Re: [tasque-list] Problems connecting to RTM

On 02/04/2009 07:46 AM, David Kaylor wrote:
On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 10:37 AM, Sandy Armstrong
<sanfordarmstrong gmail com <mailto:sanfordarmstrong gmail com>> wrote:

    On 02/04/2009 07:27 AM, David Kaylor wrote:

        On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 3:21 AM, Sandy Armstrong
        <sanfordarmstrong gmail com <mailto:sanfordarmstrong gmail com>
        <mailto:sanfordarmstrong gmail com
        <mailto:sanfordarmstrong gmail com>>> wrote:

        On 02/03/2009 07:42 PM, David Kaylor wrote:


        I am packaging Tasque for Fedora and we seem to have developed a
        connecting to RTM with version 0.1.8 (0.1.7 still works). If I
        am not
        connected and click the "Click Here to Connect" link, Tasque
        just hangs.

        So when you click "Click Here to Connect", it's not trying to open
        an authentication page at


        No. It freezes before opening a new browser tab or window.

    Interesting... In Tasque 0.1.8, if your browser preferences are not
    set, the button text changes to "Set your default browser and try
    again" or something like that.

    What is the value of /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/http/command in GConf?

    Perhaps your browser is hanging, or something.


The key is set to "firefox %s". Normally, I would have Firefox running
already and a new tab would open but this doesn't happen The browser
behaves normally during and after Tasque crashes.

Something else I noticed that may be helpful: If I install 0.1.7,
everything works fine and ~/.config/tasque/preferences is created. If I
immediately upgrade to 0.1.8 after doing this, it skips the connection
process and seems to work fine. The next time it needs to connect
though, it will freeze.

That is helpful, but I don't yet know how. :-/

Ugh, well all we can conclude is that Tasque is having trouble opening the browser, and that none of the obvious causes are at fault. Can you file a bug for this as a reminder to look into it in more detail?


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