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TheMusorobert_ancell: Would you mind looking at some code I'm working on to add shortcut keys to some of the menu options in the accessibility menu for unity-greeter? It builds both in vala and C, but throws an assert at runtime. Have I missed anything? https://code.launchpad.net/~themuso/unity-greeter/add-a11y-shortcuts01:02
robert_ancellTheMuso, ok01:02
TheMusoI.e the greeter runs in test mode, but GTK throws an assert about the accel_group variable, which should be a GtkAccelGroup object.01:03
robert_ancellTheMuso, hmm, I don't know a lot about accelerators but it looks correct to me01:04
robert_ancellTheMuso, can you pastebin the error01:06
TheMusorobert_ancell: Yeah, I also see some other interesting asserts further down in this log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/834683/01:07
robert_ancellTheMuso, the first asserts are something broken in a recent GTK+ upload, the later stuff is the indicators being noisy01:09
robert_ancellit's the [+0.09s] CRITICAL: gtk_widget_add_accelerator: assertion `GTK_IS_ACCEL_GROUP (accel_group)' failed that's suspicious01:12
robert_ancellTheMuso, can you print out with %p the accel_group and check it was actually created?01:12
robert_ancellalso, as and aside you don't need to make the accel_group a class variable - just use var as it's only used inside that one method01:13
TheMusorobert_ancell: Do you mean just after calling gtk_accel_group_new?01:14
robert_ancellTheMuso, yup01:14
robert_ancellI see no reason why it wouldn't be valid01:14
robert_ancellbut worth checking01:14
TheMusoOk will do.01:14
TheMusoIts also worth noting that whenever I run unity-greeter in test mode, my keyboard layout gets changed for no reason.01:17
TheMusoThis is trunk of course.01:17
TheMusorobert_ancell: ok, its a non-zero value, accel_group = 0x7fd3e808310001:22
robert_ancellTheMuso, hmm, don't know - might be worth making a small test program and confirming that it works in the simple case or checking the generated C code to see if it's doing the right thing01:25
TheMusoThe C code looks ok, but I may fiddle with it anyway to see if I can get things working.01:26
TheMusoBut yeah a test program may be worth trying too.01:26
jonorobert_ancell, quick q: on multi-monitor I am seeing my wallpaper tiled when transitioning from LightDM to Unity - have you seen this issue before?01:48
robert_ancelljono, is it mirroring then switching to multi-display?02:17
jonorobert_ancell, yep02:17
robert_ancelljono, yeah, that's the current behaviour, but we want to sort that out02:17
jonoI think I filed a bug about this, I can't quite remember02:18
TheMusorobert_ancell: Ok, just wrote up a simple test app with a single menu, and menu item with an accelerator, and it works fine, no asserts...03:44
TheMusoSo its something to do with the unity-greeter code, and the only thing I can think of, is that its pointer related...03:44
TheMusoOr something is not passing through from one object/method to the other.03:45
TheMusoBut even that doesn't make sense.03:45
TheMusoTo be clear, the test app is in vala.03:45
TheMusoPerhaps some fresh eyes on my code will help. I'll ping Michael when I see him on next, probably tomorrow morning.03:48
robert_ancellyeah, weird03:49
TheMusoThanks anyway.03:49
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kenvandinejasoncwarner_, i just uploaded a fix for the ido bug, the white background in the sound menu04:36
kenvandinenot sure if it is a real fix or just masking the real problem... but it seems to work04:37
kenvandineDX really needs to find a maintainer for libido... and not me!04:37
kenvandinedobey, did you have any more fun with that branch?04:38
pittiGood morning04:39
pittidesrt: no, nessita's two fixes came after 3.1.004:39
pittidesrt: the env one didn't seem too important for me, so I didn't bother backporting it; if you need it, I can04:40
kenvandinegood morning pitti04:41
DBOkenvandine, rumor has it you may have experience doing async pixbuf loading04:53
kenvandineDBO, ha... well i have a working implementation04:54
DBOkenvandine, using?04:55
DBOkenvandine, you're not just using g_idle are you?04:55
kenvandinelook at the load_avatar_async function04:56
DBOare we looking at the same code?04:57
DBOno we are not04:57
DBOkenvandine, isn't new Gdk.Pixbuf.from_stream_at_scale more of a sync call...04:59
DBOkenvandine, it looks like what you have implemented is a deferred loader04:59
robert_ancellagateau, awake?04:59
kenvandineDBO, it's wrapped inside a async function05:05
kenvandineso not what you want05:05
DBOkenvandine, I can wrap an arbitrary call inside an async function05:06
DBOI was hoping more to see something loading a stream async and pumping that into a gdk_pixbuf_loader05:06
RAOFYou mean like a preloading filestream that you could pass into the loader?05:09
pittikenvandine: hm, empathy repeatably FTBFSes,  seems to miss x11-xcb; missing build dep?05:15
DBORAOF, im not sure what I want yet05:17
DBOI am more or less shopping for a solution05:17
DBOwindow shopping if you will05:17
kenvandinepitti, interesting, the build log does look like a missing build dep, but it builds on the other arches05:17
kenvandinePackage 'x11-xcb', required by 'egl', not found05:17
pittior bug in egl?05:17
RAOFDo the build logs span a mesa upload?05:18
DBOuhg, so many worthless things done on startup in unity05:18
kenvandinepitti, that is what i am thinking05:18
DBOI wish I had a way to benchmark the startup times05:18
jbichathe x11-xcb thing also affects gnome-games, cheese, & gnome-documents05:20
jbichaeverything clutter?05:20
kenvandinelooks like something on arm requires that which is missing a dep on x11-xcb05:20
RAOFYeah, looks like a mesa bug; egl Requires.private x11-xcb05:21
kenvandineRAOF, can you fix that?05:21
pittii. e. egl-dev should grow a depends: x11-xdb-dev?05:22
RAOFpitti: Yeah, seems like it.05:22
kenvandineon libx11-xcb-dev05:22
* RAOF wonders how hard it'd be to write a lintian check for underspecified -dev dependencies...05:45
pittiRAOF: running through Requires:/Requires.private, map through pkg-config, and map through dpkg -S?05:45
pittithat would be highly useful indeed05:46
pittiit's a very common cause of FTBFS05:46
RAOFIt seems reasonable to assume that all those packages are installed as a part of the build, so the dpkg -S route should work.05:47
pittiyes, otherwise it should be very hard to build the package in the first place05:49
RAOFOh.  I don't think that'd work in the case of sbuild's automatic post-build lintian run. :(05:51
jasoncwarner_kenvandine: sweet..will test! thanks :)05:56
kenvandinejasoncwarner_, just don't let anyone make me the upstream maintainer of ido05:57
jasoncwarner_kenvandine: wait, what? shoot..."UNDO SEND! UNDO SEND!"05:58
jasoncwarner_kenvandine: bedtime for you? getting to be 1am?05:58
kenvandinesoonish :)05:59
kenvandinemore hacking to do05:59
jasoncwarner_kenvandine: me too; this spreadsheet won't make itself!05:59
* jasoncwarner_ cries at spreadsheet hacking ;)05:59
