[Glade-users] Glade 3.6.7 "Horizontally Oriented" Released !

On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 6:57 AM, Damon
Register<damon.w.register at lmco.com> wrote:
Tristan Van Berkom wrote:

3.4.x is hands down stabler than 3.6,
but I doubt the world cares very much
about a libglade tool today.

I guess I must be in a world of my own :-)
I am switching to GtkBuilder because it seems to be the way the Gtk
community is going so it would be nice to have a tool that does GtkBuilder
directly. ?With 3.6.7 I must constantly save because it crashes so often.
I have only used the Windows build of 3.6.7 so I don't know if the Linux
one is any better.

it CRASHES ???!!!!

Man, people have to tell me these things, I admit, after moving mountains
single-handedly to make 3.6 "work at all" with GtkBuilder, I really couldnt
care less about the horizonal orientation bug that nobody else apparently
cares enough about to fix anyway.

But crashes, I have dedicated alot of time since January this year to
fix the crashes in Glade 3.6, and to my satisfaction there are zero
crashes left to my knowlage (except for an unexplainable singularity
I which was reported about the inspector hangining indefinitely).

Is there already a bug report for this instability? ?I tried looking
through the bug list but didn't see anything (obvious) about that

No this issue is completely unknown to me, I am guessing
its probably something to do with the windows build, because
I dont know of many people using that build at all.

It would be great if you filed one and explained how its reproducible.


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