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    restricted the --g*fatal-* arguments to --g-fatal-warnings again. this · 7f2909bb
    Tim Janik authored
    Tue Aug 18 03:54:43 1998  Tim Janik  <timj@gtk.org>
            * gtk/gtkmain.c (gtk_init): restricted the --g*fatal-* arguments
            to --g-fatal-warnings again. this option now causes log levels of
            WARNING and CRITICAL to abort().
            * gdk/gdk.c:
            * gdk/gdkdnd.c:
            * gdk/gdkcc.c:
            * gdk/gdkfont.c:
            * gdk/gdkwindow.c:
            * gdk/gdkvisual.c:
            * gtk/gtkwidget.c:
            * gtk/gtktypeutils.c:
            * gtk/gtktree.c:
            * gtk/gtkfontsel.c:
            * gtk/gtkmain.c:
            * gtk/gtkobject.c:
            * gtk/gtkpreview.c:
            * gtk/gtkselection.c:
            * gtk/gtktext.c:
            * gtk/gtktree.c:
            * gtk/gtktreeitem.c:
            did a global search&replace to substitute g_print() calls with
            g_message(). libraries shouldn't use printf(), g_print() or
            g_printerr() at all.
            a bunch of the replacements should probably be wrapped into the
            G{D|T}K_NOTE() macros, so they are special cased for debugging
            purposes in a sane way, avoiding all the nasty #ifdef DEBUG_MY_TEDDY
            * gdk/gdkrgb.c: left this out currently.
            * gdk/gdkdnd.c: added copyright notice.