kenvandinebetter you than me06:00
cyphermoxso, who here has a 3G dongle and want to see my crummy C code fail horribly?06:14
pitticyphermox: I still have one, although not used in ages06:16
pitticyphermox: that needs usb-modeswitch06:16
cyphermoxI'll be rolling out a package to test in a minute, if you could give it a shot06:17
cyphermoxI just spent 4 hours or so adapting all the last changes in usb_modeswitch_disabler^Wdispatcher to my C code06:18
cyphermoxalso, good morning pitti :)06:18
didrocksgood morning06:30
RAOFjbicha, kenvandine: Your egl build failures should be able to be given back once the new mesa's built.06:31
kenvandineRAOF, thx06:31
manishdidrocks: hey Didier. check the first comment https://bugs.launchpad.net/activity-log-manager/+bug/92894606:40
ubot2Launchpad bug 928946 in activity-log-manager "The .desktop.in files don't match with executable file name" [High,Confirmed]06:40
didrockshey manish, looking06:40
cyphermoxhey didrocks, good morning :)06:41
didrocksmanish: right, from dash, it's logicial06:41
didrocksmanish: but from gnome-control-center, it does, as I told you06:41
didrockshey cyphermox, how are you?06:41
cyphermoxtired :)06:41
manishbut I think the problem should be solved from all sides06:41
manishdidrocks: I am opening an ubuntu task on that bug06:42
didrocksmanish: indeed, but I told that can wait your next release if you are going to release today or tomorrow06:42
manishdidrocks: might release it on 13th06:43
manishsince the UI changes are not done completely06:43
didrocksmanish: that's good as well :)06:43
manishso is it fine that dash launching be broken so long?06:43
didrocksmanish: it's not installed by default06:45
didrocksmanish: and not really ready for wide consumption06:45
didrocks(seeing the number of debug message and warning on the console)06:46
didrocksso not that important, that can wait Monday06:46
manishdidrocks: seif fixed that debug issues06:47
manishnot installed by default? wasn't it supposed to be as per the blueprint?06:47
didrocksmanish: it will when:06:48
didrocks- there will be no debug06:48
didrocks- there will be no warning06:48
didrocks- we fixed the desktop thing06:48
manishokay. will be so on 13th release06:48
* kenvandine heads to bed, bbl07:29
tjaaltonmultiarchified libgnomeui, fixes gnucash07:55
pittitjaalton: GNOME 2 is alive!!!08:15
tjaaltonpitti: :)08:16
tjaaltonwell, gnucash setup wizard window was blank without this08:17
manishpitti: that was a joke or seriously?08:21
pittiSweetshark: any chance to get bug 917153 fixed soon? it causes upgrade failures all over the place08:21
ubot2Launchpad bug 917153 in libreoffice "failed to upgrade from oneiric to precise: /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/unopkg.bin: error while loading shared libraries: libicule.so.48: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/91715308:21
pittimanish: joke, of course; I alluded to tjaalton uploading libgnomeui *blowing off the dust*08:22
manishpitti: so when is bonobo getting uploaded? :P08:22
pittiwhen we finish porting it to vala and dbus08:22
manishbut i still miss GNOME 1.x, we should totally return back to it and make sure the desktop is like how it should be - unusable (stolen joke)08:23
tjaaltonso.. gst-plugins-good/bad merges.. -bad split the libs into a separate package, but we've moved them to -good. should -good do a similar split?08:37
tjaalton*moved some of them08:37
tjaaltonkinda silly though that the moves were done with the promise that upstream would move them too, but a year has passed..08:39
slomo_tjaalton: you moved the libraries to -good too? wtf?08:48
slomo_tjaalton: why are the libraries needed in -good too?08:49
tjaaltonslomo_: not moved anything08:49
tjaaltonslomo_: -bad is in universe, -good is in main08:49
slomo_tjaalton: and upstream would move the stuff if there would be someone to actually work on it and care enough... apparently none of the distributions care enough and the telepathy/empathy people don't care enough either08:50
tjaaltonslomo_: right..08:50
slomo_tjaalton: afaik you only moved some farsight/telepathy related plugins from -bad to -good because of this, i don't think the libraries would be needed for these plugins08:50
slomo_oh wait, you want gstreamer-vaapi in main, right? :)08:50
tjaaltonright now I'm just trying to do the merges08:51
tjaaltondunno if -vaapi needs to be in main or not, probably not08:51
slomo_so, if there's someone at ubuntu who would like to help to get the stuff moved to -good, i'd be happy to help :)08:51
tjaaltonlibgstbasecamerabinsrc and libgstphotography are the ones that have been moved to -good..08:52
tjaaltonof the libs08:53
slomo_oh, for camerabin2 which is used by cheese?08:53
tjaaltonno idea08:53
slomo_i think camerabin2 and these two libs are almost ready to be moved to -base/-good08:54
tjaaltonwould be nice08:54
tjaaltonso, what's needed?08:55
tjaaltonfor that to happen?08:55
slomo_tjaalton: someone to actually push for it, to make sure that all documentation is there is required, that there are unit tests (there are), that the API of the plugins and libraries make sense and can be kept stable for a long time08:55
tjaaltoni can move stuff arond, but can't say anything about the api issues08:59
pittihey seb12809:00
seb128hey pitti, wie gehts?09:00
pittiseb128: quite fine, thanks!09:00
slomo_tjaalton: moving the stuff around is actually the smallest problem, that's easy, there are even scripts for that ;)09:03
tjaaltonslomo_: right, I'm not up for the reset09:04
tjaaltonfrankly, this is getting way out of hand :)09:04
tjaaltonso I'm just inclined to do the merges now and leave it at that for now..09:07
slomo_tjaalton: ok09:10
pittiseb128: FYI, the pygobject backported fixes are in now09:20
seb128pitti, yeah, I noticed, that will make nessita happy, thanks ;-)09:21
seb128pitti, they just rolled a tarball with the 3 commits you backported ;-)09:21
pittiseb128: really: I saw 3.0.409:21
pittibut we'd need a 3.1.109:22
seb128oh right09:22
seb128I didn't look into details just saw the email on the ftp list09:22
seb128grrrr, hate webkit hate hate09:22
seb128"collect2: ld terminated with signal 9 [Killed]09:24
seb128libtool: install: error: relink `libwebkitgtk-1.0.la' with the above command before installing it09:24
seb128make[3]: *** [install-libLTLIBRARIES] Error 1"09:24
seb128that's how the ppa amd64 build failed after 10 hours build09:24
chrisccoulsonhi seb128 ;)09:24
seb128hey chrisccoulson09:24
seb128chrisccoulson, how are you?09:25
seb128chrisccoulson, still don't want to take on webkit for me? ;-)09:25
chrisccoulsonseb128, yeah, not too bad thanks. how are you?09:25
seb128I was good until getting that webkit email :p09:25
chrisccoulsonno, firefox and thunderbird are enough for me ;)09:25
Sweetsharkpitti: will be fixed with the next release (3.5.0 final)09:53
pittiSweetshark: ah, when is that due?09:54
Sweetsharkpitti: upstream? ~this week09:55
Sweetsharkpitti: 3.5.0 rc3 is expected to be final really (and is out), but ssshh, you didnt hear that from me ....09:56
