Amit Pundir | 14 Nov 14:08 2008
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GAIL on Directfb back-end

Hello team,

First of all please excuse me for my questions if they seem trivial or
if they have already been discussed on this mailing list though I have
done much googling for this information.

I was trying to cross-compile GAIL(gail-1.22.3) on
Directfb(DirectFB-1.2.6) back-end for my ARM machine. But firstly,
GAIL configuration is statically linking me to X11 libraries which I
don't have then compiling it, by manually removing x11 dependencies in
my Makefiles, it gave me an error during compilation, which says:

---------------------------------
gailwindow.c:1093:2: error: #error Port to this GDK backend
make[2]: *** [gailwindow.lo] Error 1
---------------------------------

I checked in the code(gail/gailwindow.c) and as per my understanding I
couldn't find any Windowing system implemented for directfb like
"GDK_WINDOWING_DIRECTFB" as it is defined for X11 (GDK_WINDOWING_X11)
and WIN32 (GDK_WINDOWING_WIN32). Is it correct or I interpreted it
wrongly?

If it is so, then can anyone please tell me if there is any patch
available to enable GAIL on Directfb backend or is there any
workaround available for this? Any help on this will be appreciated.

Thanks for your concern.

Regards
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Quiring, Sam | 19 Nov 15:46 2008

AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN?

Greetings,

I've seen some at-spi test cases and usages on the net, examples: http://foss.mnit.ac.in:8080/content/code/a/at-spi_1.7.11/S/181.html and http://forgecvs1.novell.com/viewcvs/ldtp/record/record.c?rev=1.1.  Each of these has a line like this near the end:
 
putenv ("AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN=1");
 
What the heck does that line do?  I Googled for AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN and found more instances where it is used, but no explanation.  How did the test authors know to put that line in their code?
 
-Sam
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Nagappan A | 19 Nov 17:36 2008
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Re: AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN?

Hello Sam,

I wrote that code [1] almost 3 years back, they are not applicable now, atleast in LDTP point of view. The main accessibility work is being moved from C code base to Python (pyatspi [2]).

Thanks
Nagappan

[1] - http://forgecvs1.novell.com/viewcvs/ldtp/record/record.c?rev=1.1
[2] - http://live.gnome.org/GAP/PythonATSPI

2008/11/19 Quiring, Sam <Sam.Quiring <at> windriver.com>
Greetings,

I've seen some at-spi test cases and usages on the net, examples: http://foss.mnit.ac.in:8080/content/code/a/at-spi_1.7.11/S/181.html and http://forgecvs1.novell.com/viewcvs/ldtp/record/record.c?rev=1.1.  Each of these has a line like this near the end:
 
putenv ("AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN=1");
 
What the heck does that line do?  I Googled for AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN and found more instances where it is used, but no explanation.  How did the test authors know to put that line in their code?
 
-Sam

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Quiring, Sam | 19 Nov 18:35 2008

Re: AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN?

Nagappan,
 
Thanks for the reply.  I am still curious about AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN - do you remember why that line of code was there?
 
How much work is being done in the LDTP?
 
-Sam

From: Nagappan A [mailto:nagappan <at> gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 8:37 AM
To: Quiring, Sam
Cc: gnome-accessibility-devel <at> gnome.org
Subject: Re: [g-a-devel] AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN?

Hello Sam,

I wrote that code [1] almost 3 years back, they are not applicable now, atleast in LDTP point of view. The main accessibility work is being moved from C code base to Python (pyatspi [2]).

Thanks
Nagappan

[1] - http://forgecvs1.novell.com/viewcvs/ldtp/record/record.c?rev=1.1
[2] - http://live.gnome.org/GAP/PythonATSPI

2008/11/19 Quiring, Sam <Sam.Quiring <at> windriver.com>
Greetings,

I've seen some at-spi test cases and usages on the net, examples: http://foss.mnit.ac.in:8080/content/code/a/at-spi_1.7.11/S/181.html and http://forgecvs1.novell.com/viewcvs/ldtp/record/record.c?rev=1.1.  Each of these has a line like this near the end:
 
putenv ("AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN=1");
 
What the heck does that line do?  I Googled for AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN and found more instances where it is used, but no explanation.  How did the test authors know to put that line in their code?
 
