A bug fix in a library we use has changed the result of a function call
Gramps uses, causing a crash on Ubuntu 10.04 in several use-cases. The same
crash will start to arise in the near future also on other new
We will release a version 3.2.3 to fix this issue. If you are already using
10.04, you can fix this by downloading a newer version of a file, see
If you have not yet upgraded to the latest version of your distro, keep this
in mind and perhaps upgrade only after Gramps 3.2.3 is available for your
The Gramps Team
PS: for the technically inclined, the habit of not statically linking
libraries indeed causes problems in linux from time to time. It does have
the benefit of always using the latest and greatest though!
From: Peter Hewett <gramps@he...> - 2010-05-10 07:56:10
On Mon, 10 May 2010 07:58:00 Benny Malengier wrote:
> We will release a version 3.2.3 to fix this issue. If you are already using
> 10.04, you can fix this by downloading a newer version of a file, see
Thanks, that seems to work just fine.
Here on Kubuntu 10.04, the glade.py file is in this directory;
Thanks for the fix.