[Gambas-user] tracking down toolkit erors
brian at westwoodsvcs.com
Sun Aug 8 03:37:09 CEST 2021
Bruce replace your _new with this code
Extern dup2(OldFD As Integer, newfd As Integer) In "libc:6"
Static Dummy As File
Static Public Sub _init()
dummy = Open "/dev/null" For Write
Should give you what you want without all the fiddle
"Failure is the key to success;
each mistake teaches us something" .. Morihei Ueshiba
----- On Aug 7, 2021, at 12:39 PM, Bruce Steers <bsteers4 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Aug 2021 at 20:34, Bruce Steers < [ mailto:bsteers4 at gmail.com |
> bsteers4 at gmail.com ] > wrote:
>> On Wed, 4 Aug 2021 at 00:53, < [ mailto:jose.rodriguez at cenpalab.cu |
>> jose.rodriguez at cenpalab.cu ] > wrote:
>>> August 3, 2021 2:29 PM, "Bruce Steers" < [
>>> mailto:bsteers4 at gmail.com?to=%22Bruce%20Steers%22%20%3Cbsteers4 at gmail.com%3E |
>>> bsteers4 at gmail.com ] > wrote:
>>>> I have this program i'm developing that was starting and stopping cleanly then i
>>>> recently added some controls and did various other things and now it says this
>>>> when it starts...
>>>> (Desktop-ish:12906): Gtk-WARNING **: 16:29:25.336: Theme parsing error:
>>>> <data>:1:15: Expected a valid selectorIs there a way to track down what's
>>>> causing it?
>>> GTK has always output loads of different errors with many programs (not gambas
>>> ones, I mean), when run in a terminal. People say it depends on the current
>>> theme and whatnot...
>> Indeed, Pluma was always my texteditor of choice and that used to pump out loads
>> of warnings.
>> (but now of course i use my own editor i wrote with gambas that has all those
>> cool Texteditor features ;) )
>> Would be great to be able to catch the warnings though.
>> Either a way to track what exactly is causing them or just suppress the
> so best answer i have so far is this "hack"...
> Uses gb.args
> if the arg -q or --quiet is given then before the app loads it launches itself
> with any and all args plus "2>/dev/null" to redirect the error output and an
> additional arg -s.
> when the 2nd run instance quits the 1st one that launched the second one also
> quits before it's even done anything.
> Public Sub _new()
> Dim bQuiet As Boolean = Args.Has("q", "quiet", "supress gtk error messages")
> If bQuiet Then bQuiet = (Args.Has("s", "supressed", "supressed gtk error
> warnings") == False)
> If bQuiet And File.In.IsTerm Then ' if we are not run from a terminal then no
> need for any of this
> Dim sRestOfargs As String = Args.All.Copy()
> ' the next 2 lines just handle if being run from the IDE and make Arg be
> executable name.
> If Not InStr(sRestOfargs, "/") Then sRestOfargs = Application.Path &/
> If File.Ext(sRestOfargs) <> "gambas" Then sRestOfargs &= ".gambas"
> sRestOfargs.Insert(["-s", "2>/dev/null"])
> Shell sRestOfargs.Join(" ")
> Attached is a simple test app
> It's a form with a tiny little TextArea in it, so small it produces warnings on
> my system when i move the mouse around the window...
> (Test:79673): Gdk-CRITICAL **: 20:26:58.775: gdk_window_is_visible: assertion
> 'GDK_IS_WINDOW (window)' failed
> Run with -q and all is quiet.
> ./Test.gambas -q
> Of course this method will suppress ANY error messages ,
> shell commands can be fixed by adding '>2&1'
> Shell "/run/mycommand 2>&1"
> that redirects error output to stdout and stdout is still showing
> Please somebody tell me there's a better way...
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