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renilgh
PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2008 1:52 pm    Post subject: Denemo won't work Reply with quote

Ahey.

I can't get Denemo to work.
Installing from either 80k and 70k seems to be fine but Denemo has no name (just the symbol) in gnome-panel-menu. When started the (minimized) window during startup has the caption "DESCRIPTION = being started" ('being started' translated by myself to English, actual terms may be different).
It loads a few seconds and then vanishes.
Output is:

Code:
BinReloc failed to initialize:
Domain: 1 (GBinReloc)
Code: 4
Message: Binary relocation support is disabled.
----------------

GNU Denemo, a gtk+ frontend for GNU Lilypond
(c) 1999-2005 Matthew Hiller, Adam Tee, and others


      This program is provided with absolutely NO WARRANTY; see
      the file COPYING for details.

      This software may be redistributed and modified under the
      terms of the GNU General Public License; again, see the file
      COPYING for details.


** ERROR **: file main.c: line 105 (register_stock_icon): assertion failed: (pixbuf != NULL)
aborting...


Another thing that seems strange to me is that it didn't depend on Lilypond. I would expect a *frontend* for Lilypond to do so. I installed Lilypond by hand and reinstalled Denemo from either 80k and 70k but the result hasn't changed yet.
I tried installing from BLAGHEAD, too, but apt-get is unable to fetch the file.

Has anyone a working installation of Denemo?

jebba
PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2008 3:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

denemo isn't in upstream 90k or blaghead repos, AFAICT.

The `denemo` problem (at quick glance) is that it is either missing an icon or it can't process a .svg icon (staccato.svg)

-Jeff

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