Re: [glade--]Dialog and destroy_event()

On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 03:09, Murray Cumming wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 03:41, Mark Jones wrote:
> > I didn't realize destroy_events for dialogs are no longer part of
> > gtkmm.  So I added a watch for it in glade, and when it tried to compile
> > it gave an error:
> > no matching function for call to 
> > `Gtk::Dialog::signal_destroy_event ()'
> > 
> > So I looked at the gtkmm 2 docs and sure enough that is not supported. 
> > So I think glade-- may have to watch the names of the signals:
> > 
> > <signal name="destroy_event" handler="on_myDialog_destroy_event"
> > last_modification_time=""/>
> Why would you want to do this? If you want to do stuff on widget
> destruction then just do it in a derived widget's destructor.

Well, I guess I could do it there.  So what did that signal exist for in
1.x?  And, what does delete_event exist for currently?  As, in what is a
typical use for them?

Mark Jones <mark jones106 verizon net>

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