[Glade-users] About writing in interface.c

Am Thu, 2 Sep 2004 13:34:45 -0300 schrieb Mario Carugno:

Hi there !

I'm learning Glade and have the next problem. I designed an interface
and read that interface.c can not be edited by hand. That's ok.

In my designed UI, i put a 'treeview', but i know that treeviews needs
some extra code in order to work, such as define a model (with
GtkListStore), an iterator and so on.

Now, since i can't touch interface.c, where can i write the code to
get the treeview completed ? Even to make my treeview global, i have
to write into interface.c

I know that i can get a widget reference in a callback (with
lookup_widget), but is there some 'load' signal ?

Can you explain what you think of if you speak about a "load" signal. I'
don't understand this. The common way is to get the widget pointers
somewhere in your application and modify the widgets how you like it.
You needn't do do this in a callback. You could also do this in main()
function before gtk_main().


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