[vtkusers] vtkGL2PSExporter in combination with QVTKRenderWindowInteractor
github at stefanlau.com
Tue Jul 14 10:20:01 EDT 2015
I finally located the issue by looking at the generated svg.
The problem lies in the locale settings of the linux installation.
When I use LC_NUMERIC=en_US.utf8 the generated svg looks
correct. I don't know wether this is an issue that can be fixed
in VTK or needs to be fixed in libgl2ps.
All other image formats are affected as well. Should
I create a Bugreport for this? Thanks for all the help by the
Am 13.07.2015 um 15:16 schrieb David Lonie:
> This is very odd. I'm using an up-to-date arch linux with VTK built
> from the current development branch. I just tested with today's code
> and it's still working here. I also tried the vtk 6.1.0-8 package from
> pacman and that works with your script, too.
> I'm not really sure what could be happening in your tests. Do the
> other vector graphics formats (ps, eps, pdf) work?
> On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 4:51 AM, Stefan Lau <github at stefanlau.com
> <mailto:github at stefanlau.com>> wrote:
> Allright, I tried with current development version, the issue is
> still there.
> I also finally tried a different machine (with
> different drivers and distro) and the issue is still there, so it
> should not
> only be an issue on my machine.
> One thing I noticed though: When trying it on a live Ubuntu, I had it
> working once ;-). After installing it on hdd, it was in the broken
> state again.
> What is your setup in terms of package versions etc.? I want
> be able to get it to a working state, since I need the svgs for my
> masters thesis.
> - Stefan
> Am 10.07.2015 um 18:01 schrieb David Lonie:
>> On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 11:46 AM, Stefan Lau
>> <github at stefanlau.com <mailto:github at stefanlau.com>> wrote:
>> Allright after a short holiday, I had another few hours to
>> debug the issue. But no success.
>> Some other stuff that I tried (but now I'm out of ideas):
>> * Installing everything inside a VirtualBox running Ubuntu
>> 14.04 (using the Ubuntu-provided
>> vtk packages, which are broken btw:
>> * Using VTK 6.2 (building my own version of VTK)
>> * Using OpenGL software rendering (I thought that maybe it's
>> a driver issue of the intel drivers)
>> All yield the same corrupted result: The image that I sent in
>> the last email.
>> I haven't tried running it on a completely different machine,
>> since I have none available ATM.
>> Any ideas on how I could proceed?
>> I'd try building the current development version and see if it
>> persists. See the 'clone' section of
>> for the information on how to get the sources. After downloading,
>> the build process should be the same as 6.2.
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