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Re: gnome-panel broken ?



tor, 19,.01.2006 kl. 10.54 +0100, skrev Erwin Rol:
> On Thu, 2006-01-19 at 10:23 +0100, Rudolf Kastl wrote:
> > 2006/1/18, Kjartan Maraas <kmaraas broadpark no>:
> 
> > > This is caused by our (GNOME developers) decision to make all *-CRITICAL
> > > warnings from GNOME libraries/apps fatal, causing them to crash instead
> > > of just spewing logs. This was decided to get these problems that are
> > > often real bugs fixed before the next stable GNOME release. It seems the
> > > next gnome-session update will turn this off in rawhide and it will
> > > probably not be turned on again until more of these are fixed.
> 
> > well its nice to have em fatal... this way the stuff gets really fixed ;)))
> 
> 
> Even though I am the one that complained that gnome fell apart,  I kind
> of agree with the above. It might be a stupid question, but where do the
> glib, gtk and gnome warnings end up when they are not fatal ? 
> 
They end up in /tmp/xses-$user.$random, but nobody ever bothers looking
at those so we thought we'd force their hand a bit ;-)

Cheers
Kjartan



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