Re: [Glade-users] GtkWarning: gtk_button_box_set_child_secondary: assertion `child->parent == GTK_WIDGET (widget)' failed

On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 4:00 PM, Gerald Britton<gerald britton gmail com> wrote:
> The glade file is set to "Object names are unique within toplevels"
> which fits the way my glade file is set up.  Maybe I should get a
> fresh copy of glade-3. I'm at Glade 3.6.3

Yes get 3.6.7, but; if you use widget names that are unique within
toplevels, you have to be careful of how you use that with GtkBuilder,
dont feed it the entire Glade file at once; instead specify which ones
you want to build - I think the policy right now for GtkBuilder is
unique names throughout the builder instance - so you may also
want to be carefull to use separate GtkBuilder instances to build
separate parts of your project.

Note: if you have a widget naming glitch with Glade 3.6.3, then
toggle the policy property in the preferences, this will actually
modify the project (it creates an undo item) and fix any duplicate
names if found (you shouldnt have any such glitches with 3.6.7


> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 12:49 PM, Tristan Van Berkom<tvb gnome org> wrote:
>> Oops I seemed to have replied to the middle of this thread.
>> If its an issue with the widget id uniqueness, then you can
>> go in Glade's project preferences and toggle the naming policy
>> setting (and please use a recent build of Glade to make sure
>> the policy works correctly, it had some bugs earlier this year).
>> Cheers,
>>        -Tristan
>> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 12:44 PM, Tristan Van Berkom<tvb gnome org> wrote:
>>> On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 9:11 AM, Gerald Britton<gerald britton gmail com> wrote:
>>> [...]
>>>> 1. when and why is the method gtk_button_box_set_child_secondary
>>>> called by the add_from_file method?
>>> The fastest and easiest way to find out whats going on is to follow
>>> Paul's advice and simply run it once in gdb with a breakpoint on g_log.
>>> Thats what I would do to pinpoint exactly whats going on.
>>> (it could be a malformed Glade file and maybe a bug in Glade,
>>> it could also mean a bug in GTK+ parsing GtkButtonBox's).
>>>> 3. Can the text of the error message be changed to include the name of
>>>> the widget that has the problem, if available?
>>> Yes, you should ask the GTK+ team to do that by filing a bug against
>>> gtk+:GtkBuilder, those messages can trigger without GtkBuilder parsing
>>> the UI but in that case gtk_buildable_get_name() will still return the
>>> widget's class name by default.
>>> Cheers,
>>>         -Tristan
> --
> Gerald Britton
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