Fri 13 Jun:
(16:43:15) [me]: this keeps coming up entirely randomly... I'm running gaim 0.64 with rox+waimea as my session+window managers:
** (gaim:1141): CRITICAL **: file prefs.c: line 358 (gaim_prefs_get_bool): assertion `pref != NULL' failed
(17:48:08) [me]: this killed gaim 0.64:
(gaim:1273): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: gvalue.c:86: cannot initialize GValue with type `gpointer', the value has already been initialized as `gpointer'
Sat 14 Jun:
(23:25:07) [me]: you guys really need to fix this:
(gaim:7407): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: gvalue.c:86: cannot initialize GValue with type `gpointer', the value has already been initialized as `gpointer'
(23:25:07) SeanEgn : SLEEPING IN ALL CAPS AGAIN!
Sun 15 Jun:
(07:59:37) SeanEgn: no we don't
(08:02:50) [me]: oh? something I did...?
(08:03:10) [me]: or a gtk2 problem?
(08:03:45) SeanEgn: It's just that we don't really need to do anything
(08:04:04) [me]: oh, true :-P
(08:04:35) [me]: well, I found that 0.64 crashed every 10 mins or so using waimea as a wm, and now with xfwm4 only crashes once every couple hours.
(08:04:43) [me]: so I'm sticking with xfwm4 for now
(08:05:08) [me]: but 0.64 definitely has some issues that should be resolved eventually
(08:05:44) [me]: and as long as you're on the line, I have a question: is there any way to merge multiple instances of the same buddy, like 0.60 did?
(08:06:05) SeanEgn: 0.60 didn't do that
(08:06:09) [me]: it did for me
(08:06:17) SeanEgn: nope, you're wrong
(08:06:20) [me]: I have a cvs version in /opt that I can start up to prove it
(08:06:42) SeanEgn: How does a cvs version prove what 0.60 did?
(08:06:57) [me]: okay, *my* version of 0.60 does
(08:07:11) [me]: I think once you guys merged the edit buddies window and the online buddies window you got rid of that "feature" / "bug"
(08:07:11) SeanEgn: no, no version of 0.60 ever merged buddies
(08:07:15) [me]: mine did
(08:07:29) SeanEgn: No, stop being contrary and wrong.
(08:07:41) [me]: you're the one being contrary and wrong
(08:07:48) [me]: maybe you never saw it do that
(08:07:50) [me]: but it does for me
(08:07:51) SeanEgn: I'm the one who's going to stop talking to you
(08:07:59) [me]: okay, take care then