Issue #11 invalid

Windows 7- x64 overflow

Anonymous created an issue

C:\Python27\Lib\lithosphere> Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Python27\Lib\lithosphere\lithosphere-0.1.2_-py2.6.egg\lithosphere\mai", line 81, in main application = Application(window) File "C:\Python27\Lib\lithosphere\lithosphere-0.1.2_-py2.6.egg\lithosphere\app", line 34, in init self.fps = ClockDisplay() File "C:\Python27\Lib\lithosphere\pyglet-1.2dev-py2.6.egg\pyglet\", li ne 916, in init font = load_font('', 36, bold=True) File "C:\Python27\Lib\lithosphere\pyglet-1.2dev-py2.6.egg\pyglet\font__init .py", line 638, in load font = _font_class(name, size, bold=bold, italic=italic, dpi=dpi) File "C:\Python27\Lib\lithosphere\pyglet-1.2dev-py2.6.egg\pyglet\font\ ", line 530, in init super(GDIPlusFont, self).init(name, size, bold, italic, dpi) File "C:\Python27\Lib\lithosphere\pyglet-1.2dev-py2.6.egg\pyglet\font\ ", line 334, in init__ gdi32.SelectObject(dc, self.hfont) ArgumentError: argument 1: <type 'exceptions.OverflowError'>: long int too long to convert

Comments (3)

  1. Florian Bösch repo owner

    This is a pyglet issue, please report it to the pyglet project if it persists after trying the latest pyglet development version. As far as I know, pyglets line on any 64bit support is that "it doesn't work".

  2. Anonymous

    Your terrain engine looks very promising and I would love to give it a try.

    What is your recommendation as a work-around or temporary solution for those who use a 64bit OS?

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