[MonoDevelop] File/Quit in SVN version 126419 of MonoDevelop is not working
m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 17:25:35 EST 2009
On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 10:06 PM, Brett Senior
<brett_senior at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> My apologies for posting this twice but the first time that I posted it I was
> not subscribed to the MonoDevelop mailing list and it had been waiting to be
> moderated for the past couple of days. So reposted this one.
> I have just compiled version 126419 of MonoDevelop and have built it
> successfully. However, when I do a File/Quit the program does not exit and
> I must click on the 'close' cross in the window. This does not fully work
> as the splash screen is not removed until I do a control-c from the terminal
> in which I started MonoDevelop.
> When I look at the log file I see the following errors:
> ERROR [2009-02-09 16:12:12Z]: Gtk-Critical: gtk_main_quit: assertion
> `main_loops != NULL' failed
> Stack trace:
> at Gtk.Application.Quit()
> I am running a parallel mono environment in /opt/mono and I set environment
> variables as per Michael Hutchinson's help on his web site. This has worked
> perfectly for me in the past but it has only been today when I wanted to
> update the copy of MonoDevelop that I had that I had some problems.
> Can someone please provide some help in this matter ?
If you're running a parallel install with trunk versions of MD's
dependencies, it seems likely that this error is due to an unstable
version of one of these dependencies (GTK#, Mono, GTK, etc). Updating
them may fix it.
If you don't depend on trunk features of these dependencies, it might
be a good idea to switch to the stable branches of them.
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