Re: custom treemodel?

> On Wed, 2006-05-17 at 09:49 +0200, Murray Cumming wrote:
>> [snip]
>> > Actually, I wonder if it is possible that gtkmm provide custom model
>> > implementation. Developer should just provide data container class
>> > derived from some Gtk::virtual-base class and reimplement methods to
>> > get/set data from/to your container by given Gtk::TreeModelPath or
>> > Gtk::TreeIter, and column index/reference, and methods to sort data if
>> > needed. Just there is too much code you should rewrite for your custom
>> > model now.
>> This would be cool. It would be best to attempt it outside of gtkmm
>> first.
> even cooler if it actually derived from some STL abstract type,

What kind of type do you mean exactly? Standard C++ containers are not
meant to be used as base classes. They do conform to standard
types/requirements, but I think those are just concepts rather than actual

> so that
> those of us (and i am sure there are many) who typically have our Model
> stored as std::SomeSTLContainerType<SomeApplicationType*> can easily use
> it.

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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