Commit 7b0e05fc authored by Matthias Clasen's avatar Matthias Clasen Committed by Matthias Clasen

Use gtk-doc abbrevs instead of spelled out links.

2005-05-16  Matthias Clasen  <mclasen@redhat.com>

	* gtk/tree_widget.sgml: Use gtk-doc abbrevs instead of
	spelled out links.

	* gtk/gtk-docs.sgml: Included the processed file xml/tree_widget.sgml.

	* gtk/Makefile.am (expand_content_files): Add tree_widget.sgml.
parent 37a4e334
2005-05-16 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* configure.in (GTK_DOC_CHECK): Check for gtk-doc 1.4.
* gtk/gtktoggleaction.c (connect_proxy): Be more careful when
casting. (#304089, Philip Langdale)
......
2005-05-16 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* configure.in (GTK_DOC_CHECK): Check for gtk-doc 1.4.
* gtk/gtktoggleaction.c (connect_proxy): Be more careful when
casting. (#304089, Philip Langdale)
......
2005-05-16 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* configure.in (GTK_DOC_CHECK): Check for gtk-doc 1.4.
* gtk/gtktoggleaction.c (connect_proxy): Be more careful when
casting. (#304089, Philip Langdale)
......
......@@ -1543,7 +1543,7 @@ fi
# Checks for gtk-doc and docbook-tools
##################################################
GTK_DOC_CHECK([1.0])
GTK_DOC_CHECK([1.4])
AC_CHECK_PROG(DB2HTML, db2html, true, false)
AM_CONDITIONAL(HAVE_DOCBOOK, $DB2HTML)
......
2005-05-16 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* gtk/tree_widget.sgml: Use gtk-doc abbrevs instead of
spelled out links.
* gtk/gtk-docs.sgml: Included the processed file xml/tree_widget.sgml.
* gtk/Makefile.am (expand_content_files): Add tree_widget.sgml.
2005-05-08 Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
* gdk/tmpl/visuals.sgml: Fix a typo (#303473, Masao Mutoh)
......
......@@ -110,6 +110,9 @@ content_files = \
gtk-update-icon-cache.xml \
visual_index.xml
expand_content_files = \
tree_widget.sgml
# Images to copy into HTML directory
HTML_IMAGES = \
$(top_srcdir)/gtk/stock-icons/stock_about_24.png \
......
......@@ -176,7 +176,7 @@
<!ENTITY index-Objects-Grouped SYSTEM "objects_grouped.sgml">
<!ENTITY gtk-TextWidget SYSTEM "text_widget.sgml">
<!ENTITY gtk-TreeWidget SYSTEM "tree_widget.sgml">
<!ENTITY gtk-TreeWidget SYSTEM "xml/tree_widget.sgml">
<!ENTITY gtk-Compiling SYSTEM "compiling.sgml">
<!ENTITY gtk-Building SYSTEM "building.sgml">
<!ENTITY gtk-Running SYSTEM "running.sgml">
......
......@@ -7,18 +7,15 @@
<refnamediv>
<refname>Tree and List Widget Overview</refname>
<refpurpose>Overview of <link
linkend="GtkTreeModel">GtkTreeModel</link>, <link
linkend="GtkTreeView">GtkTreeView</link>, and other associated widgets</refpurpose>
<refpurpose>Overview of #GtkTreeModel, #GtkTreeView, and other
associated widgets</refpurpose>
</refnamediv>
<refsect1>
<title>Overview</title>
<para>
To create a tree or list in GTK+, use the <link
linkend="GtkTreeModel">GtkTreeModel</link> interface in
conjunction with the <link
linkend="GtkTreeView">GtkTreeView</link> widget. This widget is
To create a tree or list in GTK+, use the #GtkTreeModel interface in
conjunction with the #GtkTreeView widget. This widget is
designed around a <firstterm>Model/View/Controller</firstterm>
design and consists of four major parts:
<simplelist>
......@@ -46,13 +43,12 @@
<refsect1>
<title>Creating a model</title>
<para>
GTK+ provides two simple models that can be used: the <link
linkend="GtkListStore">GtkListStore</link> and the <link
linkend="GtkTreeStore">GtkTreeStore</link>. GtkListStore is used
to model list widgets, while the GtkTreeStore models trees. It
is possible to develop a new type of model, but the existing
models should be satisfactory for all but the most specialized of
situations. Creating the model is quite simple:
GTK+ provides two simple models that can be used: the #GtkListStore
and the #GtkTreeStore. GtkListStore is used to model list widgets,
while the GtkTreeStore models trees. It is possible to develop a new
type of model, but the existing models should be satisfactory for all
but the most specialized of situations. Creating the model is quite
simple:
</para>
<informalexample><programlisting><![CDATA[
GtkListStore *store = gtk_list_store_new (2, G_TYPE_STRING, G_TYPE_BOOLEAN);
......@@ -80,16 +76,15 @@ GtkTreeStore *store = gtk_tree_store_new (N_COLUMNS, /* Total number of co
G_TYPE_BOOLEAN); /* Is checked out? */
]]></programlisting></informalexample>
<para>
Adding data to the model is done using <link linkend="gtk-tree-store-set">
gtk_tree_store_set()</link> or <link linkend="gtk-list-store-set">
gtk_list_store_set()</link>, depending upon which sort of model was
created. To do this, a <link linkend="GtkTreeIter">GtkTreeIter</link> must
be acquired. The iterator points to the location where data will be added.
Adding data to the model is done using gtk_tree_store_set() or
gtk_list_store_set(), depending upon which sort of model was
created. To do this, a #GtkTreeIter must be acquired. The iterator
points to the location where data will be added.
</para>
<para>
Once an iterator has been acquired, <link linkend="gtk-tree-store-set">
gtk_tree_store_set()</link> is used to apply data to the part of the model
that the iterator points to. Consider the following example:
Once an iterator has been acquired, gtk_tree_store_set() is used to
apply data to the part of the model that the iterator points to.
Consider the following example:
</para>
<informalexample><programlisting><![CDATA[
GtkTreeIter iter;
......@@ -110,7 +105,7 @@ gtk_tree_store_set (store, &iter,
columns in a given row.
</para>
<para>
