toy.raymond at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 12:26:15 EDT 2011
On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 6:21 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull <stephen at xemacs.org>wrote:
> Raymond Toy writes:
> > Also, with the latest build, I'm now getting this message whenever I
> > Warning: XtRemoveGrab asked to remove a widget not on the list
> > Just run xemacs -vanilla and press C-x C-c to exit. XEmacs exits and
> > out the warning.
> I don't think anything has changed with respect to X protocol
> handling, although since Emacs windows are manipulated in Lisp there
> could be a relationship to any of the recent changes to byte compiling
> and so on.
I don't think I have the recent byte-compiling changes, but I don't know for
> In the past, this seems to be related to particular window managers,
> or maybe user usage patterns. Have you upgraded / changed anything
> related to X? What is your window manager, operating system.
I have not changed anything X-related, but there is some kind of managed
updating system that could have. I'm running on Ubuntu 10.04 using whatever
the stock window manager is for Gnome.
I'm going to blame this particular system. I didn't have customize crashes
on either my mac or openSuSE system. There's no X errors or XtRemoveGrab
errors on those systems either. (But I'm not 100% sure right now that I'm
using exactly the same version of xemacs.)
Perhaps if it is a code change, I might find something when I'm doing the
search for the change that fixed the customize crash I was having.
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