the Vera font family, as I'm using it
Hrvoje> in other applications.
Very strange. I fixed a bogosity in my code that prevented the
fontconfig substitutions from getting properly applied, which may not
be in your xemacs yet (the src/ChangeLog is
2005-02-24 Stephen J. Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org>
* objects-x.c (x_find_charset_font): ConfigSubstitute in the
_pattern_ before matching.
), but if you request a specific font that you do have by name, I
don't yet see why you would crash, even without that patch.
Can you give me a C backtrace? All the Lisp backtrace tells me is
that some fontconfig code is being called, but I don't see anything
wrong with the code just looking at it.
You should reenable the Xft debugging output, set debug_xft=1 in gdb.
If you do that, make sure you add the patch above which adds printout
of the truename of the font we're initializing. (The variable is
defined in xft-fonts.c if you want to do it permanently, but once
you've got XEmacs to stop crashing in font operations, that output
becomes completely uninteresting, until you start fiddling with Mule
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