-Sam

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Nagappan A | 19 Nov 19:24 2008
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Re: AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN?

Hi Sam,

On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 9:35 AM, Quiring, Sam <Sam.Quiring <at> windriver.com> wrote:
Nagappan,
 
Thanks for the reply.  I am still curious about AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN - do you remember why that line of code was there?

Don't remember why I wrote that :) It was way back.
 
How much work is being done in the LDTP?

The recording feature is now done using pyatspi. Current LDTP framework is being used by Ubuntu, VMware, Palm Source (Access Company), Novell Evolution.

Thanks
Nagappan
 
-Sam

From: Nagappan A [mailto:nagappan <at> gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 8:37 AM
To: Quiring, Sam
Cc: gnome-accessibility-devel <at> gnome.org
Subject: Re: [g-a-devel] AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN?

Hello Sam,

I wrote that code [1] almost 3 years back, they are not applicable now, atleast in LDTP point of view. The main accessibility work is being moved from C code base to Python (pyatspi [2]).

Thanks
Nagappan

[1] - http://forgecvs1.novell.com/viewcvs/ldtp/record/record.c?rev=1.1
[2] - http://live.gnome.org/GAP/PythonATSPI

2008/11/19 Quiring, Sam <Sam.Quiring <at> windriver.com>
Greetings,

I've seen some at-spi test cases and usages on the net, examples: http://foss.mnit.ac.in:8080/content/code/a/at-spi_1.7.11/S/181.html and http://forgecvs1.novell.com/viewcvs/ldtp/record/record.c?rev=1.1.  Each of these has a line like this near the end:
 
putenv ("AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN=1");
 
What the heck does that line do?  I Googled for AT_BRIDGE_SHUTDOWN and found more instances where it is used, but no explanation.  How did the test authors know to put that line in their code?
 
-Sam

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Quiring, Sam | 19 Nov 21:07 2008

Unknown CORBA exception?

Greetings,
 
I am getting this warning message which looks like a bug to me:
 
    Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA exception id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
 
The problem happens as I iterate through the children of the desktop.  Retriving the 9th child of the desktop causes the warning:
 
    Accessible *desktop = SPI_getDesktop(0);
    if(desktop == 0) return 0;
    int dtChildCount = Accessible_getChildCount(desktop);
    int child;
    for(child = 0; child < dtChildCount; child++) {
        fprintf(stderr, "### before %d/%d\n", child + 1, dtChildCount);
        Accessible *desktopChild = Accessible_getChildAtIndex(desktop, child);
        fprintf(stderr, "### after %d/%d   value: 0x%X\n", child + 1, dtChildCount, desktopChild);
here is what the output looks like:
 
### before 1/18
### after 1/18   value: 0x80BF840
### before 2/18
### after 2/18   value: 0x80C3D38
### before 3/18
### after 3/18   value: 0x80C3AA8
### before 4/18
### after 4/18   value: 0x80C3820
### before 5/18
### after 5/18   value: 0x80C33E0
### before 6/18
### after 6/18   value: 0x80C5D48
### before 7/18
### after 7/18   value: 0x80C5B60
### before 8/18
### after 8/18   value: 0x80C5848
### before 9/18
Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA exception id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
### after 9/18   value: 0x0
### before 10/18
### after 10/18   value: 0x80C5648
Has anyone ever seen this before?  Is there some standard way to code around this?  I'm getting the problem very repeatedly in exactly the same spot.
 
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Willie Walker | 19 Nov 21:18 2008
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Re: Unknown CORBA exception?

Hi Sam:

I wonder if the application is misbehaving.  Try looking at the desktop
via accerciser and see what it shows.  In addition, in your code, try
printing the accessible name of each object as you get it.  It might
provide some insight into which application might be the source of the
problem.

