# 20140214 (Friday, 14 February 2014)¶

## Running TIM using Wine¶

I finally managed to have TIM running under Wine. Itäs just a question of how to organize your files. And then some configuration tuning.

First problem was that Wine didn’t find some required runtime DLL files. I ran winecfg and specified that T: points to ~/vbshared2/drives/T.

Another problem was that the screen painting was very slow. Probably related to the following messages on stdout:

fixme:font:freetype_SelectFont Untranslated charset 255
fixme:font:freetype_SelectFont Untranslated charset 255
fixme:font:get_nearest_charset returning DEFAULT_CHARSET \
face->fs.fsCsb[0] = 00000000 file = (null)
fixme:font:freetype_SelectFont Untranslated charset 254
fixme:font:get_nearest_charset returning DEFAULT_CHARSET \
face->fs.fsCsb[0] = 00000000 file = (null)


## More attestations¶

Working on docs/tickets/93.

Would it make sense to also turn a debts.Budget into an attestable? Yesterday on the phone with Gerd we said “Yes”, but meanwhile I’d rather say “No”.

Because welfare.debts.Budget is rather like welfare.jobs.Contract and welfare.isip.Contract (and like welfare.cbss.RetrieveTIGroupsRequest and welfare.notes.Note): these objects are printable “by themselves”: they are usually printed exactly once, and the user does not care about a history of printings.

Code changes:

• One detail to make this topic more clear is that the “Create Attestation” button should be placed next to the “print” button.
• And another detail: a better label for CreateAttestation (“Create attestation”) would be simply “Attest”. And the name of the action itself is AttestAction.
• The migrate_from_1_1_10.py script generated by lino_welfare.migrate is now a bit more elaborate: it defines a doit() function which I can hack in order to play with it.

## Miscellaneous¶

Joe contributed 2 more changesets:

While testing these I noted that there is a bug which maybe existed already before: the “Home” button does not always close all windows.

And there was a bug in the Lino test suite: it tried to run_simple_doctests on lino/apps/cal/utils.py (instead of lino/modlib/cal/utils.py).