RE: [gtk-list] Re: A small mistake in the documentation

Hi Bradley,

Not a newbie book, but you could count on me for something more substantial.

On 13-Jan-99 Bradley Burnside wrote:
> Just wondering for my own curiosity.  How many people would be interested if
> a
> book was written on GTK.  Like the tutorial, but a published book with more
> examples and longer explanations.  Who would be open in buying such a thing?
> It wouldn't be an advanced book but a beginners to average user book.
> I know O'Reilly is publishing a book on Programming with Qt this January. 
> I'm
> thinking of writting such a thing for GTK.  (O'Reilly are the people who make
> the animal books).
> Who would be interested?
>         bradley
> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I hope this is the right place for reporting a small mistake in the
>> documentation. If it's not, please let me know who should I send the
>> emails to.
>> In the gtk reference guide, the function GdkPixmap() is so declared:
>> GtkWidget* gtk_pixmap_new (GdkPixmap *normal, GdkPixmap *active, GdkPixmap
>> *prelight, GdkPixmap *selected, GdkPixmap *insensitive)
>> In the source code, it is declared:
>> GtkWidget*
>> gtk_pixmap_new (GdkPixmap *val,
>>                 GdkBitmap *mask)
>> I am not sure what I said was correct... if it's not, I apologise with
>> everybody.
>> Also, I am learning GTK now (that's why I found the problem in the
>> documentation). this the right place to ask questions?
>> Thanks a lot!
>> Merc.
>> Penguin Net
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E-Mail: Geoffrey Leach <>
Date: 13-Jan-99
Time: 11:31:00

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