[Glade-users] GtkWarning: No object called:

On Sun, Sep 13, 2009 at 5:44 PM, Micah Carrick <email at micahcarrick.com> wrote:
I looked through the XML file and found that a liststore object was still in
there that I had deleted from Glade. After deleting the liststore object
from the XML file manually, everything worked fine. The strange thing is, I
spent an hour or so and cannot reproduce this problem. So, for now, there is
no problem. Perhaps there was some operator error on my end. I had also
changed the glade project over from LibGlade to GtkBuilder via Save As,
however I could not reproduce this problem using that either.

Hmm, interesting, maybe your liststore had references to objects
that were deleted in the project, its possible that the liststore data
reffing logic is not as strong as the more tested direct object property

an orphaned liststore in GtkBuilder is valid, you just need to ref it
so it doesnt die when you kill the builder.


- Micah Carrick

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Tristan Van Berkom wrote:

On Sun, Sep 13, 2009 at 11:48 AM, Micah Carrick <email at micahcarrick.com>

When I load my glade file with gtk.Builder.add_from_file() I'm getting
this GTK error from GtkBuilder:

[Glade-users] GtkWarning: No object called:

Best guess, this warning comes from an object reference
with a null/empty string, which really shouldnt happen through
Glade (Id be interested to know if you could make Glade
do this in a reproducible way).

Usually you can only set an object property through the
dialog offered in Glade, and an object name can never
be a null string (is it possible that Glade let you accidentally
name one of your objects with whitespace ?, that would/should
be a bug in Glade).

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