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Glade 3.18.1 Released!
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Juan Pablo Ugarte
2014-03-26 20:56:03 UTC
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Glade 3.18.1 is the first bugfix release in the series with the main purpose
of fixing a build error in 32 bit systems.

Thanks to Kalev Lember for spotting this issue right away!

This version of Glade depends on GTK+ 3.12.0, targets GTK+ >= 3.0 and
is parallel installable with Glade 3.8 in case you also need to
work with GTK+2 projects.

What is Glade?
============
Glade is a RAD tool to enable quick & easy development of user interfaces
for the GTK+ 3 toolkit and the GNOME desktop environment.

The user interfaces designed in Glade are saved as XML and these can be loaded
by applications dynamically as needed by using GtkBuilder or used directly to
define a new GtkWidget derived object class using Gtk+ new template feature.

By using GtkBuilder, Glade XML files can be used in numerous programming
languages including C, C++, C#, Vala, Java, Perl, Python,and others.

============
Glade 3.18.1
============

- Fixed Bug 727014 "32 bit builds fail with -Werror=format-security"
- GtkDialog: disabled use-header-bar property untill Glade supports GtkHeaderBar
- Fixed bug in numeric property editors (Box size)

UI translations:
===============
YunQiang Su (zh_CN)

Where can I get it ?
==================

http://download.gnome.org/sources/glade/3.18/

Direct Download
===============

https://download.gnome.org/sources/glade/3.18/glade-3.18.1.tar.xz (3.10M)
sha256sum: 9d5f141c4469a5a0a3f93fadb901b847030bc7318e80a8a6a0f09df7f194fc28

For more information on the Glade project see our home page
at http://glade.gnome.org/

Enjoy,
Juan Pablo






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Bertus Dries
2014-04-30 07:17:06 UTC
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I have some troubles in debugging a program in which I do use a glade file
for creating the GUI. The problem is the fact that I cannot find the reason
why the Do_Connect function fails. The normal reason I found was that the
names of the handlers in the glade file and in the program file are not
completely the same. I now have the problem that I introduced a new dialog
within an existing glade file with two buttons that have a "clicked"
activation. Afterwards I did not pass the Do_Connect routine but when I made
sure the handler names were the same by a copy/paste operation it still did
not work. My problem is that I cannot find a way to get the the program to
tell me what creates the trouble. At this moment I have stripped all events
from the glade file and commented all register handlers out but the programs
still stops at the do_connect routine. Icannot enter the routine with the
GPS debugger, so what is the best way to handle the problem. Starting all
over again in a program of several thousands of program lines is certainly
not the best way.

L. Dries

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Juan Pablo Ugarte
2014-04-30 15:03:13 UTC
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Post by Bertus Dries
I have some troubles in debugging a program in which I do use a glade file
for creating the GUI. The problem is the fact that I cannot find the reason
why the Do_Connect function fails. The normal reason I found was that the
names of the handlers in the glade file and in the program file are not
completely the same. I now have the problem that I introduced a new dialog
within an existing glade file with two buttons that have a "clicked"
activation. Afterwards I did not pass the Do_Connect routine but when I made
sure the handler names were the same by a copy/paste operation it still did
not work. My problem is that I cannot find a way to get the the program to
tell me what creates the trouble. At this moment I have stripped all events
from the glade file and commented all register handlers out but the programs
still stops at the do_connect routine. Icannot enter the routine with the
GPS debugger, so what is the best way to handle the problem. Starting all
over again in a program of several thousands of program lines is certainly
not the best way.
Hi you need to be a little more specific about your environment,
which language are you using?
Its better to refer to the language binding documentation to know
exactly how your functions/method map in builder handler names

BTW, is there any output in the console when you run your program?

cheers

JP

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Bertus Dries
2014-04-30 15:23:36 UTC
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JP,

I am using Windows 7 and am programming in Ada. and I am using Glade 3.14.2.

