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Re: [G-I] testresults using new gtk2-engines udeb

On Friday 13 October 2006 15:57, Loïc Minier wrote:
>    I'm afraid that warnings are always printed by default, I couldn't
>  find a way to turn them off without adding a special log handler.  :-/
>  (The relevant code is in glib/gmessages.c in glib2.0, and the doc is
>  at <http://developer.gnome.org/doc/API/2.0/glib/glib-running.html>.)

OK. If there is no acceptable way to turn them off, I guess we'll have to 
live with them. It's mostly that I'd like to avoid unnecessary BRs from 
users who see the errors and also give really meaningful errors a chance 
of actually being seen...

Let's see if your backporting attempts bring something.
BTW, are these messages also written to a logfile somewhere?

>  (Please let me know ahead of time if you need a gnome-themes udeb as
>  well, but it would be easier to grab a copy from the relevant files
>  and ship them in rootskel for now.)

Yes, shipping them in rootskel-gtk is what we were planning to do.

>  I'm not sure how you'll switch theme when someone wants the
>  accessibility mode of the installer, do you have a solution for this
>  already?  Will you generate a gtkrc in /etc?

We already have an implementation for that. Basic trigger is passing 
"theme=xxxx" at the boot prompt.


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