[Glade-devel] Unexpected element <signal> inside <widget>

2009/3/24 Micha? Karnicki <mkarnicki at gmail.com>:
I can't tell what was the version of glade which produced the file (I
recently had ubuntu 8.10 up to date, but I just switched to 9.04 alfa 6).
The current version of Glade I have is 3.6.0 - I opened the not-so-old
.glade file in the new Glade and saved it. Then signals stopped to connect
with button events (at least the one I use, which is clicked/toggled).

Ok this is my guess is that libglade has some problem with
the order of accelerator/signal here, before I jump to conclusions
can you try reordering the file by hand so that the accelerator
comes after the signal ?

Reordering that will be a real pain but I'll make sure to do it
this week...


2009/3/24 Tristan Van Berkom <tristan.van.berkom at gmail.com>

2009/3/23 Micha? Karnicki <mkarnicki at gmail.com>:
I have the same problem. After loading the old file and saving it,
stopped to work. I receive:

libglade-WARNING **: Unexpected element <signal> inside <widget>

And I have no clue what to do. If I can provide you with any feedback
need concerning this issue, I will be more than pleased. Thank you!

Hi as far as I know this was fixed here:
? http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=559531
but /before/ 3.5.4 (think it was fixed in 3.5.2 or 3.5.3).

Take a look at the Glade file, the signals should follow the properties
and precede the children, if they dont, there is your bug.

Also please let me know what version of Glade produced the Glade
file with the malformed signals.

? ? ? ? ? -Tristan


Hi, after an upgrade to the last versione on jaunty a have this kind of
error when i open old ( 3.5.4) file and save it
Buttons doesnt' work.

Any tip? my fault?


(promogest.py:24867): libglade-WARNING **: Unexpected element <signal>
inside <widget>.

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