In the Debugger console of GPS 2013 the following Is presented
(gdb) run
Starting program: E:\ada\project\ConvertCtoAda\ConvertCtoAda.exe
[New Thread 7924.0x1600]
[New Thread 7924.0x1460]
[New Thread 7924.0xbd4]
[New Thread 7924.0x1574]
[Inferior 1 (process 7924) exited with code 01]

The code up to the position where the "error" occurred is

procedure Init is
Object : GObject;
begin
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Step 1: create a Builder and add the XML data,
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Gtk_New (Builder);
nr_Error := Add_From_File (Builder, "ConvertCtoAda.glade",
Error'Access);
if Error /= null then
answer := Message_Dialog( Msg => "Error : " & Get_Message
(Error),
Buttons => Button_OK,
Title => "Error");
Error_Free (Error);
return;
end if;
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Step 2: add calls to "Register_Handler" to associate your
-- handlers with your callbacks.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "main_quit", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Window_Destroy'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_New", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_New'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Open", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Open'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Save", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Save'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Save_As", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Save_As'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Print", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Print'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Quit", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Quit'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Cut", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Cut'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "Copy_Activate", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Copy'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Paste", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Paste'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Delete", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Delete'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Show_Inter_Buffer", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Show_Inter_Buffer'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_About_Activate", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Help_About'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Inter_Buffer_OK", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Interbuffer_OK'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Inter_Buffer_Print", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Interbuffer_Print'Access);
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Step 3: call Do_Connect. Once to connect all registered handlers
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Do_Connect (Builder); -- The program does not return from this
function.

I checked as good as I could the case sensitive handler names and have all
names copied from the glade program.
Sorry, but I did not mention the programming language because I think it has
little to do with the problem. What I would like is a debugging tool that
could specify where the problem is.


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
From: Juan Pablo Ugarte
Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 5:03 PM
To: Bertus Dries
Cc: glade-***@lists.ximian.com ; gtk-devel-***@gnome.org ;
glade-***@lists.ximian.com
Subject: Re: [Glade-users] Program debugging in GPS 2013
Post by Bertus Dries
I have some troubles in debugging a program in which I do use a glade file
for creating the GUI. The problem is the fact that I cannot find the reason
why the Do_Connect function fails. The normal reason I found was that the
names of the handlers in the glade file and in the program file are not
completely the same. I now have the problem that I introduced a new dialog
within an existing glade file with two buttons that have a "clicked"
activation. Afterwards I did not pass the Do_Connect routine but when I made
sure the handler names were the same by a copy/paste operation it still did
not work. My problem is that I cannot find a way to get the the program
to
tell me what creates the trouble. At this moment I have stripped all events
from the glade file and commented all register handlers out but the programs
still stops at the do_connect routine. Icannot enter the routine with the
GPS debugger, so what is the best way to handle the problem. Starting all
over again in a program of several thousands of program lines is certainly
not the best way.
Hi you need to be a little more specific about your environment,
which language are you using?
Its better to refer to the language binding documentation to know
exactly how your functions/method map in builder handler names

BTW, is there any output in the console when you run your program?

cheers

JP

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Bertus Dries
2014-05-01 06:15:10 UTC
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I just found the problem. By downloading XML Notepad I could just put GPS
2013 and XML Notepad beside each other and I found the problem. I don't
think I would have found it by just searching in Glade and/or GPS 2013
together. It would be a good idea to create in glade a list of all the
signals in a project and creating an error message within Do_Connect which
signal is the problem.

L. Dries

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From: Bertus Dries
Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 5:23 PM
To: Juan Pablo Ugarte
Cc: gtk-devel-***@gnome.org ; glade-***@lists.ximian.com ;
glade-***@lists.ximian.com
Subject: Re: [Glade-users] Program debugging in GPS 2013

JP,

I am using Windows 7 and am programming in Ada. and I am using Glade 3.14.2.

