Re: GtkRecentManager


nothing has changed in GtkRecentManager for quite a while — except
maybe the location of the file, which is in
$HOME/.local/share/recently-used.xbel (as per specification) instead
of $HOME/.recently-used.xbel. the file is automatically migrated by
gtk 2.x from the location in $HOME to $HOME/.local/share; gtk 3.x
already assumes the file is in its specified location. that's pretty
much the only change in GtkRecentManager since the 2.x days.


On 15 January 2014 15:46, Craig Bakalian <craigbakalian verizon net> wrote:

I have finally  reworked my app to get around the depreciated -


and, happily it is working the way it did in gtk2.

Gosh, programming with pipes is difficult.  I felt like a programming

But, something has come up with GtkRecentManager.  It isn't working properly
and I can't find the bug- in my code or gtk3.  Is this a known issue?  It
clears the file items it is supposed to remember. Another application that
edits lilypond files, built with Qt is actually setting recent files.  I
start up my app, the recent files are in my recent files menu (because of
the other application), then I edit, save, the files and quit, then start up
my app again and the recent files are gone.

My app never did this until Ubuntu 13.10.

I have no depreciations in my build, so my old gtk2 code seems okay.

Craig Bakalian
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