Glade does not show LinuxCNC-specific widgets

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10 Mar 2013 21:34 #31174 by Erik
Hello together.

Since the forum and google search did not help, I now hope that you can help me or point me in the right direction. Maye I just do not see the wood for the trees.

What I want to do:
Create a custom panel for Axis with GladeVCP.

Problem:
Glade starts but does not show the LinuxCNC-specific widgets. So I am stuck right at the start...very annoying.

I followed these instructions:
- linuxcnc.org/docs
- And yes, I executed [. ./scripts/rip-environment]

My system configuration (home-office pc not the machine controller):
- Ubuntu Linux 12.04
- Gnome 3.4.2
- Kernel 3.2.0-38-generic-pae
- Glade 3.12.1
- Python 2.7.3
- LinuxCNC (Version from Git, ~4 hours ago)

What I did so far in addition to the instructions:
- Updated LinuxCNC from Git an compiled the sim-environment again > No issues.
- Checked the environment variables which are set in rip-environment > Ok.
- Tried to understand how to add custom widgets to Glade > Confusion.

Console:
erik@e6300:~/git/linuxcnc$ glade --version
glade 3.12.1
erik@e6300:~/git/linuxcnc$ . ./scripts/rip-environment
This script only needs to be run once per shell session.
erik@e6300:~/git/linuxcnc$ glade
GladeUI-Message: 2 missing displayable value for GtkWidget::events
GladeUI-Message: No displayable values for property GtkTreeSelection::mode
GladeUI-Message: 1 missing displayable value for GtkCellRendererAccel::accel-mode
GladeUI-Message: 14 missing displayable value for GtkCellRendererAccel::accel-mods

Any help is very appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Erik

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11 Mar 2013 00:52 #31186 by BigJohnT
I have a bit of getting started with GladeVCP on my web site.

John

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11 Mar 2013 02:17 #31189 by Erik
I finally found the "highly complex solution":
Just execute [glade-gtk2] instead of [glade] in the console.
I wonder how long it will take now until I am stuck again ;-)

Thanks for providing the tutorial John. It will be very useful for my next steps.

Best regards
Erik
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