In the Debugger console of GPS 2013 the following Is presented
(gdb) run
Starting program: E:\ada\project\ConvertCtoAda\ConvertCtoAda.exe
[New Thread 7924.0x1600]
[New Thread 7924.0x1460]
[New Thread 7924.0xbd4]
[New Thread 7924.0x1574]
[Inferior 1 (process 7924) exited with code 01]

The code up to the position where the "error" occurred is

procedure Init is
Object : GObject;
begin
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Step 1: create a Builder and add the XML data,
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Gtk_New (Builder);
nr_Error := Add_From_File (Builder, "ConvertCtoAda.glade",
Error'Access);
if Error /= null then
answer := Message_Dialog( Msg => "Error : " & Get_Message
(Error),
Buttons => Button_OK,
Title => "Error");
Error_Free (Error);
return;
end if;
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Step 2: add calls to "Register_Handler" to associate your
-- handlers with your callbacks.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "main_quit", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Window_Destroy'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_New", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_New'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Open", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Open'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Save", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Save'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Save_As", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Save_As'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Print", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Print'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Quit", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_File_Quit'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Cut", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Cut'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "Copy_Activate", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Copy'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Paste", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Paste'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Delete", -- from XML file <signal handler=..>
Handler => On_Edit_Delete'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Show_Inter_Buffer", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Show_Inter_Buffer'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_About_Activate", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Help_About'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Inter_Buffer_OK", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Interbuffer_OK'Access);
Register_Handler
(Builder => Builder,
Handler_Name => "On_Inter_Buffer_Print", -- from XML file <signal
handler=..>
Handler => On_Interbuffer_Print'Access);
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Step 3: call Do_Connect. Once to connect all registered handlers
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Do_Connect (Builder); -- The program does not return from this
function.

I checked as good as I could the case sensitive handler names and have all
names copied from the glade program.
Sorry, but I did not mention the programming language because I think it has
little to do with the problem. What I would like is a debugging tool that
could specify where the problem is.


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
From: Juan Pablo Ugarte
Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 5:03 PM
To: Bertus Dries
Cc: glade-***@lists.ximian.com ; gtk-devel-***@gnome.org ;
glade-***@lists.ximian.com
Subject: Re: [Glade-users] Program debugging in GPS 2013
Post by Bertus Dries
I have some troubles in debugging a program in which I do use a glade file
for creating the GUI. The problem is the fact that I cannot find the reason
why the Do_Connect function fails. The normal reason I found was that the
names of the handlers in the glade file and in the program file are not
completely the same. I now have the problem that I introduced a new dialog
within an existing glade file with two buttons that have a "clicked"
activation. Afterwards I did not pass the Do_Connect routine but when I made
sure the handler names were the same by a copy/paste operation it still did
not work. My problem is that I cannot find a way to get the the program to
tell me what creates the trouble. At this moment I have stripped all events
from the glade file and commented all register handlers out but the programs
still stops at the do_connect routine. Icannot enter the routine with the
GPS debugger, so what is the best way to handle the problem. Starting all
over again in a program of several thousands of program lines is certainly
not the best way.
Hi you need to be a little more specific about your environment,
which language are you using?
Its better to refer to the language binding documentation to know
exactly how your functions/method map in builder handler names

BTW, is there any output in the console when you run your program?

cheers

JP

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Juan Pablo Ugarte
2014-05-02 00:13:46 UTC
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Post by Bertus Dries
I just found the problem. By downloading XML Notepad I could just put GPS
2013 and XML Notepad beside each other and I found the problem. I don't
think I would have found it by just searching in Glade and/or GPS 2013
together. It would be a good idea to create in glade a list of all the
signals in a project and creating an error message within Do_Connect which
signal is the problem.
You need to file a bug in Ada bindings then, it should print an error
message if it can not find a signal handler.

cheers

Juan Pablo


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