Re: [glade--] Never use g++-2.95 with glademm/gtkmm2 !!!

Murray Cumming wrote:
On Tue, 2002-11-26 at 12:22, Christof Petig wrote:

That seems like an over-reaction. There should be no problem if you use
a default constructor.

A default ctor for the base class IIRC.

And in glade generated code the base class takes care of creating/configuring/adding the widgets (which is of course done in the ctor, so that you can access them in your custom class ctor).

You mean that the glademm-generated class has no default constructor?

it has, but add() is called there. That's the problem.

A workaround would be to use an empty ctor and call an initialization method. But I don't plan to invest my time in this ugly hack (and its documentation) (it's better invested in using g++ 3.2).

Well I suggest that you accept a patch if it's important enough to

Of course (though I would call absolutely requiring a method be called first in an user ctor an ugly hack). I love to totally ignore widget creation in user classes.


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