Radio-button widgets now being really stringent

One of my apps that uses radio buttons and uses a default value that is
supplied in the command line is giving this error:

  1. Using Volk machine: sse4_2_32
  2. Form: <class ‘gnuradio.wxgui.forms.forms.radio_buttons’> -> Error
    translating value: “103500000.0”
  3.      103500000.0 is not in list
  4.      Enter a possible value in choices: "[91500000.0,
    92300000.0, 101100000.0, 103300000.0, 106100000.0, 106900000.0]"
  5. Using device #0 (Generic RTL2832U (e.g. hama nano))
  6. Found Elonics E4000 tuner
  7. gr_fir_fff: using SSE

  8. gr_fir_ccc: using SSE

  9. gr_fir_ccf: using SSE

  10. aUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUaUTraceback (most recent
    call last):
  11. File
    line 100, in
  12.  widget.Bind(EVT_DATA, lambda x: self._update(
  13. File
    line 484, in _update
  14.  def _update(self, i): self._radio_buttons.SetSelection(i)
  15. File
    line 2425, in SetSelection
  16.  return _controls_.RadioBox_SetSelection(*args, **kwargs)
  17. TypeError: in method ‘RadioBox_SetSelection’, expected argument 2
    of type ‘int’

On SOME instances of Ubuntu 11.10, but not others. Seems like a
change in semantics for the radio-button widget–for some versions
it’s “picky”, and for others, it just ignores the non-existent button

Any clue from anyone?