OK, I started to mess around with Guido now... I have stumbled upon a few
smaller things that I wanted to note.
I need some guidance on how you want this posted James, would you prefer
them sent here or the bug list first? I have a few.
For now, I will email the few things I found here first.
When I 'Edit Configuration' and then select the 'Plugins' Tab. In my
installation, the FormBuilder option is 'checked' to be hidden by default.
If I un-check this value then follow the instructions to restart guido to
affect the changes, I receive the following error everytime the FormBuilder
Plugin configuration is not 'checked'...
Warning window titled 'Guido Error: Plugin Init Error'
"Initialization of plugin FormBuilder failed:
unknown or ambiguous option "HASH(0x293563c)": must
be -after, -anchor, -before, -expand, -fill, -in, -ipadx, -ipady, -padx, -pa
dy or -side at C:/perl/site/lib/Tk/Widget.pl line 1053. at
c:/program~1/guido/bin/../lib/Guido/PluginLoader.pm line 92"; It would
appear the there is an invalid hash being built for the pack options for the
FormBuilder (Noticable in the FormBuilder value in the configuration page as
Using the 'Restart Guido' command on every attempt after the above error
occurs, results in...
Tk::Error: Can't call method "launch" on an undefined value at
/bin/../lib/Guido/Application.pm line 454.
The FormBuilder tab is hidden when the check box is NOT selected. I believe
this is functioning opposite of what is intuitive.
I encounter a serious problem... When I use the 'Restart Guido' option, I
get the following error and the program bombs... 'Can't open perl script
"C:\Program": No such file or directory'. While I am still unaware of what
sequence of events cause this, I have cause this error 15 times (while
testing the above problems). Right now, I am stuck as the 'Restart Guido'
always bombs on me. Is there a configuration file I can send someone to
help resolve the issue?
The default value on the Memory configuration tab was blank. After the
first time the program was restarted, this value was set to 0. (Probably
not a bug, just noticed the change.)