Bug#798616: atril: produces useless output to console

Rogério Brito rbrito at ime.usp.br
Sat Dec 5 00:36:37 UTC 2015


On Sep 11 2015, brian m. carlson wrote:
> The way I typically use atril is to run "atril foo.pdf &" in a shell.

Me too.

> As a result, I want it to be silent and not output needless text, and
> traditionally that's been the case.  However, it's started outputting
> the following:
>   No bp log location saved, using default.
>   [000:000] Cpu: 6.42.7, x4, 3500Mhz, 7871MB
>   [000:001] Computer model: Not available
>   No bp log location saved, using default.

If I'm not mistaken, this output is generated by webkit, which seems to be a
dependency that atril adopted when it got support for reading EPUB

I would sincerely like to have my copy of atril not loading webkit. In fact,
it would be so much better (especially for those creating reasonably small
live CDs) if the EPUB support were a plugin.


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