Chipacamorning all10:07
Chipacaupdated, and now chromium-browser throws a segfault, but not when I strace it10:08
seb128what did you update?10:08
Chipacaohidunno :)10:09
seb128did you try running it in gdb to get a stracktrace?10:09
Chipacaah, it's not every time. twice in a row it worked, there.10:09
Chipacagoing for gdb10:09
Chipacaseb128: 20 times it started ok within gdb10:11
seb128does it print anything on stdout when it errors out without gdb?10:11
Chipacathree times it worked ok without gdb, the fourth, segfault10:12
Chipaca$ chromium-browser10:12
ChipacaSegmentation fault (core dumped)10:12
seb128no apport catching it?10:12
seb128that's going to be fun to debug10:12
seb128can you check /var/log/apport.log10:13
Chipacathis executable already crashed 2 times, ignoring10:14
Chipacaand it looks like i've got something in /var/crash about chromium10:14
seb128Chipaca, ok, report it? i.e run ubuntu-bug on it10:21
seb128Chipaca, or if it's too much to upload you can apport-unpack the file and look at Stacktrace in the unpacked directory10:21
Chipacaseb128: i'll do the unpack thing anyway, but reporting should be doable10:22
seb128pitti, \o/ gzip bug fixed!10:28
pittiseb128: yeah, indeed! I reverted the workaround in gtk+2.0 bzr this morning10:29
pittiI figure we can revert a few more10:29
seb128yeah, I will look at that10:29
seb128probably no need to upload but undo the workaround in the vcses10:29
tjaaltonslomo_: btw, debian bug 657011: drop libmusicbrainz4-dev from the build-deps10:41
ubot2Debian bug 657011 in gst-plugins-bad0.10 "gst-plugins-bad0.10: Please drop the build-dependency on libmusicbrainz4-dev" [Important,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/65701110:41
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tjaaltonslomo_: so.. scripts for moving stuff around? that might help me with the merge, probably a good idea to update the moved plugins..11:24
slomo_tjaalton: it's just something to extract all git commits for a number of directories/files and import them into another git repository11:25
slomo_tjaalton: nothing that would help you in your case unfortunately11:25
tjaaltonslomo_: ok, I'll just copy & create a patch from it11:32
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glatzorpitti, hello13:24
pittihello glatzor, wie gehts?13:25
glatzorpitti, I just looked at your bug from yesterday13:25
glatzorpitti, fine and yourself13:25
glatzorpitti, http://paste.ubuntu.com/835187/13:25
pittiquite well, thanks!13:25
pittiglatzor: I tried to set error_handler in the ctor13:25
pittiglatzor: brilliant, thank you!13:26
glatzorpitti, the gtk3 api of the dialog isn't very nice. the run() method should really fake a nested main loop and iterate the mainloop itself13:26
glatzorif it is caled synchronously13:27
tjaaltonseb128: objections if I split the shared libs & dev files from gst-plugins-good like I did for -bad?13:37
seb128tjaalton, is slomo_,Debian going to follow you on that?13:37
seb128tjaalton, I would like to stay close from Debian13:38
tjaaltonseb128: probably, once the libs are moved upstream from -bad to -good13:38
seb128tjaalton, btw if you work on it could you also update to the current version? ;-)13:38
slomo_seb128: no, there are no libraries in -good (and never will upstream)13:38
tjaaltonslomo_: uhm?13:38
tjaaltonso why are we moving these tehn13:38
slomo_tjaalton: the libraries will be in -base13:38
tjaaltonslomo_: ah gotcha13:38
tjaaltonin that case I won't split them13:39
tjaaltonseb128: I've merged the experimental version yes13:39
slomo_well, you need to... where would you put the headers otherwise?13:39
seb128tjaalton, well, here is the deal, if you add diff over debian you win the maintainship of that source, i.e you will do the merges on debian when new versions come ;-)13:39
tjaaltonand copied the new versions from -bad13:39
tjaaltonslomo_: they are not shipped currently13:40
tjaaltonjust the libs with -plugins-good13:40
slomo_seb128: i don't think this rule is that strict ;) otherwise there always would've been someone to merge with debian after you moved the plugins and libraries13:40
slomo_tjaalton: ok, fine then13:40
tjaaltonlibgstbasecamerabinsrc and libgstphotography13:40
tjaaltonanyway, I'll keep it on my local branch if ever needed13:41
tjaaltonslomo_: btw, typo in -bad control.in, the lib short description is the same as for -dev :)13:43
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didrocksdear pitti, can https://launchpad.net/~didrocks/+archive/ppa/+build/3198709 get some priority bump? I think that it really deserves it if possible :)14:03
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pittididrocks: done14:04
didrockspitti: thanks :)14:04
pittididrocks: that was the i386 build, though, ok?14:04
pittiI'd assume that most developer folks run 64 bit14:04
didrockspitti: not me though ;)14:04
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pittiseb128: I'm on holiday tomorrow; would you happen to have time to do the release meeting stuff?14:14
seb128pitti, yes, can do14:15
pittiseb128: merci beaucoup14:15
seb128pitti, did you update the status page?14:15
pittiseb128: no, not yet14:15
pittiI usually do it Friday morning, but I can do it now if you want14:15
seb128pitti, will you do it or should I add that to my todo for tomorrow?14:15
pittiit's just getting a bit tight14:16
seb128pitti, if you have time and want to do it you are welcome to do so14:16
pittimeeting at 15:30, then I need to run out soon after14:16
seb128otherwise I will do it, or finish what you didn't do tomorrow14:16
pittiseb128: I'll start on it now14:16
kenvandinehey seb128, remember you were going to look at why we can't load g-c-c panels that are hidden with the desktop file?14:23
kenvandinelike in unity, gnome-control-center sound14:24
kenvandineshould load the old sound panel14:24
kenvandineseb128, good morning btw :)14:24
seb128kenvandine, hey, yes, it's still on my list, was not very high though14:24
kenvandineseb128, well i am about to upload the goa change14:25
kenvandinelike today14:25
seb128kenvandine, do we need the goa dialog to be called under unity?14:26
seb128kenvandine, thinking about it I'm unsure that's a good idea to make that14:26
seb128kenvandine, it means the "all settings" would take you back to a screen which doesn't list the capplet you were using14:27
kenvandinewe do14:27
kenvandineempathy-accounts calls it14:27
kenvandineit will only happen for upgraders that created the account with goa14:28
pittiseb128: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DesktopTeam/ReleaseStatus updated14:28
seb128pitti, thanks14:29
pittiseb128: perhaps you can give it an once-over tomorrow, in case some more things change14:29
seb128pitti, will do14:29
pittiseb128: tomorrow morning, can you please send a mail like https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-release/2012-January/000654.html ?14:29
seb128pitti, ok14:29
