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Re: [Gnash] Where does gnash send to trace output to?

From: Meryl Silverburgh
Subject: Re: [Gnash] Where does gnash send to trace output to?
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 23:07:19 -0600

On 2/26/07, strk <address@hidden> wrote:
Are you running gnash with the -v switch ?
If you're using MTASC, may I suggest you use the MTASC framework for
Gnash testsuite found in testsuite/misc-mtasc.all ?
For a start you could modify the existing file.


When I turn on the '-v' flag, I still don't see the 'hello world'
string in my trace.

./gui/gnash -v ~/programs/mtasc/tuto.swf
23:06:43: Verbose output turned on
no rendering flags specified, using rcfile
23:06:43: ERROR: Sound requested but no sound support compiled in
virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::init(int, char***) enter
23:06:43: OpenGL extension version - 1.2
23:06:43: Got double-buffered visual.
23:06:43: Created top level window
23:06:43: Couldn't find pixmap file: GnashG.png

** (lt-gnash:3020): WARNING **: Couldn't find pixmap file: GnashG.png
virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::createMenu() enter
virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::setupEvents() enter
23:06:43: WARNING: Resize request received while there's still no
movie loaded, can't correctly set movie scale
static gboolean gnash::GtkGui::realize_event(GtkWidget*, GdkEvent*,
void*) enterBase url set to:
Movie file:///home/meryl/programs/mtasc/tuto.swf added to library
virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::createWindow(int, int) enter
virtual bool gnash::GtkGui::run() enter
23:06:43: ERROR: FIXME: void gnash::sprite_create_text_field(const
gnash::fn_call&) unfinished

static gboolean gnash::GtkGui::delete_event(GtkWidget*, GdkEvent*, void*) enter

On Mon, Feb 26, 2007 at 03:01:30PM -0600, Meryl Silverburgh wrote:
> Hi,
> i am trying to write simple test case for gnash.
> i start with this actionscript:
> class Tuto {
>        static var app : Tuto;
>        function Tuto() {
>                trace( "Hello world !");
>        }
>        // entry point
>        static function main(mc) {
>                app = new Tuto();
>        }
> }
> and compile it to a swf file
> but when I run it with gnash, I don't see the 'Hello world' as expected.
> Can you please tell me if I do something wrong?
> Thank you.
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