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From David Eppstein <eppst...@ics.uci.edu>
Subject Re: Batik 1.5 and MacOSX10.2.6 startup problems
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2003 00:11:24 GMT
In article <1064187187.3f6e3533daa2c@karmail.ethz.ch>,
 Andreas Neumann <neumann@karto.baug.ethz.ch> wrote:

> Hi Brendan, Thomas and other MacOSX Batik Users!
> 
> I read your thread (july 2003) on the Batik Mailinglist on trying to get
> Squiggle running under MacOSX10.2.6. I ran into exactly the same problem?
> 
> I read that the installed fonts could be the problem?
> 
> Have you figured out which fonts could cause the problem?
> 
> Here is my configuration:
> Batik 1.5
> MacOSX10.2.6
> Java 1.4.1_01

I have essentially the same configuration, and don't get that problem, 
but I do get a bunch of annoying error messages whenever I start up 
squiggle (or use batik-rasterizer on an SVG containing text):

2003-09-21 17:08:02.622 java[7198] Font GB18030Bitmap: in 
_readBasicMetricsForSize, claims 0 max advance but is fixed-pitch.
2003-09-21 17:08:06.716 java[7198] Warning: Font 
LucidaSans-TypewriterBold claims fixed-pitch with 0 max advance!
2003-09-21 17:08:10.164 java[7198] Font TicketCapitals-Impressed: 
descent is 0.
2003-09-21 17:08:10.190 java[7198] Font TicketCapitals-Repressed: 
descent is 0.
2003-09-21 17:08:11.585 java[7198] Warning: Font 
LucidaSans-TypewriterBold claims fixed-pitch with 0 max advance!
2003-09-21 17:08:21.848 java[7198] Font GB18030Bitmap: in 
_readBasicMetricsForSize, claims 0 max advance but is fixed-pitch.
2003-09-21 17:08:29.305 java[7198] Font GB18030Bitmap: in 
_readBasicMetricsForSize, claims 0 max advance but is fixed-pitch.
2003-09-21 17:09:18.478 java[7198] Font GB18030Bitmap: in 
_readBasicMetricsForSize, claims 0 max advance but is fixed-pitch.

Also note the times -- Java is taking a very long time looking at fonts 
that have no relevance to the current job.  Presumably this is mostly an 
Apple-Java problem rather than a Batik problem, but is there any way 
Batik could get Java to only look at the fonts it wants, instead of all 
of them?

-- 
David Eppstein                      http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/
Univ. of California, Irvine, School of Information & Computer Science


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