pittiseb128: sorry, no, like https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-release/2012-February/000790.html14:29
pittithe format changed a bit (release note delta, etc.)14:29
pittiseb128: meeting is at 17:00 CET as usual, but now much quicker these days14:30
pitti(basically, just answering questions, no report pasting, etc.)14:30
seb128I like that ;-)14:31
ogra_hmm, is it normal that .jpg files automatically are associated with gwibber instead of the image viewer ?14:32
seb128ogra_, no, is that specific to your user?14:34
seb128 14:34
seb128bug 92938414:34
ubot2Launchpad bug 929384 in nvidia-graphics-drivers "nvidia drivers broken by the recent libc update" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/92938414:34
ogra_havent tried yet, since i was busy filing a nautilus bug (nautilus crashes if i try to change the file association in "preferences")14:34
seb128don't upgrade your precise libc if you are on nvidia binary drivers14:35
ogra_heh, well, i'm on arm14:35
seb128ogra_, can you give me the bug number for the nautilus issue when you have it?14:35
ogra_(using nvidia drivers, but thats quite different from the x86 ones)14:35
ogra_one sec14:35
seb128ogra_, also check your .local/share/applications/mimetypes.list14:35
dobeykenvandine: didn't futz with it any more yet really. though pondering just switching it to use something else instead14:37
ogra_seb128, bug 92955714:37
seb128ogra_, thanks, waiting on the retracers14:38
kenvandinedobey, something else?14:38
ogra_not sure there are armel retracers14:38
ogra_seb128, hmm, indeed i have "image/jpeg=gwibber.desktop" in there, i wonder how that happened, i havent used gwibber ever in my life14:39
dobeykenvandine: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntuone-control-tower/ubuntu-sso-client/trunk/view/head:/ubuntu_sso/utils/txsecrets.py14:39
* ogra_ doesnt have a twitter account or anything14:39
seb128ogra_, there used to be a bug in oneiric which would do that14:39
seb128ogra_, when opening the control center system infos14:39
seb128ogra_, but is it possible that you had the bug since oneiric and didn't notice before?14:39
ogra_likely, i havent opened jpegs in ages14:40
* ogra_ removes the line14:40
dobeykenvandine: though since it's designed for twisted, i guess it might not work as well in gwibber14:40
ogra_hmm, looking at these associations, banshee doesnt clean up after itself either14:41
ogra_oh, i dont even have a nautilus icon in my launcher anymore (nor a desktop) ...14:42
* ogra_ logs in newly14:42
kenvandinedobey, interesting... we could create a simple wrapper to just use dbus though right?14:42
kenvandinedobey, you should go to #gwibber14:43
ogra_k, desktop is back, jpegs are opened by image viewer by default again ...14:45
ogra_but there is no home icon in my launcher14:45
ogra_and the "top left corner" setting for unity-2d doesnt switch off "edge" it seems14:46
ogra_isnt it an "either or" thing ?14:46
ogra_seb128, oh, and thanks ! ;)14:46
seb128ogra_, yw14:47
ogra_hmm, actually "top left corner" doesnt seem to have any effect14:47
kenvandinedobey, are you going to be the package maintainer for the video lens when it lands?  i assume it'll go in your package set for u114:53
dobeykenvandine: not afaik. i understood it would fall onto dx14:55
kenvandinedobey, but your team is writing it :)14:55
kenvandineso maybe you will just hand it off14:55
jbichagood morning15:09
seb128hey jbicha, how are you?15:10
jbichaseb128: doing good15:10
jbichaseb128: could you sync itstool? the new version makes xml warnings non-fatal so ubuntu-docs won't FTBFS15:11
seb128jbicha, done15:15
kenvandinepitti, btw... congrats on GNOME membership!15:16
pittikenvandine: thanks!15:16
pittigood night everyone, have a nice weekend!15:28
pittiseb128: thanks for covering for me tomorrow15:29
seb128pitti, yw, have a nice w.e!15:29
pittiI'll check mail again tomorrow morning, I'm not leaving until ~ 11 am15:29
kenvandinehumm, so the MIR for dbus-test-runner is fix released, i know it'll go into main when something depends on it in main15:38
kenvandinebut what if something only needs it as a build depends?15:38
tkamppeterjasoncwarner_, hi15:39
seb128tkamppeter, it's 3am for him, I doubt he's online15:39
seb128kenvandine, that's fine, it will show on component mismatch15:40
tkamppeterseb128, sorry, I forgot.15:40
kenvandineseb128, cool15:40
achianghello, launcher autohide seems to be broken. known issue?16:18
seb128how broken?16:18
seb128the smart hidding code got dropped from trunk if you daily builds16:19
seb128you only have always hidden and always displayed now16:19
achiangif i maximize an application (which i do with xchat, browser, etc. on my 12" laptop screen) the launcher doesn't hide and overlays it16:19
achiangtrés annoying16:20
seb128hum, no, that seems a bug16:20
seb128does it happen all the time?16:20
seb128seems a compiz stacking issue16:20
seb128what version do you use?16:20
achiangdo i need to install ccsm? ;)16:20
achiangwhich version of what? unity?16:21
achiangor compiz?16:21
seb128do you use precise or ppa builds?16:22
seb128you can change the autohidding behaviour in the control-center16:22
achiangcompiz                                 1:0.9.6+bzr20110929-0ubuntu816:22
seb128the appearance capplet, second tab16:22
achiangunity                                  5.2.0-0ubuntu316:22
achiangi did change the autohide using the appearance capplet, that was my workaround16:23
achiangi turned it on16:23
achiangbut now, when i am on a desktop without a maximized window, the launcher still does not appear16:23
seb128that's the wanted behaviour16:23
seb128you have choice between always hidden or always displayed16:23
seb128you need to display it with the mouse or with super key16:24
achiangwait, so the behavior i just described is or is not a bug?16:24
achiangabout maximizing a window, but launcher still displayed... is that a bug or intended?16:24
seb128read https://lists.launchpad.net/unity-design/msg07665.html16:24
seb128it's a bug16:25
seb128I can't confirm it here on precise, gedit and f11, gedit goes over the launcher for me16:25
seb128the fact that the launcher is not displayed on an empty workspace though is not a bug16:25
seb128it's always hidden if you active that option16:26
achiangok, that is fine16:26
achiangi am more concerned about the first case: maximize window, launcher is on top16:26
seb128I can't confirm that one16:27
seb128that is a buggy anyway16:27
achiangbut actually, reading mark's mail, it seems like that is supposed to happen too?16:27
seb128you should report it against unity16:27
seb128well, here if I run gedit and press f11 I only see gedit16:27
seb128no launcher16:27
achiangit seems like sabdfl says that "they maximise a window, and the launcher "disappears". To these users, the behaviour is deeply uncomfortable, random."16:27
seb128hold on16:28
seb128do you use autohide or always on screen?16:28
achiangto me, the intended behavior is launcher is always there? seb128, maybe *you* have the bug then. ;)16:28
seb128if you use always on screen it's always on screen16:28
