Re: [gtk-list] Re: GTK--: hello.cc questions
- From: Ionut Borcoman at home <borco mailbox ro>
- To: gtk-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] Re: GTK--: hello.cc questions
- Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 20:14:00 +0000
Owen Taylor wrote:
> There is no "destroy_event".
> There is:
> "delete_event" - The window manager asked the application to
> close the window.
> "destroy" - The widget was destroyed, probably either because
> GTK+ closed the toplevel at the request
> of the WM, or because the application
> called gtk_widget_destroy() explicitly.
> "destroy" is not an event.
> Note that the widget's memory will not be freed, even if it
> is destroyed(), until it's refcount drops to zero.
> See docs/refcounting.txt for more information about destruction,
> finalization and all that. (Or dig up some of my old emails
> about how gtk-- "should" be doing things, though it's probably
> a bit late for that.) Actually, maybe you are just saying
> that you don't know of a "destroy_event" - yes, there isn't
>From the docs generated by GTK--0.9.9
Public member index
... Signal_proxyN<gint,widgettype,GdkEventAny*> destroy_event;
Protected member index
... virtual gint destroy_event_impl(GdkEventAny*);
Similar functions are for "delete". What are these "destroy" functions
I'm a little bit confused as GTK+ tutorial uses a lot the destroy event,
while, as I can see till now, GTK-- preferes delete and doesn't call
delete_event_impl at all.
Can you please detail a bit this problem ? (Or tell me the mane of the
thread you've discussed this in ?
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