Re: [CList] Making a CList user-modifiable


youre not the only one who has asked, and though im rather embarrased by
the code, you could take a look at	im willing to
answer any questions you may have about them.

alternatively, someone could finish this part (and others) of gtkclist.c

static void
set_cell_contents (GtkCList    *clist,


      old_text = GTK_CELL_PIXTEXT (clist_row->cell[column])->text;
      old_pixmap = GTK_CELL_PIXTEXT (clist_row->cell[column])->pixmap;
      old_mask = GTK_CELL_PIXTEXT (clist_row->cell[column])->mask;
      /* unimplimented */

anyways, i hope this helps.

From: Jean-Christophe Berthon
Subject: [CList] Making a CList user-modifiable
Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2001 10:21:18 +0200

> Hello,
>  I've sent an email (subject "About CList" 5th July) about the CList and if
>  they were a possibility for the user to modify an element in the same way as
>  with a spreadsheet (like gnumeric or excel).
>  If this object cannot do it, it there a workaround? Or tips? Or maybe
>  another similar object which can do it.
>  I've tried to have a look at gnumeric but it seems that they built there own
>  spreadsheet, drawing each lines, etc. I've pitily not enough time to think
>  of something similar. I'd need an already built widget doing that kind of
>  work.
>  Thanks a lot in advance for any answer. Every tips or suggestion will be
>  really useful,
>  Have a nice day.
>  Best regards,
>  ---
>  Jean-Christophe Berthon
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