Andrew E. Makeev wrote:
В Птн, 15/12/2006 в 18:35 +0100, David Nečas (Yeti) пишет:
These are my notes from the time:
On Fri, Dec 15, 2006 at 08:05:53PM +0300, Andrew E. Makeev wrote:
I am not sure if that line was removed from code for purpose or
If someone could look thru CVS history and find that out, it would be
Nice work, David. Thank you.
Changes for gtktreeview 126.96.36.199:
Mon Nov 15 14:25:21 2004 Jonathan Blandford <jrb redhat com>
* gtk/gtktreeviewcolumn.c (_gtk_tree_view_column_cell_set_dirty):
Patch from Gavin Romig-Koch <gavin redhat com> to no longer reset
the resized_width when marking a column dirty.
Could we ask Gavin now, what was that patch for?
Probably, we could do work around to avoid missing that double-click
_gtk_tree_view_column_cell_set_dirty is often called repeatedly on the
column, for instance by gtk_tree_view_column_set_attributesv which
through gtk_tree_view_column_clear_attributes, and then again through
gtk_tree_view_column_add_attribute. Because _set_dirty sets
to the max of requested_width and button_request, and also sets
requested_width to -1:
tree_column->resized_width = MAX (tree_column->requested_width,
tree_column->requested_width = -1;
repeatedly calling _set_dirty will force resized_width to
can be seen in Nautilus by resizing the File Name column and then
It does not make sense for _gtk_tree_view_column_cell_set_dirty to be
resized_width. _set_dirty is used to tell the column cell that one or
display related attributes of the cell have changed, and that the cell
to be re-rendered and re-displayed. resized_width keeps track of the
that the user has resized a column directly with the mouse, and what
resized it to.