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Nguyen Vu Hung wrote:
2010/10/2 Jesús Corrius <>

[vuhung@www2 slideshow]$ rpm -qf /usr/include/GL/glxext.h

This is the standard rpm on CentOS 5.5 that I has installed with yum

This mesa version is more than 4 years old and the problem may be
related to that.

I assume that CentOS 5.5 is technically indentical to Redhat 5.5. So

Question: Does anyone gets the similar problem on Redhat?

Looks like the following ifdef:

#if defined( GLX_VERSION_1_3 ) && defined( GLX_EXT_texture_from_pixmap )

doesn't work well with your version of the mesa package. The program
will probably compile if you undefine one of the constants above, but
I am unsure about the side effects.

Ignore the side effects we may encounter,

I haved  a line

#undef GLX_VERSION_1_3 to the top of the following file

source/engine/OGLTrans/OGLTrans_TransitionerImpl.cxx:#if defined(
GLX_VERSION_1_3 ) && defined( GLX_EXT_texture_from_pixmap )

then re configure and make.

Everything seems fine now.

Thanks for hunting this down - could you extract a proper patch from
your sources, so we can fix this once and for all?

Let's keep development/code-related discussions on the libreoffice
list. :)


-- Thorsten

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