On Thu, Feb 03, 2000 at 01:02:15AM -0500, Steve Lipa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> try to save.   Anyway, the question is, is there any sort
> of document in existence that summarizes the changes that
> plug-in developers have to make to update plug-ins to work
> with the new version?

I believe (of course I cannot be sure) that there is no such document
(apart from notes scatatered all over the net).

However, if somebody documented the changes he had to do in order to
upgrade and sends it to me I'll edit it and put it on sourceforge.

> such as tiff.c and jpeg.c and was shocked at the differences
> between the old and the new versions.

Yeha... there _really_ were people at work here ;->

> reverse engineer one of these (as I did when I originally
> wrote my plug-in) or is there a cookbook approach I can 

For a c plug-in, compiler warnings are a good start.

>  1) The x-y mouse coordinate data and image name information
>     that appears to the left of the progress meter are
>     not working right for me.   The data seems to be written
>     on top of old data that is never erased so it just looks
>     like a big black smudge after a while.

Now that you mention it, I have the same problem since around 1.1.13 or
so.  However, that was the time I installed XFree-3.9.1x, so I thought
this is a bug in my X-Server.

What X-Server do you use? Do you use gtk-engines? Does ti work without

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