[Glade-users] Problems with newer version of Glade

I think he may be using fixed widgets -- glade 3.6.2 (at least)  
doesn't properly display them.  They will render fine in the end,  
though. Just difficult to edit them.


On May 8, 2009, at 12:09 PM, Tristan Van Berkom wrote:

Yes its supposed to be future proof, 3.6 should also allow you to
convert it and save it in GtkBuilder format, which should also just
work in the future.

We are at 3.6.3 now and I need to release a 3.6.4 soon, could be
that you ran into a bug in the earlier releases, Id need to see a
sample glade file to try and reproduce it...


On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Thomas Klose
<thomas.klose at hiperscan.com> wrote:

I am working at a small software project, using Glade to define the  
interface. Everything was great until I updated my operating system
(Ubuntu) from 8.10 (Intrepid) to 9.04 (Jaunty).

Now I have problems with the newer version of Glade (3.6.1) which is
included in Jaunty. Intrepid includes version 3.4.5. I can open the  
file, but my user interface is barely recognizable: notepads are  
widgets have wrong properties...

However, when I load the xml file in my application, the ui looks  
How is this possible?

I also tried to compile the old version 3.4.5 in Jaunty. The result  
even worse: I can load the xml file but the ui is only garbage. So  
I had
to install Intrepid in a virtual machine to edit my glade files. :(

Is there a way to migrate projects to the new version? Is this a  
bug? It
was my understanding that the glade xml format is future proof.

Thanks and regards, Thomas

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