Fwd: [Bug 524665] Unable to import 'main' on startup

Can someone have a look at this? I'm not sure how the installed_mode
is supposed to work (glchess.in.in/defaults.py.in) but it appears not
to be working in Ubuntu. Debian has patched their version. I can't see
any changes from 2.22.1 that I've made that should have stopped things

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Date: 2008/5/29
Subject: [Bug 524665] Unable to import 'main' on startup
To: robert ancell gmail com

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 gnome-games | glchess | Ver: 2.22.x

Josselin Mouette changed:

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------- Comment #61 from Josselin Mouette  2008-05-28 23:51 UTC -------
The cure introduced in r7608 is worse than the disease. Now the defaults are
always taken from the build directory, not the installation directory. It does
not even start up anymore:

(glchess:12668): libglade-WARNING **: could not find glade file
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "/usr/games/glchess", line 58, in <module>
 File "/var/lib/python-support/python2.5/glchess/glchess.py", line 21, in
   app = main.Application()
 File "/var/lib/python-support/python2.5/glchess/main.py", line 441, in
   self.ui = UI(self)
 File "/var/lib/python-support/python2.5/glchess/main.py", line 328, in
   self.controller = gtkui.GtkUI(self)
 File "/var/lib/python-support/python2.5/glchess/gtkui/gtkui.py", line 221, in
   self._gui = loadGladeFile('glchess.glade')
 File "/var/lib/python-support/python2.5/glchess/gtkui/gtkui.py", line 46, in
   return gtk.glade.XML(os.path.join(GLADE_DIR, name), root, domain = DOMAIN)
RuntimeError: could not create GladeXML object

Actually, there is no reason at all to reference the build directory in the
installed files, especially in so fragile code paths.

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