- From: Craig Durkin <durkin+gtkad matter net>
- To: gtk-app-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Statusbar questions...
- Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 22:16:57 -0400
I have a few questions about statusbars. Firstly, is it really necessary to get a context id? I don't think
that I am going to be using more than one context in this program, so is it safe to just use a context id of
1 (or even something like 7)?
As well, I have a function which prints disk freespace to the statusbar, upon clicking the disk's name in a
ctree (signal function connected to "tree_select_row" signal). This function works fine, for a single disk.
The problem appears when I click upon a second disk's name, after clicking on another one first. Normally
such a problem could be resolved by just stepping through the function in gdb, but oddly enough, it works
fine when I step through it in the debugger. In other words, it's broked only when not being run through gdb.
This is what is often referred to as abnormal behavior. Is there a way of assessing whose fault this is (ie,
gtk's side of things, or mine)?
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