Description of Problem:
On a fresh install of beta3 (unlike bug 61748), I get error messages when
redhat-config-users is started. This does not appear to cause problems during
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. fresh install of beta3
2. login as root
3. from terminal window, run redhat-config-users
get error messages (captured via 2>xx)
Created attachment 49964 [details]
error (warning) msgs from redhat-config-users
I've been seeing these warning messages for a while now with pygtk2/libglade2,
and I don't really know what they mean. It's complaining about not finding a
handler for the signals that various widgets create, but the handlers are
obviously there since clicking on the buttons actually does something.
I've emailed the maintainer of pygtk2/libglade2 to see if he knows. We'll see
what he says.
*** Bug 61861 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
"There was a bug in the last pygtk release (1.99.8) where it would decref a
reference it didn't own in the signal_autoconnect() wrapper. This is probably
the cause of the problem you are seeing. Either try checking out CVS head, or
editing libglade.override and get rid of the Py_DECREF call just before the
g_signal_connect_closure() call in connect_many()."
msw has built a new pygtk2 that pulls in these changes and doesn't spew all the
handler warnings. The deprecation warnings will still be there though. There
doesn't seem to be a way to avoid them at the moment.