Most of the time running a
gtk application from the command line it starts dumping debug information to the
stdout even though I put them in background.
~$ gedit test.html # and ctrl+z to suspend zsh: suspended gedit .zshrc ~$ bg  + continued gedit .zshrc ~$ # do some editing (gedit:6208): GtkSourceView-WARNING **: Could not find word to remove in buffer (whoosh), this should not happen! (gedit:6208): GtkSourceView-WARNING **: Could not find word to remove in buffer (haystack), this should not happen!
I want to note that the error, or warning, changes according to what I'm doing at the moment. The
GtkSourceView-WARNING shown here is one of the cases.
Anyway... Do you know if it's at all possible to avoid getting that information printed out?