Re: Copy-Paste operations

Philip Van Hoof <freax pandora be> writes:
You are reading the GTK 2 docs, and using GTK 1.2.

So how do I do the same in gtk 1.2 ? I guess the gtk-clipboard will be
something for lets say next year (since everybody who will want to
use the application will need gtk 2.0)

I guess I will have to use gtk-selections but I dont have a clue how
to use it. Is there a (simple) example for this? Basicly I want to
get the data that is currently selected in X (primary). And on a later
stage of the development of this app I also want to set this..

One solution is to just take the GtkClipboard source code, copy it
into your app, and use that. Probably a relatively simple solution.

Otherwise, I don't know of a great example, the GtkEditable widget
implementation is maybe helpful.


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