Re: GDK_KP_Decimal (on Windows)


On 8 May 2015 at 07:35, John Emmas <johne53 tiscali co uk> wrote:
On 04/05/2015 16:49, LRN wrote:

-      *ksymp - GDK_KP_DECIMAL; break;
+      *ksymp = GDK_KEY_KP_Decimal; break;

I just updated from gtk-2-24 git which pulled in the above change (commit
#1f74f12d).  Whilst the change might be technically more correct (and it
matches the style for GTK+ version 3) it doesn't match the style that was
being used in version 2.  In version 2, the other entries in
'gdkkeys-win32.c' all seem to use this style:-


as opposed to this:-


I'm not criticising...  just pointing out that the two versions are
different.  Thanks.

It's inconsequential. The GDK_KEY_* and GDK_* key symbol macros are
generated from the same source. The old GDK_* key symbols are
considered deprecated — mostly because they trample all over the GDK
namespace — and the GDK_KEY_* symbols are preferred, especially for
porting to GTK+ 3.x.


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