On 09/13/04 11:04:06, Sven Neumann wrote:
The messages aren't meant for user's eyes, I think I mentioned that. The messages don't make any sense for the user and should only ever seen by developers or when we ask users to start gimp from a console window and to tell us if there are messages to be seen.
Doesn't it make sense to prefix Glib errors with something like: "Glib Error:" or "System Error:" or "Gimp Error:" (localizing just that string) and let the rest appear as-is within the error console?
If you think that a certain messages should be seen by the user and not to go stderr, let us know about it. That message should then use g_message() and also needs to be localized.
No, that's not exactly the case. But using stderr is a bad idea under Windows for the reasons that motivated this thread.
-- Pedro Gimeno
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