RE : Problems with special characters and insert-text on Gtk2::Entry

Like you say, if you remove the callback insert-text it's going to work and
I would also add that if you change signal_connect to signal_connect_after,
it's also going to work.

--- Christian Jodar <tian c-sait net> a écrit :


I have a problem with Gtk2::Entry when I connect a callback to insert-text
signal. All the special characters I could enter (I tested with é or à in
french) are replaced with 2 characters ("é" or "à "). It looks like a UTF-8
encoding problem.

This doesn't occur when removing the callback. I am using Gtk2-Perl 1.140.
There is below a small example that shows this.

Is this a known problem that has been fixed in a newer release and/or is there
a workaround?

Thank you for any help.



use Gtk2;

my $window = new Gtk2::Window('toplevel');

my $entry = new Gtk2::Entry;
# Everything is OK without the next line.
$entry->signal_connect('insert-text' => sub {return ()});

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