|Menu missing after Ubuntu upgrade (12.04 -> 12.10)||fisha...@gmail.com||9/1/12 5:21 AM|
After upgrading Ubuntu from 12.04LTS to 12.10alpha3, the menu bar in POEdit has disappeared.
All visible parts of the application function OK, but the menu bar has gone.
I tried both the "gnome3" shell, as well as "unity".
dpkg tells me I am running version 220.127.116.11.5.1build1
I tried building the source for 1.5.2, but this fails at the "./configure" stage, with the error
configure: error: C++ preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check
The config.log shows pages of errors, starting with
configure:3539: gcc -V >&5
gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-V'
The latest version of gcc does not have a "-V" option. However "gcc --version" shows that I have
gcc (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.7.1-7ubuntu1) 4.7.1 20120814 (prerelease)
So, I have two questions:
Is this likely to be a bug in POEdit, or in Gnome3
Where can I get binaries for the latest (1.5.2) version. They are not in the Ubuntu repositories.
|Re: Menu missing after Ubuntu upgrade (12.04 -> 12.10)||fisha...@gmail.com||9/1/12 5:45 AM|
On Saturday, September 1, 2012 1:21:50 PM UTC+1, (unknown) wrote:The config.log shows pages of errors, starting with
Ignore this. I'm not famiiar with configure error logs, and assumed the first error was fatal....
I have installed g++, wxwidget and boost. I can now configure/make the application, but it fails to run, giving hundreds of errors
(poedit:10125): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: g_object_unref: assertion `G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed
(poedit:10125): Gdk-CRITICAL **: IA__gdk_drawable_get_image: assertion `GDK_IS_DRAWABLE (drawable)' failed
(poedit:10125): Gdk-CRITICAL **: IA__gdk_image_get_colormap: assertion `GDK_IS_IMAGE (image)' failed
|Re: Menu missing after Ubuntu upgrade (12.04 -> 12.10)||Václav Slavík||9/1/12 9:35 AM|
As you observed, the problem is clearly in the updated Ubuntu version, hence the place to complain would be at Ubuntu bug tracker, not here. I assume that Ubuntu folks warn non-developers to not use something clearly labeled as "alpha", too.
Neither. It's likely some re-introduced bug in Ubuntu's patches to GTK+ (it happened in the past) and you should report it -- to Ubuntu.
I do not provide binaries for Linux distributions, they generally make a better job of it on their own.