Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a new Glade project
2. Create a GtkWindow
3. Put a GtkToolbar inside the window
4. Put some GtkButtons inside the toolbar
5. Save the project somewhere.
Now open the glade file in a text editor and look for the GtkButtons.
They aren't getting written to the glade file.
I'm seeing this with glade2-2.0.0-2 from FC1 as well as glade2-2.0.1-1
Actually, I'm seeing this as far back as glade-1.1.3-3 from RHL 9.
I'm guessing that the problem lies with libglade2 since I know that
glade2 from RHL 9 worked.
I installed a fresh FC1 system and then started upgrading individual
packages until I saw the behavior. Turns out the bug is triggered
when bonobo-1.0.22-8.1 is installed.
Doh, sorry. Scratch that last post. The problem occurs after I
upgraded to gtk2-2.4.0-1 and gtk2-devel-2.4.0-1.
This works fine for me with the glade2-2.5.0-1 in FC2