The third argument to <link linkend="gtk-tree-store-append">gtk_tree_store_append()</link> is the parent iterator. It
The third argument to gtk_tree_store_append() is the parent iterator. It
is used to add a row to a GtkTreeStore as a child of an existing row. This
means that the new row will only be visible when its parent is visible and
in its expanded state. Consider the following example:
......@@ -148,11 +143,9 @@ gtk_tree_store_set (store, &iter2,
<para>
While there are several different models to choose from, there is
only one view widget to deal with. It works with either the list
or the tree store. Setting up a <link
linkend="GtkTreeView">GtkTreeView</link> is not a difficult
matter. It needs a <link
linkend="GtkTreeModel">GtkTreeModel</link> to know where to
retrieve its data from.
or the tree store. Setting up a #GtkTreeView is not a difficult
matter. It needs a #GtkTreeModel to know where to retrieve its data
from.
</para>
<informalexample><programlisting><![CDATA[
GtkWidget *tree;
......@@ -163,32 +156,27 @@ tree = gtk_tree_view_new_with_model (GTK_TREE_MODEL (store));
<refsect2>
<title>Columns and cell renderers</title>
<para>
Once the <link linkend="GtkTreeView">GtkTreeView</link> widget
has a model, it will need to know how to display the model. It
does this with columns and cell renderers.
Once the #GtkTreeView widget has a model, it will need to know how
to display the model. It does this with columns and cell renderers.
</para>
<para>
Cell renderers are used to draw the data in the tree model in a
way. There are a number of cell renderers that come with GTK+ 2.x,
including the <link
linkend="GtkCellRendererText">GtkCellRendererText</link>, <link
linkend="GtkCellRendererPixbuf">GtkCellRendererPixbuf</link> and
the <link
linkend="GtkCellRendererToggle">GtkCellRendererToggle</link>.
including the #GtkCellRendererText, #GtkCellRendererPixbuf and
the #GtkCellRendererToggle.
It is relatively easy to write a custom renderer.
</para>
<para>
A <link linkend="GtkTreeViewColumn">GtkTreeViewColumn</link> is the
object that GtkTreeView uses to organize the vertical columns in
the tree view. It needs to know the name of the column to label
for the user, what type of cell renderer to use, and which piece of
data to retrieve from the model for a given row.
A #GtkTreeViewColumn is the object that GtkTreeView uses to organize
the vertical columns in the tree view. It needs to know the name of
the column to label for the user, what type of cell renderer to use,
and which piece of data to retrieve from the model for a given row.
</para>
<informalexample><programlisting><![CDATA[
GtkCellRenderer *renderer;
GtkTreeViewColumn *column;
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_text_new ();
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_text_new (<!-- -->);
column = gtk_tree_view_column_new_with_attributes ("Author",
renderer,
"text", AUTHOR_COLUMN,
......@@ -205,9 +193,9 @@ gtk_tree_view_append_column (GTK_TREE_VIEW (tree), column);
<refsect2>
<title>Selection handling</title>
<para>
Most applications will need to not only deal with displaying data, but also
receiving input events from users. To do this, simply get a reference to
a selection object and connect to the "changed" signal.
Most applications will need to not only deal with displaying data, but
also receiving input events from users. To do this, simply get a
reference to a selection object and connect to the "changed" signal.
</para>
<informalexample><programlisting><![CDATA[
/* Prototype for selection handler callback */
......@@ -249,13 +237,11 @@ tree_selection_changed_cb (GtkTreeSelection *selection, gpointer data)
<refsect1>
<title>Simple Example</title>
<para>
Here is a simple example of using a <link
linkend="GtkTreeView">GtkTreeView</link> widget in context of the
other widgets. It simply creates a simple model and view, and
puts them together. Note that the model is never populated with
data &mdash; that is left as an exercise for the reader. More
information can be found on this in the <link
linkend="GtkTreeStore">GtkTreeModel</link> section.
Here is a simple example of using a #GtkTreeView widget in context
of the other widgets. It simply creates a simple model and view,
and puts them together. Note that the model is never populated
with data &mdash; that is left as an exercise for the reader.
More information can be found on this in the #GtkTreeModel section.
<informalexample><programlisting><![CDATA[
enum
{
......@@ -292,7 +278,7 @@ setup_tree (void)
/* Create a cell render and arbitrarily make it red for demonstration
* purposes */
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_text_new ();
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_text_new (<!-- -->);
g_object_set (G_OBJECT (renderer),
"foreground", "red",
NULL);
......@@ -307,7 +293,7 @@ setup_tree (void)
gtk_tree_view_append_column (GTK_TREE_VIEW (tree), column);
/* Second column.. title of the book. */
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_text_new ();
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_text_new (<!-- -->);
column = gtk_tree_view_column_new_with_attributes ("Title",
renderer,
"text", TITLE_COLUMN,
......@@ -315,7 +301,7 @@ setup_tree (void)
gtk_tree_view_append_column (GTK_TREE_VIEW (tree), column);
/* Last column.. whether a book is checked out. */
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_toggle_new ();
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_toggle_new (<!-- -->);
column = gtk_tree_view_column_new_with_attributes ("Checked out",
renderer,
"active", CHECKED_COLUMN,
......
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