Re: How Do I get Rid of These Errors

On Tue, 2003-09-16 at 18:32, Michael Meeks wrote:
> Hi Malcolm,
> On Tue, 2003-09-16 at 02:50, Malcolm Tredinnick wrote:
> > You cannot get rid of them. :-(
> 	You can try unreffing all the references you're leaking; and then
> calling bonobo_ui_debug_shutdown() at termination.
> > More accurately, you possibly can turn them off by building something
> > like linc or ORBit with some debugging turned off, but I have no idea
> > how to do that.
> 	Quite; if you explicitly configure/request a debugging build, you get
> debugging warnings - period.
> > Small rant: These warnings are basically dumb, because they are
> > basically "TODO" items for the maintainers of ORBit2.
> 	That's not the case in fact; each reflects a leak; and/or a missing
> debug_shutdown method.

Yeah, that was a bit rude of me. I apologise. There is a problem in one
of the libraries with the GNOME platform, but I am pointing fingers
without sufficient evidence here.

> >  However, no matter
> > how carefully you write your GNOME program (it is a bonobo artefact) and
> > how carefully you reference count, you will still get these. Colour me
> > annoyed.
> Not so ;-)

I disagree. But the problem may lie in libgnome, rather than libbonobo
or ORBit2.


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