unwanted borders in GS (was Re: unloaded module `hipe_converters' ??)

Peter-Henry Mander erlang@REDACTED
Wed Mar 19 11:57:16 CET 2003

I found the solution, the required option is {highlightbw,0}. Another 
case of UTSL.

TFM doesn't appear to list this option, unless I haven't RTFM properly. 
There's a lot of untold cool GS features listed in the comments :-)


Peter-Henry Mander wrote:
> Hi Kostis,
> Migration to R9B-1 on SuSE 8.1 was painless, and seems to solve the 
> problem, thanks. It's nice to see the Megaco bug fixes in there too, 
> thanks to the maintainers thereof :-)
> Although I do have a query about GS, which has obviously changed since 
> R8B-2 with the consequence illustrated in the attached PNG file. How do 
> I remove the borders? The {bw,0} option doesn't fix it, they're not 
> related to that option which has effects elsewhere.
> Any suggestions from the GS users?
> Pete.
> Kostis Sagonas wrote:
>> Pete,
>>  > I have a HiPE related question on R8B-2 (Erlang (BEAM) emulator 
>> version  > 5.1.2 [source] [hipe], running on SuSE 8.1), when running 
>> any code I get  > the following report on the console, after which 
>> everything stops.
>>  >  > The code server called the unloaded module `hipe_converters'
>>  >  > This is my first foray into HiPE, purely out of curiousity I 
>> compiled  > Erlang/OTP with the ./configure --enable-hipe option.
>> This does not solve your problem directly, but also just out of
>> curiosity is there any specific reason why you are still using R8
>> rather than R9B where HiPE is an integrated and supported component
>> rather than an unsupported one?
>> I am willing to bet that you will not experience any such problems
>> of you switch to R9 (and you will find that the HiPE compiler is more
>> robust there).
>> If for some reason you insist on using R8, let us know and we will
>> try to look into this...
>> Best,
>> Kostis.
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