seb128I though you said you turned autohide on16:28
seb128but yeah, by default the launcher is always there16:28
seb128even if you maximize something16:28
achiangok, i think i was confusing, i apologize, let me start over16:29
achiangautohide: off; maximize window; launcher is still there16:29
seb128yes, wanted16:29
achiangautohide: on; launcher is not there; maximize window, no launcher; push cursor hard against edge, launcher appears, release cursor, launcher hides16:30
seb128that seems about right ;-)16:30
achiangok, so not a bug, intended behavior. got it, thanks16:30
seb128sorry for the confusion16:31
achiang(is that how the os x dock behaves too?) ;)16:31
seb128I think if you read mark's email he has all the details16:31
seb128(dunno, could be ;-)16:31
achiangok, now i just have to deal with a buggy mouse cursor that's been driving me nuts for 2 weeks now. :-/16:31
achiangseb128: thanks for the help, much appreciated16:31
seb128you're welcome16:31
desrtDBO: daily bamf poke16:36
DBOdesrt, ouch16:36
desrtDBO: indeed.16:37
desrtDBO: updated eta?16:42
desrtpitti: good morning16:43
Sarvattanyone around with a busted nvidia system after updates? i just uploaded an nvidia package here that one person says works after the updates but could use more confirmation and i dont have any nvidia machines https://launchpad.net/~sarvatt/+archive/nvidia -- it will take a few more minutes to get published though16:43
DBOdesrt, trying to get you one16:45
desrtDBO: thanks16:46
cyphermoxSarvatt: with updates circa when? I'm pretty sure I updated my desktop at home yesterday, and things were still working; but now it's going to be hard to try another update and test this since i'm not at home and my PC is off16:47
Sarvattcyphermox: libc6 2.15~pre6-0ubuntu10 at least16:47
seb128cyphermox, did you get the new libc already yesterday?16:48
cyphermoxseb128: I don't know, I updated that system, didn't get things breaking -- I didn't really pay attention to the packages :)16:49
seb128cyphermox, did you reboot after the updates?16:49
seb128cyphermox, well the new libc got published like 10 hours ago, so you might not have got it16:49
cyphermoxno, I would not16:49
cyphermoxI would have updated ~ 24 hours ago16:50
seb128ok, so you didn't get it ;-)16:50
seb128mterry, hey16:50
cyphermoxI can possibly test this if I can manage to remotely boot that system16:50
mterryseb128, hello16:50
seb128mterry, dunno if you saw but gtk updates, broke somewhat deja-dup theming16:50
seb128mterry, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/light-themes/+bug/92912816:51
ubot2Launchpad bug 929128 in deja-dup "deja-dup backup window is white on lightgrey, white text on white background in details" [High,Confirmed]16:51
mterryseb128, yeah  :-/  Didn't think it was something on my side, but let me fully read that bug16:51
seb128mterry, Cimi seems to think deja-dup is doing something weird, it's broken with adwaita as well it seems16:51
mterryseb128, ah, interesting16:51
seb128mterry, Cimi thinks all your widget are in selected state for some reason16:51
seb128mterry, well anyway I just wanted to poing the bug in case you didn't see it16:52
mterryseb128, yeah, thanks.  But that's a post-FF issue.  ;)16:52
seb128indeed ;-)16:52
* mterry just realized that accountsservice can expose all the keyboard layouts a user has configured, so we can avoid the *giant* list of layouts in the greeter drop down and display those16:53
mterrySo I'm working to change my patches to lightdm and friends16:53
seb128mterry, nice ;-)16:56
seb128\o/ webkit built in the ppa, victory!16:56
seb128well on amd64 that's it ;-)16:57
seb128i386 still going16:57
achiangkenvandine: ugh. are you seeing empathy hangs while chatting via gtalk today?17:26
kenvandineachiang, i just noticed that17:29
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s9iper1kenvandine: ping17:54
BigWhaleLatest update broke something17:54
BigWhale"Failed to load session 'ubuntu'"17:55
BigWhaleis this just me?17:55
kenvandineBigWhale, are you using nvidia?17:56
kenvandines9iper1, pong17:56
BigWhalekenvandine, fglrx17:56
BigWhaleX crashed so badly after an update that I had to power cycle17:57
kenvandinethe latest libc upload seemed to be breaking people17:57
BigWhalenow lightdm is refusing to let me in17:57
dobeywhoever broke nvidia today; why did you do it. grr17:57
kenvandineSarvatt, do you know if it effects fglrx users too?17:57
s9iper1kenvandine: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/empathy/+bug/92875517:57
ubot2Launchpad bug 928755 in empathy "empathy crashed with SIGSEGV in tp_proxy_poll_features()" [Medium,Incomplete]17:57
dobeyi wants mah pixels on17:58
BigWhalekenvandine, well lightdm is up and working17:58
BigWhaledobey, you can take my pixels ... they are all dark :>17:59
Sarvattkenvandine: no clue honestly but it could, from what i've seen in the reports the eglibc bustage  only affects i386 and amd64 is fine17:59
s9iper1kenvandine i guess its due to lib proxy this one see  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libproxy/+bug/54710617:59
ubot2Launchpad bug 547106 in libproxy "Please upgrade libproxy to 0.4.x" [High,Triaged]17:59
dobeyBigWhale: yeah i have plenty of crystals sitting in the black state as it is. but it would be nice if that screen showed up in the displays dialog, and actually drew some stuff18:00
Sarvattkenvandine: no reports on launchpad about fglrx hitting the same bug18:00
Sarvattoh they'd be filed against nux, lessee18:01
kenvandines9iper1, no, that is unrelated18:03
BigWhalekenvandine, the nvidia bug isn't related to what hit me.18:07
BigWhaleat least it doesn't appear that way18:07
BigWhalelightdm is failing to load user session18:07
kenvandinethe nux script18:07
kenvandineto check if unity is supported is failing18:07
kenvandinei think that is what i heard anyway18:07
kenvandinethat happens when it tries the load the session18:08
kenvandinebut since it blows up, it aborts or something18:08
BigWhalehmm, program works18:11
kenvandineBigWhale, are you on i386?18:11
kenvandineor amd64?18:11
SarvattBigWhale: ~/.xsession-errors will tell you why18:11
kenvandineok, doesn't sound the same18:11
kenvandinei hadn't heard amd64 wasn't affected, i've been afraid to restart since i updated this morning18:12
BigWhalehmmm session ubuntu runable check failed18:13
BigWhaleexited with code 118:13
Sarvattkenvandine: well up to 3 people who haven't hit any issues on amd64 now, all of the bug reports are i386 so seems a safe assumption to me18:13
seb128hate hate hate18:16
seb128"collect2: ld terminated with signal 9 [Killed]"18:17
seb128that's how the i386 webkit build from today just failed18:17
seb128I'm not doing another one, no I'm not!18:18
seb128kenvandine, chrisccoulson: you are on amd64 right? can you pretty please try the ubuntu-desktop ppa build?18:18
seb128it did success on amd6418:18
seb128let me know if you can try if gwibber, software-center and shotwell still work18:18
seb128oh and maybe empathy18:18
