Re: GTK MenuShell Nested Menu's

On 17 March 2011 12:08, Kevin Anthony <kevin s anthony gmail com> wrote:
> Thanks, that helped alot, but now i'm suck again
> i'm populating the submenu's like this:
> if (!(g_strcmp0(progType,menu1))){
>                        GtkWidget *item;
>                        item = gtk_menu_item_new_with_label(progName);
>                        gtk_menu_shell_append(GTK_MENU_SHELL (menu1), item);
>                        printf("%s\n",sptr);
> g_signal_connect_swapped(item,"activate",G_CALLBACK(callback1),(gpointer)"Callback1");
>                }else if (!(g_strcmp0(progType,menu2))){
>                        GtkWidget *item2;
>                        item2 = gtk_menu_item_new_with_label(progName);
>                        gtk_menu_shell_append(GTK_MENU_SHELL (menu2), item2);
> g_signal_connect_swapped(item2,"activate",G_CALLBACK(callback2),NULL);
>                }
> void callback1(GtkWidget *widget, gpointer data){
>      printf("callback called\n,%s\n",(char*) data);
> }
> and data is garbage.
> i read in a bunch of file names in the format progName.progType.xml.
> but if i have more then one of a given progType, i need full file
> name, it's stored in sptr, but it gets freed at the end of this loop.
> so i tired gtk_widget_set_name(item,sptr) but when in callback1, i
> called gtk_widget_get_name, it falled assert is widget.

g_signal_connect_swapped swaps the object and the data, thats why they
are both wrong


> what's the proper way of doing this?
> Thanks
> Kevin

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