Will

On Wed, 2008-11-19 at 12:07 -0800, Quiring, Sam wrote:
> Greetings,
>  
> I am getting this warning message which looks like a bug to me:
>  
>     Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA
> exception id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
>  
> The problem happens as I iterate through the children of the desktop.
> Retriving the 9th child of the desktop causes the warning:
>  
>     Accessible *desktop = SPI_getDesktop(0);
>     if(desktop == 0) return 0;
>     int dtChildCount = Accessible_getChildCount(desktop);
>     int child;
>     for(child = 0; child < dtChildCount; child++) {
>         fprintf(stderr, "### before %d/%d\n", child + 1,
> dtChildCount);
>         Accessible *desktopChild = Accessible_getChildAtIndex(desktop,
> child);
>         fprintf(stderr, "### after %d/%d   value: 0x%X\n", child + 1,
> dtChildCount, desktopChild);
> 
> here is what the output looks like:
>  
> ### before 1/18
> ### after 1/18   value: 0x80BF840
> ### before 2/18
> ### after 2/18   value: 0x80C3D38
> ### before 3/18
> ### after 3/18   value: 0x80C3AA8
> ### before 4/18
> ### after 4/18   value: 0x80C3820
> ### before 5/18
> ### after 5/18   value: 0x80C33E0
> ### before 6/18
> ### after 6/18   value: 0x80C5D48
> ### before 7/18
> ### after 7/18   value: 0x80C5B60
> ### before 8/18
> ### after 8/18   value: 0x80C5848
> ### before 9/18
> Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA exception
> id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
> ### after 9/18   value: 0x0
> ### before 10/18
> ### after 10/18   value: 0x80C5648
> 
> Has anyone ever seen this before?  Is there some standard way to code
> around this?  I'm getting the problem very repeatedly in exactly the
> same spot.
>  
> -Sam
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Nagappan A | 19 Nov 22:23 2008
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Re: Unknown CORBA exception?

Hi Will,

This happens in most of the Ubuntu / RHEL systems, some of the application is listed as <dead> in accerciser. In Python, we don't notice them, as we can handle this in try / except block, but in C, we have this limitation :)

Thanks
Nagappan

On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 12:18 PM, Willie Walker <William.Walker <at> sun.com> wrote:
Hi Sam:

I wonder if the application is misbehaving.  Try looking at the desktop
via accerciser and see what it shows.  In addition, in your code, try
printing the accessible name of each object as you get it.  It might
provide some insight into which application might be the source of the
problem.

Will

On Wed, 2008-11-19 at 12:07 -0800, Quiring, Sam wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> I am getting this warning message which looks like a bug to me:
>
>     Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA
> exception id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
>
> The problem happens as I iterate through the children of the desktop.
> Retriving the 9th child of the desktop causes the warning:
>
>     Accessible *desktop = SPI_getDesktop(0);
>     if(desktop == 0) return 0;
>     int dtChildCount = Accessible_getChildCount(desktop);
>     int child;
>     for(child = 0; child < dtChildCount; child++) {
>         fprintf(stderr, "### before %d/%d\n", child + 1,
> dtChildCount);
>         Accessible *desktopChild = Accessible_getChildAtIndex(desktop,
> child);
>         fprintf(stderr, "### after %d/%d   value: 0x%X\n", child + 1,
> dtChildCount, desktopChild);
>
> here is what the output looks like:
>
> ### before 1/18
> ### after 1/18   value: 0x80BF840
> ### before 2/18
> ### after 2/18   value: 0x80C3D38
> ### before 3/18
> ### after 3/18   value: 0x80C3AA8
> ### before 4/18
> ### after 4/18   value: 0x80C3820
> ### before 5/18
> ### after 5/18   value: 0x80C33E0
> ### before 6/18
> ### after 6/18   value: 0x80C5D48
> ### before 7/18
> ### after 7/18   value: 0x80C5B60
> ### before 8/18
> ### after 8/18   value: 0x80C5848
> ### before 9/18
> Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA exception
> id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
> ### after 9/18   value: 0x0
> ### before 10/18
> ### after 10/18   value: 0x80C5648
>
> Has anyone ever seen this before?  Is there some standard way to code
> around this?  I'm getting the problem very repeatedly in exactly the
> same spot.
>
> -Sam
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> Gnome-accessibility-devel <at> gnome.org
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Quiring, Sam | 19 Nov 22:50 2008

Re: Unknown CORBA exception?