seb128I will upload to the archive if they do18:18
seb128I'm tired to do 10 hours builds in the ppa to have the builder kill ld at the end because it's too slow :p18:19
seb128kenvandine, thanks a lot18:19
kenvandineseb128, indicator-appmenu with HUD is uploaded, depwait18:19
kenvandinefor dbus-test-runner18:19
seb128kenvandine, I can promote that ;-)18:19
seb128kenvandine, you got the mir approved right?18:20
kenvandinemterry, approved it during the rally18:20
kenvandineit is fix released18:20
seb128kenvandine, I will send mterry at your house if that's false :p18:20
kenvandinebug 89042818:21
ubot2Launchpad bug 890428 in dbus-test-runner "[MIR] dbus-test-runner" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/89042818:21
kenvandineseb128, tedg said there have been a couple of apport crash reports from PPA users but he wants retracer output for them18:22
kenvandineso tedg asked us to ping him ASAP if we get some18:23
kenvandinetedg promised to fix them right away :-D18:23
* kenvandine likes putting words in tedg 's mouth18:23
tedgHeh, not "right away" after apport has it's way with them :-)18:24
seb128kenvandine, tedg: ok18:24
tedgThough, if they're in the HUD service they'll be slow to come in as the only people activating it will be those with an unreleased Unity.18:25
kenvandinei love it when tedg voluntarily commits to fixing bugs18:25
kenvandineyeah, but at least the retracers will run when they do come18:25
tedgExactly, so we've got a few now, but they're basically useless :-/18:25
BigWhaleI fixed the fglrx bug18:28
kenvandineseb128, once you promote dbus-test-runner, do they have to wait for a publisher run?18:28
seb128kenvandine, yes, which is half an hour18:29
kenvandineBigWhale, how did you fix it?18:29
BigWhalekenvandine, the windows way ... I removed fglrx driver then installed it again with --force18:29
BigWhalebecause it was complaining that it didn't uninstall18:29
BigWhaleperhaps the driver was build against libc18:30
seb128tedg, I got those under valgrind, not sure if it's really an issue or due to libdbusmenu but I opened https://bugs.launchpad.net/dbusmenu/+bug/929707 let me know if that's the wrong place for the bug18:30
ubot2Launchpad bug 929707 in libdbusmenu "Syscall param socketcall.sendmsg(msg.msg_iov[i]) points to uninitialised byte(s)" [Undecided,New]18:30
seb128kenvandine, btw I promoted before the :30 run so it should start being in the next half an hour18:31
* kenvandine tries to get the webkit build from ppa before braving a reboot18:33
seb128kenvandine, please test webkit before rebooting :p18:34
tedgHmm, desrt did you see the seb128 bug above?  Is it possible for a GVariant to have an initialized region?18:35
seb128tedg, https://bugs.launchpad.net/dbusmenu/+bug/929710 as well, but I guess that one is yours ;-)18:36
ubot2Launchpad bug 929710 in libdbusmenu "Conditional jump or move depends on uninitialised value(s)" [Undecided,New]18:36
kenvandineseb128, i can't18:37
kenvandineisn't published18:37
tedgseb128, It say gvariant as well.  /me assumes all bugs are desrt's  ;-)18:38
seb128that's i38618:38
seb128kenvandine, can you try to --force the lib? ;-)18:38
kenvandineok :)18:38
seb128I doubt the common changed in a significant way18:38
kenvandineseb128, how do i force with apt-get?18:40
tedgHmm, I think that one is mine actually... I think we can check a NULL variant there.18:40
kenvandineor do i need to grab the deb?18:40
seb128kenvandine, wget https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-desktop/+archive/ppa/+build/3198313/+files/libwebkitgtk-3.0-0_1.7.5-0ubuntu1%7Ebuild5_amd64.deb18:41
seb128kenvandine, https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-desktop/+archive/ppa/+build/319831318:41
kenvandineseb128, looks like i need to download more debs, lots of missing symbols18:49
seb128kenvandine, ok, done bother then I don't want to make you waste too much time18:49
kenvandinecouple minutes ;)18:49
seb128I'm off for dinner bbiab, will read the backlog then18:49
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seb128kenvandine, no luck? ;-)19:30
kenvandineyeah, some19:31
kenvandinegwibber is fine19:31
kenvandinesoftware-center sort of works19:31
seb128"sort of"?19:31
kenvandinealthough it immediately wants to fix my broken depends19:31
kenvandineno banner at the top19:31
kenvandinethat might be on purpse19:31
dobeyis it only gtk3 webkit that was broken?19:31
kenvandinei test gwibber with the gtk2 webkit19:32
kenvandineok, on my laptop i do see the top banner19:32
kenvandinebut with the new webkit i see an empty pane19:32
seb128kenvandine, oh, the no banner was reported by several people with the current archive version (1.7.4)19:32
seb128kenvandine, for me it comes after 15 seconds19:33
seb128kenvandine, can you try to wait a minute and see if it comes?19:33
kenvandineoh joy... maybe that is because software center removed itself!19:34
* kenvandine wonders what other havoc it caused19:34
kenvandineit also removed shotwell, i guess19:34
seb128kenvandine, well anyway thanks, if both start I think it's good enough to upload, I will deal with bugs if we get any19:35
kenvandineyeah :)19:35
seb128kenvandine, sorry for breaking your box, it has been 3 days I try to get that stuff building19:37
seb128it makes me have to extra sympathy for chrisccoulson and Sweetshark dealing with stuff that takes hours long to build ;-)19:37
kenvandineno worries19:37
chrisccoulsonseb128, it looks like you're enjoying it. want to take over firefox? ;)19:39
seb128chrisccoulson, hum... let me think19:39
* chrisccoulson rebuilds firefox for the 6th time this afternoon19:41
mdeslaurseb128: you get to drink scotch while firefox rebuilds :)19:41
chrisccoulsoni'm actually thinking about going out to get some really unhealthy food whilst it's building19:42
seb128mdeslaur, I can understand that, trying to update webkit made me want to drink as well19:42
seb128chrisccoulson, burger? ;-)19:42
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: as opposed to the healthy food you usually eat? :)19:42
chrisccoulsonnow you can see why i drink so much now ;)19:42
chrisccoulsonyeah, i never eat healthy food19:42
desrttedg: GVariant does have bugs19:43
seb128chrisccoulson, that's not true, we get steaks at team dinners, that's healthy ;-)19:43
chrisccoulsonseb128, so, i did a bisect today and got a really useful result: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=716036#c1319:44
ubot2Mozilla bug 716036 in Layout "css z-ordering renders invisible text on google search page" [Normal,Unconfirmed: ]19:44
chrisccoulson"Update cairo to 1.10" ;)19:44
desrtwow.  nice freudian slip.19:44
seb128chrisccoulson,  lol19:44
desrttedg: GVariant *doesn't have bugs19:44
seb128desrt, too late, you admitted it19:44
chrisccoulsonseb128, now i need drink ;)19:44
seb128desrt, none of those are yours? ;-)19:44
desrtseb128: it's true.  it has had 2 bugs before19:44
desrt(where i consider bug to be something other than 'make it behave more gently when someone else makes a mistake')19:45
