[Glade-users] glade 3.6 and user data in callback function

On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 2:34 PM, daniel <drmartens at gnu.univ.gda.pl> wrote:
Tristan Van Berkom wrote:
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 2:03 PM, daniel <drmartens at gnu.univ.gda.pl> wrote:

So I tried to pass different objects that are already defined in the
glade file, but none of them has been passed to the callback function
(I'm using pygtk). Is this feature working in 3.6? I've read that it
worked awkward in previous versions, but was to be fixed in 3.6...

It should be working, are you using GtkBuilder in python ?

If Glade remembers the objects you set as connect data
then it could be 2 things:
? - Glade is serializing signals with an incorrect format
? - GtkBuilder has bugs deffering signal connections until
? ? after the parse finishes.

Yes, I'm using GtkBuilder. In Glade, when I start typing in "user data"
column, I can see the list of objects I can choose from (e.g. the models
I have already defined), so I simply choose one.
But if I add an additional argument to my callback function that would
reflect the change in glade, I get 'too many arguments' error, which

Just to be clear, you get the error "too many arguments" from GtkBuilder
at startup time ?

Could you file a bug against Glade ? then I will look at it and if its
a bug in GtkBuilder I'll forward it to GTK+ bugzilla.


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