Re: signals, objects, user_data and stuff.

>>>>> "TJ" == Tim Janik <> writes:

 TJ> i'm not sure this solves your problem, but even for
 TJ> connect_object handlers, you get a gpointer data; argument. it's
 TJ> the object that the signal is emitted upon, so if you already
 TJ> have a nodeX->intX association, you're set: know what, I was already aware of the fact that I also got
the emitting object in the callback I just didn't see the obvious
implication.  Now it's totally obvious what I should do.


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