desrtseb128: i consider it to be very unlikely that these are GVariant bugs19:46
seb128desrt, ignore that, tedg sent merge requests on libdbusmenu for both19:46
desrtvalgrind is quite 'clever' about tracking uninitialised values19:46
desrtlike if you pass an uninitialised variable to some function and that function stores it in memory, then it will consider that memory to be uninitialised19:46
desrtit even does this down to the level of individual bits19:46
desrtso it's not uncommon to see 'uninitialised' deep inside of some library when it has nothing to do with the library at all19:47
desrtseb128: can you ping nessita and tell her i'm getting bored?19:48
seb128nessita, hey, bring more bugs!19:48
nessitadesrt: heh!19:48
seb128desrt, ;-)19:48
nessitadesrt: so, I was about to report a bug today :-)19:48
nessitabut then I realized it was PICNIC19:48
desrtis that like PEBCAK?19:48
nessitadesrt: yeap19:48
nessitaProblem In Chair Not In Computer19:49
desrtnice :)19:49
nessitadesrt: when using g_spawn_async, and setting a callback for the child_watch_add function, the status it returns is not the exit code of the child19:49
desrtright.  you need to interpret it with the W*() macros19:49
nessitadesrt: for now I coded  the macros in python... is there any way to access those?19:50
nessitathru gi, I mean19:50
desrtyou should be able to access them using python19:50
nessitadesrt: any pointers you could have?19:50
desrtlike os.WIFEXITED()19:50
nessitahummmm interesting19:50
DBOseb128, did didrocks have you look at those branches?19:52
seb128DBO, yes, I tried the daily builds, no difference on start time19:52
DBOseb128, they are not in the daily builds yet19:52
DBOour merge bot died apparently19:52
seb128DBO, I'm not sure about the dash opening, it seems a bit faster but I've no way to metric measure it19:52
DBOthe big one still hasn't landed19:53
DBOthis bad boy: https://code.launchpad.net/~unity-team/nux/nux.lazy-load-graphics/+merge/9221119:53
seb128DBO, well I got unity r1938 which includes19:53
seb128DBO, but yeah, I didn't get that one19:53
DBOyeah those two branches only effect 2 things19:54
seb128DBO, I had lp:~unity-team/nux/nux.lazy-cairo-wrapper though19:54
DBO1) dash load time should be faster19:54
desrtDBO: i hate to nag, but do you have that eta?19:54
DBO2) boot time should be faster if you have LOTS of favorites19:54
DBOdesrt, he is doing it right meow19:54
desrtawesome.  thanks.19:55
DBOdesrt, so sometime between now and never19:55
desrtcan you have him send me patches for testing if he's not sure about landing it?19:55
DBOoh we'll just land that bitch as soon as he puts up a review19:55
desrtworks fo rme :)19:56
desrtany link i can keep an eye on?19:56
desrtk.  keep me posted.19:57
DBOit will land as a single commit19:57
* desrt keeps pulling19:57
seb128mdeslaur, did you break my screensaver?19:57
mdeslaurseb128: did I?19:58
DBOdesrt, I'll ping you when to pull19:58
mdeslaurseb128: what's it doing?19:58
seb128mdeslaur, just visually, but it displays the default background rather than mine since a few days19:58
seb128mdeslaur, did anybody else complain about that?19:58
mdeslaurseb128: ah, no, haven't heard anything...but now that you mention it, I think I see that too19:58
seb128mdeslaur, since nobody else changed g-s recently I tend to blame you :p19:59
mdeslaurseb128: yep, I've got that too, I'll take a look19:59
mdeslaurseb128: hey, watch it :)19:59
seb128mdeslaur, thanks19:59
seb128mdeslaur, oh, also not a new bug, but something you might be interested in, if I kill g-s I need to ctrl-alt-l 2 times to lock the screen20:00
seb128mdeslaur, I guess the first one spawn g-s but doesn't lock20:00
seb128mdeslaur, it could guess to non locking bugs I guess20:00
seb128"I guess it could lead to*"20:01
mdeslaurseb128: ok, I'll take a look at that too, thanks20:01
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kenvandinei wish software-center had told me exactly what it was doing to "repair my package catalog"20:04
kenvandinehalf my desktop was gone :)20:05
kenvandinehad to reconstruct it with dpkg.log20:05
mdeslaurseb128: oneiric shows the default wallpaper too...hrm...20:13
seb128mdeslaur, g-s from oneirinc on precise you mean?20:13
mdeslaurseb128: on a real oneiric20:13
seb128mdeslaur, it doesn't pick dynamically the wallpaper20:14
seb128known bug20:14
seb128but if you change and restart g-s it works20:14
mdeslaurah! ok, thanks20:14
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lifeless70% cpu Xorg. WIN.20:14
m4n1shseb128: That day you gave me a strace command to trace the issue of an app20:20
m4n1shwhat were the arguments20:20
m4n1shotherwise it just floods up20:20
seb128m4n1sh, issue?20:21
seb128what do you try to do?20:21
m4n1shwhen trying to delete an application without selecting20:21
m4n1shlooks like a regression20:21
seb128m4n1sh, gdb <binary>?20:22
m4n1shdont get much20:22
seb128install debug symbols?20:22
m4n1shfor control center? yes20:22
seb128can you give more details on what you do and what you get? maybe copy on pastebin.ubuntu.com20:23
m4n1shseb128: nothing much20:23
m4n1shI am trying to fix some other issues with alm20:23
m4n1shright now20:23
m4n1shwhen I goto Applications tab20:23
m4n1shand an app is no selected20:23
m4n1shand I press remove20:23
m4n1shit crashes20:23
seb128run "gdb --args gnome-control-center alm" I guess20:23
seb128get it to segfault20:23
seb128and "bt" on the gdb prompt20:24
dobeyhi skaet20:30
dobeyskaet: when do you think is the last point at which we can request changes to the default install set (to pull webkit gtk2 off, and get some pyqt and qt-using u1 packages on)20:31
seb128dobey, hum, assume feature freeze then you will need ffe20:33
seb128i.e in a week20:33
mdeslaurseb128: oh, man, libgnomeui...what have you gotten me into? :P20:37
mdeslauroh, no, it got moved20:38
mdeslaurok :)20:38
skaetdobey,  before feature freeze (Feb 16) please, probably best to work with pitti to make sure it fits into his plans too.20:44
TheMusomterry: Do you mind having a look at some code I'm working on for unity-greeter? I am working on adding shortcut keys to a couple of the a11y options, however I am getting an assert when running unity-greeter in test mode, the assert is with a GtkAccelGroup.20:59
TheMusomterry: Code: https://code.launchpad.net/~themuso/unity-greeter/add-a11y-shortcuts20:59
TheMusomterry: log of output: http://paste.ubuntu.com/834683/20:59
TheMusomterry: I also wrote a small sample app in vala to test menu items and accelerators, and the test app worked fine with no asserts.21:00
TheMusomterry: robert_ancell looked yesterday and couldn't work out what may be the problem.21:00
mterryTheMuso, try this:21:02
mterryTheMuso, in MenuBar's constructor, instead of adding the "accel_group = ag;" line at the end, put it in the Object() call, like "Object (background: bg, accel_group: ag);" and then...21:03
mterryTheMuso, change "private Gtk.AccelGroup accel_group;" to "public Gtk.AccelGroup {get; construct;}"21:04
