On Sat, 16 Oct 2010 15:50:23 -0600 pcr <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I used Seahorse version 2.30.1 from the command line today and saw > these messages in my > terminal; Are they important and could someone tell the developer for > me (I don't know how)? > > ~$ seahorse > ** Message: init gpgme version 1.2.0 > > (gnome-help:5094): Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_tool_button_new: assertion > `icon_widget == NULL || GTK_IS_MISC (icon_widget)' failed [etc] No real need to fear... this is... unforunately standard GLib/GTK assert(1==1) cruft from the idea that the console is useless. I see more of this when I fire up Iceweasel than anything -- Just tons of messages that dont mean anything other than "LIFE IS GOOD!" Try firing up Evolution or the GNOME panel... Its... scary what developers seem to think its a good idea to pummel stdout with. -- Morgan Gangwere PGP Key at http://indrora.homelinux.org/gpg_key.asc BOFH Excuse #954: Standard input using non-standard format.
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