[Glade-users] CList question

Fethiye Akbulut wrote:
I hope I was clear.

Yes, I think I understand.  Here is how I would solve this problem.

When the child process is forked and the row is added to the GtkCList,
record the pid in the row somehow.  The function gtk_clist_set_row_data
is the one to use.  Store the pid, or a pointer to a structure
containing the pid.


/* sets a arbitrary data pointer for a given row */
void gtk_clist_set_row_data (GtkCList *clist,
                             gint      row,
                             gpointer  data);

When the SIGCHLD is received, and you have the pid, look for it in the
GtkCList, and you will be given a row number which you can then delete.


/* givin a data pointer, find the first (and hopefully only!)
 * row that points to that data, or -1 if none do
gint gtk_clist_find_row_from_data (GtkCList *clist,
                                   gpointer  data);

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