Re: [Deskbar] GtkStatusIcon

On Wed, 2006-12-06 at 21:07 +0100, Ruud Beukema wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm new to this list and this is my first post.

This is the wrong list. But I will try and answer your question anyway.
In future you might like to consider one of the anjuta lists (look on
gmane for more details.)

> For all GUI elements I included gnome.h (which, if I read it correctly
> includes gtk/gtk.h in turn, which is used for the GtkStatusIcon). The
> GtkStatusIcon type however isn't recognized by Anjuta.

GtkStatusIcon only appeared in Gtk 2.10. You must make sure that you
have the Gtk 2.10 headers installed. Anjuta gets information about
symbols by generating tags from all the headers that are installed on
the system. This was originally done at build time but I believe these
days it is done on the first run. You can ask it to regenerate the tag
database by doing:

bash /usr/bin/

This breaks because of assuming bashisms. This has been fixed in CVS.

(Oh I assume you are using 2.0.2 or CVS. The 'stable' branch is

HTH, ;-)


Rob Bradford <rob robster org uk>

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