A quick question: GtkTreeIter and GtkTreePath


I'm porting a gtk-perl application to gtk2-perl-xs and are currently
fighting with GtkCLists and GtkCTrees.

There are several ways of adressing an element in a list, but what are
the differences and respective merits of Gtk2::TreeIter, Gtk2::TreePath
and Gtk2::RowReference?

Currently I use TreeIter mostly, since it seems to contain decoded data,
while the string representation of TreePath intuitively seems slower.

What's the point of having so many different ways of doing the same?

René Seindal (rene seindal dk)                  http://sights.seindal.dk/

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