mterryTheMuso, and try again...   ?  Setting attributes manually in constructors has some weird behavior sometimes in vala21:04
TheMusomterry: Will do, thanks.21:05
* mterry supposes he should have tried it for you, but if that doesn't work let me know and I'll dig deeper21:05
TheMusoI don't mind trying myself.21:05
TheMusoOne learns more that way.21:05
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TheMusomterry: Yeah that worked fine, thanks for that.21:14
mterryTheMuso, awesome.  That's really an ugly bug in Vala.  The compiler should complain or do the right thing21:15
TheMusomterry: Totally agree.21:16
TheMusoAnyways, that branch is now ready for merging.21:17
cyphermoxTheMuso: you did alsa changes for bluez, was this related to a bug or was it just because there was now a better way to keep the config file?21:19
kenvandineseb128, do you know if didrocks would mind if i uploaded his unreleased g-c-c changes?21:19
TheMusocyphermox: THere is a better place to store the bluez alsa config file, that is all.21:19
TheMusocyphermox: In the past, we used to patch alsa config files to load the bluetooth config file, but now alsa has a conf directory that it watches, so we just drop whatever files we want in that directory.21:20
seb128kenvandine, go for it, he didn't upload because there was not enough to justify an upload21:20
cyphermoxTheMuso: cool21:21
cyphermoxTheMuso: on the same subject, any clue about PulseAudio and MediaEndpoint DBus APIs? that's what bluez tries to use now but that didn't seem to jive with pulseaudio for some reason. It's reverted for now in the bluez package21:21
TheMusocyphermox: Yeah its only git master of pulse that supports that, and we haven't patched that into our package, which is 1.1 plus a large handful of tweaks and jack detection stuff thats not all upstream yet.21:25
TheMusoI can dig up the pulse patches, and pop them into a PPA if you want to test...21:25
TheMusoFor the endpoint stuff.21:25
cyphermoxTheMuso: ok. no rush at all, I simply noticed it and fortunately knew why this was breaking A2DP21:25
* TheMuso nods.21:25
cyphermoxI think we can live with this being reverted for now21:26
TheMusoPersonally I'd rather leave it the way it is, because I don't think the endpoint stuff has been tested much.21:26
cyphermoxthe patch I added simply re-enabled the old socket-based API alongside MediaEndpoint, so if somebody wants to play with newer pulseaudio or other things, it just might work21:27
ryehello, in unity2d all panel menus get unneeded scroll buttons - is it a known bug?21:27
mterryTheMuso, I have a pending branch to add back the keyboard indicator.  Does that want an a11y shortcut?21:27
* mterry supposes F10 is good enough?21:27
ryenevermind, found bug #91323721:32
ubot2Launchpad bug 913237 in unity-2d "Useless scroll arrows in menus" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/91323721:32
ryemterry, F10 is already reserved for opening first indicator menu21:33
ryeunless you are talking about different environment21:33
TheMusomterry: F10 can already be used to get to the men u bar.21:33
ryealso, bug https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=661973 makes it quite hard to use F10 for anything else now even when unmapped from unity21:35
ubot2Gnome bug 661973 in gtk "gtk+ reacts on F10 press incorrectly with xkeyboard-config-2.4.1" [Major,Unconfirmed]21:35
ryein unity-2d it is much more broken, F10 does not call the menu properly at all!21:36
ryewhere is unity2d discussed?21:36
seb128like unity-3d21:37
seb128we only do packagign21:37
seb128well packaging, integration, bug fixing21:37
seb128for unity21:37
seb128by we I mean didrocks mainly ;-)21:37
ryeseb128, ugh, then sorry for spamming you here21:41
seb128no worry21:41
* rye moves SpamFactory to #ubuntu-unity21:41
seb128we look at issues in Ubuntu bug upstream channel is #ubuntu-unity ;-)21:41
ryeit's just you are discussing so many shiny things here...21:41
seb128yeah, we are happy to discuss unity issues as well21:42
seb128we don't have much unity-2d clues though21:42
brycehinteresting; there's an 'Upstream target' in lp advanced search now.21:50
agateaurobert_ancell: hi, I am not awake at 6am, but now I am :)22:12
robert_ancellagateau, you never know with ubuntu people :)  I had an issue with liblightdm-qt linking, but it turned out to be something else that was wrong22:12
agateaurobert_ancell: oh ok :)22:13
agateaurobert_ancell: hey, while I am as awake as you: I added support for guest session to the kde greeter, but it seems the setting does not work in test mode. Is it expected?22:15
robert_ancellagateau, yes, it would try and switch to the guest user and fail22:17
robert_ancellagateau, in test mode you can only log into your own user22:17
agateaurobert_ancell: oh that explains another problem22:18
agateaurobert_ancell: but what I meant is the "guest hint" seems to be always off22:18
agateaurobert_ancell: on the other hand it was late, maybe I am confused :)22:18
robert_ancellit probably checks if it can run the guest session, and the hint is off because of some permissions22:19
agateauok. I noticed the unity-greeter detects test mode and fakes a few things, maybe I'll do the same22:20
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mdeslaurseb128: gnome-screensaver specifically uses the system background. Because of a bug in Oneiric, it wasn't working properly. I can distro-patch it to use the user's background if you want.22:31
seb128mdeslaur, when did it start doing that?22:31
mdeslaurseb128: with the switch to gsettings22:32
seb128oh, that's an upstream stuff? yes, that's stupid...22:32
seb128i'm pretty sure it was reflecting my user background in oneiric22:32
mdeslaurit was...but that was a gsettings bug in oneiric :P22:32
mdeslaurseb128: look here: http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-screensaver/tree/src/gs-manager.c#n57022:33
mdeslaurseb128: it resets it all to the gsettings default values to get the system defaults22:33
robert_ancellTheMuso, did you work out the accelerator thing?22:33
seb128mdeslaur, oh ok, that makes sense22:34
mdeslaurseb128: personally, I like having my own background on the lock screen too, so I'll patch it...that'll also fix it to get changes22:34
seb128mdeslaur, there was a bug which made the reset stuff not work, it was fixed this week22:34
seb128mdeslaur, the gsettings reset22:34
mdeslaurseb128: ah! that explains it, yes22:34
seb128that's why it was working before22:34
mdeslaurseb128: I couldn't figure out why it worked in oneiric :)22:34
mdeslaurseb128: so, shall I make it use the user preferences? it would make sense for us, since we're using the user's background on the login screen too...22:35
seb128mdeslaur, yes please22:40
TheMusorobert_ancell: Yep, see my merge proposal, mterry suggested I change the way accel_group was being initialized in menubar, its a bug in vala.22:41
robert_ancellTheMuso, ah, I couldn't see what the difference was in the merge.  Nasty bug!22:43

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