Nagappan,
 
I'm on Ubuntu.  What application is it?  Can I kill it to get rid of the error?  Ultimately, it sounds like the answer is "live with it" -- is there any way to configure at-spi system to dump these messages to a log file instead of displaying them on stderr?  I guess I'll have to figure out a way to redirect stderr.
 
Will,
 
I tried to follow the download instructions for accerciser (http://live.gnome.org/Accerciser).  In the middle of the web page there are these instructions:
 
svn co http://svn.gnome.org/svn/accerciser/trunk/ accerciser
cd accerciser
./autogen.sh           # or ./configure for first time build
make
sudo make install      # or make install as root
accerciser
When I run ./autogen.sh I get this error:
 
./autogen.sh: line 4: gnome-autogen.sh: No such file or directory
 
I'm not sure how to fix that.  I also tried ./configure, but there is no file called "configure" in that folder.
 
-Sam
 

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Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 1:23 PM
To: Willie Walker
Cc: gnome-accessibility-devel <at> gnome.org; Quiring, Sam
Subject: Re: [g-a-devel] Unknown CORBA exception?

Hi Will,

This happens in most of the Ubuntu / RHEL systems, some of the application is listed as <dead> in accerciser. In Python, we don't notice them, as we can handle this in try / except block, but in C, we have this limitation :)

Thanks
Nagappan

On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 12:18 PM, Willie Walker <William.Walker <at> sun.com> wrote:
Hi Sam:

I wonder if the application is misbehaving.  Try looking at the desktop
via accerciser and see what it shows.  In addition, in your code, try
printing the accessible name of each object as you get it.  It might
provide some insight into which application might be the source of the
problem.

Will

On Wed, 2008-11-19 at 12:07 -0800, Quiring, Sam wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> I am getting this warning message which looks like a bug to me:
>
>     Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA
> exception id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
>
> The problem happens as I iterate through the children of the desktop.
> Retriving the 9th child of the desktop causes the warning:
>
>     Accessible *desktop = SPI_getDesktop(0);
>     if(desktop == 0) return 0;
>     int dtChildCount = Accessible_getChildCount(desktop);
>     int child;
>     for(child = 0; child < dtChildCount; child++) {
>         fprintf(stderr, "### before %d/%d\n", child + 1,
> dtChildCount);
>         Accessible *desktopChild = Accessible_getChildAtIndex(desktop,
> child);
>         fprintf(stderr, "### after %d/%d   value: 0x%X\n", child + 1,
> dtChildCount, desktopChild);
>
> here is what the output looks like:
>
> ### before 1/18
> ### after 1/18   value: 0x80BF840
> ### before 2/18
> ### after 2/18   value: 0x80C3D38
> ### before 3/18
> ### after 3/18   value: 0x80C3AA8
> ### before 4/18
> ### after 4/18   value: 0x80C3820
> ### before 5/18
> ### after 5/18   value: 0x80C33E0
> ### before 6/18
> ### after 6/18   value: 0x80C5D48
> ### before 7/18
> ### after 7/18   value: 0x80C5B60
> ### before 8/18
> ### after 8/18   value: 0x80C5848
> ### before 9/18
> Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA exception
> id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
> ### after 9/18   value: 0x0
> ### before 10/18
> ### after 10/18   value: 0x80C5648
>
> Has anyone ever seen this before?  Is there some standard way to code
> around this?  I'm getting the problem very repeatedly in exactly the
> same spot.
>
> -Sam
> _______________________________________________
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> Gnome-accessibility-devel <at> gnome.org
> http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-accessibility-devel

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Willie Walker | 19 Nov 22:52 2008
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Re: Unknown CORBA exception?

Hi Sam:

Try doing an "sudo apt-get build-dep accerciser" before building it.
You may also need to so an "sudo apt-get install gnome-common", but I'm
not sure.

Or,

You might just try "sudo apt-get install accerciser" - that will install
accerciser without you needing to build it.

