Re: troubles porting from ubuntu to debian. [??]

On Mon, Jan 02, 2012 at 02:42:43PM -0800, Gary Kline wrote:
      could you please explain more about this macro and how to
      resolve the complaint?

Use GTK_WIDGET_IS_SENSITIVE() instead of gtk_widget_is_sensitive().

      as you note, things do only now frown using the macro def:

      main.c:243: warning: implicit declaration of function
      main.c: In function ÃÂÂdec_button_click_cbÃÂÂ:

      how the heck to i fix that warning that GTK_WIDGET_IS_SENSITIVE() IS *implicit*?


GTK_WIDGET_SET_SENSITIVE does not exist, there has always been a
function for this: gtk_widget_set_sensitive().

Also note there are two kinds of functions: the -get-/-set- kind and the
-is- kind, the former for querying/setting whether the widget can be
sensitive and the latter for querying whether it actually is sensitive.
See the documentation.

      this program works on ubuntu 11.10 which is a direct fork of
      debian.  i  was certain it would work on my laptop whivh has the
      latest debian.

Ubuntu contains a newer verison of Gtk+.  You cannot expect a program
developed with a newer version to work with an older version unless you
take care to use only functions that are present in the older version.


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