The CList functions all take a guint specifying the row number to access the data of a row in gtk_clist_get_row_data The CTree functions take the node pointer instead, in gtk_ctree_node_get_row_data Why? A CTree is a CList and shouldn't I be able to use gtk_clist_get_row_data on a CTree too? I ask because the selection is a list of row numbers in both cases and seems to be the only way of accessing the current selection (see my previous question) Nils -- Quotes from the net, featuring John Lapeyre[L] and Christopher F. Miller [M]: M> I'm not sure what the right words are to describe Upside. Last month they M> mentioned the sendmail **web server** as an example of the failure of the M> open source process.... L> Well, sendmail does a lousy job of serving webpages.
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