Will

On Wed, 2008-11-19 at 13:50 -0800, Quiring, Sam wrote:
> Nagappan,
>  
> I'm on Ubuntu.  What application is it?  Can I kill it to get rid of
> the error?  Ultimately, it sounds like the answer is "live with it" --
> is there any way to configure at-spi system to dump these messages to
> a log file instead of displaying them on stderr?  I guess I'll have to
> figure out a way to redirect stderr.
>  
> Will, 
>  
> I tried to follow the download instructions for accerciser
> (http://live.gnome.org/Accerciser).  In the middle of the web page
> there are these instructions:
>  
> svn co http://svn.gnome.org/svn/accerciser/trunk/ accerciser
> cd accerciser
> ./autogen.sh           # or ./configure for first time build
> make
> sudo make install      # or make install as root
> accerciser
> 
> When I run ./autogen.sh I get this error:
>  
> ./autogen.sh: line 4: gnome-autogen.sh: No such file or directory
>  
> I'm not sure how to fix that.  I also tried ./configure, but there is
> no file called "configure" in that folder.
>  
> -Sam
>  
> 
> 
> ______________________________________________________________________
> From: gnome-accessibility-devel-bounces <at> gnome.org
> [mailto:gnome-accessibility-devel-bounces <at> gnome.org] On Behalf Of
> Nagappan A
> Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 1:23 PM
> To: Willie Walker
> Cc: gnome-accessibility-devel <at> gnome.org; Quiring, Sam
> Subject: Re: [g-a-devel] Unknown CORBA exception?
> 
> 
> 
> Hi Will,
> 
> This happens in most of the Ubuntu / RHEL systems, some of the
> application is listed as <dead> in accerciser. In Python, we don't
> notice them, as we can handle this in try / except block, but in C, we
> have this limitation :)
> 
> Thanks
> Nagappan
> 
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 12:18 PM, Willie Walker
> <William.Walker <at> sun.com> wrote:
>         Hi Sam:
>         
>         I wonder if the application is misbehaving.  Try looking at
>         the desktop
>         via accerciser and see what it shows.  In addition, in your
>         code, try
>         printing the accessible name of each object as you get it.  It
>         might
>         provide some insight into which application might be the
>         source of the
>         problem.
>         
>         Will
>         
>         
>         On Wed, 2008-11-19 at 12:07 -0800, Quiring, Sam wrote:
>         > Greetings,
>         >
>         > I am getting this warning message which looks like a bug to
>         me:
>         >
>         >     Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown
>         CORBA
>         > exception id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
>         >
>         > The problem happens as I iterate through the children of the
>         desktop.
>         > Retriving the 9th child of the desktop causes the warning:
>         >
>         >     Accessible *desktop = SPI_getDesktop(0);
>         >     if(desktop == 0) return 0;
>         >     int dtChildCount = Accessible_getChildCount(desktop);
>         >     int child;
>         >     for(child = 0; child < dtChildCount; child++) {
>         >         fprintf(stderr, "### before %d/%d\n", child + 1,
>         > dtChildCount);
>         >         Accessible *desktopChild =
>         Accessible_getChildAtIndex(desktop,
>         > child);
>         >         fprintf(stderr, "### after %d/%d   value: 0x%X\n",
>         child + 1,
>         > dtChildCount, desktopChild);
>         >
>         > here is what the output looks like:
>         >
>         > ### before 1/18
>         > ### after 1/18   value: 0x80BF840
>         > ### before 2/18
>         > ### after 2/18   value: 0x80C3D38
>         > ### before 3/18
>         > ### after 3/18   value: 0x80C3AA8
>         > ### before 4/18
>         > ### after 4/18   value: 0x80C3820
>         > ### before 5/18
>         > ### after 5/18   value: 0x80C33E0
>         > ### before 6/18
>         > ### after 6/18   value: 0x80C5D48
>         > ### before 7/18
>         > ### after 7/18   value: 0x80C5B60
>         > ### before 8/18
>         > ### after 8/18   value: 0x80C5848
>         > ### before 9/18
>         > Warning: AT-SPI error: pre method check: add: Unknown CORBA
>         exception
>         > id: 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/COMM_FAILURE:1.0'
>         > ### after 9/18   value: 0x0
>         > ### before 10/18
>         > ### after 10/18   value: 0x80C5648
>         >
>         > Has anyone ever seen this before?  Is there some standard
>         way to code
>         > around this?  I'm getting the problem very repeatedly in
>         exactly the
>         > same spot.
>         >
>         > -Sam
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