gnumeric is inexplicably broken on my machine

Suddenly I have not been able to start gnumeric.  I am running debian unstable, with gnumeric 1.2.6.  I 
haven't a clue what I've done.  In .xsession-errors in my ~/, dozens of lines were left, but I can't see them 
now, as I've rebooted.  

No user on this machine can now use gnumeric.  I purged gnumeric and reinstalled, but still no happiness.  
I've been using the program almost daily, for the past two weeks, with no problem.  

Is there something I should be aware of?

Alan Davis

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    Alan E. Davis,  P. O. Box 506164 CK, Saipan, MP 96950, NMI

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