[Glade-devel] EggToolPallete in Glade?

On Thu, 2008-07-03 at 13:45 -0400, Tristan Van Berkom wrote:
On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 10:28 AM, Murray Cumming <murrayc at murrayc.com> wrote:
Mathias Hasselmann and Jan Arne Petersen have recently been working on a
tool palette widget, aiming to get it into a future version of GTK+. We
use it in the unstable branch of Glom. It was originally based on the
Glade tool palette, so you seem like ideal candidate to try to use it.
That would maybe give it enough testing to get into GTK+.

Sounds good, I'll be happy to review patches to that effect, although
I wonder, you propose to add it in a branch ?

Maybe. I'd like to avoid doing this work myself. Sorry, I'm just short
on time.

 can we depend on libegg
(i.e. is libegg in gnome releases ?)

The idea of libegg is that you copy the files into your own project, and
keep copying them when they are improved in libegg. libegg is never
installed so it can't be a normal dependency.

glade requires right now that the palette allow us to iterate through the
palette items to set their tooltips and sensitive state (in
gtkbuillder situations,

I guess that's possible already. It's derived from GtkContainer.

deprecated widgets are disabled), we also have those different text/icon
viewing modes...

Yeah, EggToolPalette supports that via the GtkToolShell interface:

Remember, we based it on your tool palette because it seemed like the
most sane one, which was already fairly generically coded.

murrayc at murrayc.com

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