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

I would be interested if it also gave a breif intro to C, and using GTK with

Of course, by the time it would be published, I'll know these things, but
how many more people like me will there be then, considering Linux is
growing so fast?

Nathan R Heagy
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-----Original Message-----
From: Bradley Burnside <>
To: <>
Date: January 13, 1999 1:30 PM
Subject: [gtk-list] Re: A small mistake in the documentation

>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
>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.
>thinking of writting such a thing for GTK.  (O'Reilly are the people who
>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,
>> *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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