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I have installed gedit-latex-plugin(0.2 rc3) to be used with gedit(2.30.3) in ubuntu 10.04. If I use the command gedit file.tex& in terminal the file is opened and it seems everything works fine but in the terminal, lots of comments appear, some of which are:

****************************** 2012-03-31 22:14:27,263 DEBUG resources - Initializing resource locating

2012-03-31 22:14:27,361 DEBUG Preferences - not found

2012-03-31 22:14:27,373 DEBUG JobManager - Created JobManager instance 147209196

2012-03-31 22:14:27,379 DEBUG GeditLaTeXPlugin - activate

2012-03-31 22:14:27,379 DEBUG WindowContext - init

2012-03-31 22:14:27,444 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - _init_tab_decorators: initialized 0 decorators

2012-03-31 22:14:27,511 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - active_tab_changed

2012-03-31 22:14:27,511 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - ---------- ADJUST: None

2012-03-31 22:14:27,513 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - No window-scope views for this extension

2012-03-31 22:14:27,513 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - _set_selected_bottom_view: 0

2012-03-31 22:14:27,514 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - _set_selected_side_view: 0

2012-03-31 22:14:27,539 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - tab_added

2012-03-31 22:14:27,952 DEBUG GeditTabDecorator - loaded

2012-03-31 22:14:27,964 DEBUG GeditTabDecorator - _adjust_editor: URI has changed

2012-03-31 22:14:27,965 DEBUG LaTeXCompletionHandler - init

2012-03-31 22:14:27,966 DEBUG LanguageModelFactory - Pickled object found: /home/abcd/.gnome2/gedit/plugins/GeditLaTeXPlugin/latex.pkl

2012-03-31 22:14:28,075 DEBUG CompletionDistributor - init

2012-03-31 22:14:28,078 DEBUG WindowContext - Created view LaTeXOutlineView

2012-03-31 22:14:28,078 DEBUG WindowContext - Created view IssueView

2012-03-31 22:14:28,079 DEBUG LaTeXEditor - init(file:///home/abcd/dir1/file1.tex)

2012-03-31 22:14:28,079 DEBUG LaTeXEditor - Parsing document...

2012-03-31 22:14:28,080 DEBUG IssueView - init

2012-03-31 22:14:28,082 DEBUG IssueView - init finished

2012-03-31 22:14:28,092 INFO LaTeXEditor - LaTeXParser.parse: 0.010000

2012-03-31 22:14:28,092 DEBUG LaTeXEditor - Parsed 1599 bytes of content

2012-03-31 22:14:28,093 DEBUG LaTeXOutlineView - set_outline

2012-03-31 22:14:28,093 DEBUG LaTeXOutlineView - init

2012-03-31 22:14:28,097 DEBUG LaTeXValidator - validate

2012-03-31 22:14:28,098 DEBUG LanguageModel - set_newcommands:

2012-03-31 22:14:28,102 DEBUG LaTeXEditor - Parsing finished

2012-03-31 22:14:28,105 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - ---------- ADJUST: .tex

2012-03-31 22:14:28,119 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - _set_selected_bottom_view: 0

2012-03-31 22:14:28,120 DEBUG GeditWindowDecorator - _set_selected_side_view: 0


I am not sure if the gedit-latex-plugin is working properly or is it facing some problem. Why are there so many debug messages? Can anybody please suggest what I should do?

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Your gedit installation is working fine. Someone forgot to disable debug messages in the version of gedit you have (see bug #584462 ). Upgrading your gedit-latex-plugin to the version in Ubuntu 11.04 (located here) will fix the problem, but you can invoke gedit in this way:

gedit file.tex 2> /dev/null &

as a workaround.

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This is a bug that has been reported and fixed: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gedit-latex-plugin/+bug/584462

Have you tried downloading the actual plugin release version 0.2 rather than the release candidate? Presumably the bug is fixed there.

In any case, the DEBUG messages do not indicate any problem. Probably a developer simply forgot to disable them.

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