Commit 63a204e1 authored by Carlos Soriano Sánchez's avatar Carlos Soriano Sánchez Committed by Matthias Clasen

gtkplacessidebar: add open flags to other locations

We weren't using the open flags on the other locations signal, which
makes impossible for applications like nautilus to act in the same
way that for any other location where the user can choose between
opening in the current view, in a new window or in a new tab.

Add the signal missing parameter in order to allow it.
parent 98fb6f69
......@@ -95,6 +95,11 @@ Release notes for 3.20
on having a theme-provided background, call gtk_render_background()
from your ::draw handler.
* The GtkPlacesSidebar added a GtkPlacesOpenFlags parameter to the
other-locations signal in order to allow opening new windows or
tabs as done with other locations. This breaks the API for those
using the other-locations signal.
Release notes for 3.18
......@@ -2832,6 +2832,7 @@ location_mode_set (GtkFileChooserWidget *impl,
/* Callback used when the places sidebar asks us to show other locations */
static void
places_sidebar_show_other_locations_cb (GtkPlacesSidebar *sidebar,
GtkPlacesOpenFlags open_flags,
GtkFileChooserWidget *impl)
GtkFileChooserWidgetPrivate *priv = impl->priv;
......@@ -340,9 +340,11 @@ emit_show_enter_location (GtkPlacesSidebar *sidebar)
static void
emit_show_other_locations (GtkPlacesSidebar *sidebar)
emit_show_other_locations (GtkPlacesSidebar *sidebar,
GtkPlacesOpenFlags open_flags)
g_signal_emit (sidebar, places_sidebar_signals[SHOW_OTHER_LOCATIONS], 0);
g_signal_emit (sidebar, places_sidebar_signals[SHOW_OTHER_LOCATIONS], 0,
static void
......@@ -2311,7 +2313,7 @@ open_row (GtkSidebarRow *row,
if (place_type == PLACES_OTHER_LOCATIONS)
emit_show_other_locations (sidebar);
emit_show_other_locations (sidebar, open_flags);
else if (uri != NULL)
open_uri (sidebar, uri, open_flags);
else if (place_type == PLACES_CONNECT_TO_SERVER)
......@@ -4308,12 +4310,16 @@ gtk_places_sidebar_class_init (GtkPlacesSidebarClass *class)
* GtkPlacesSidebar::show-other-locations:
* @sidebar: the object which received the signal.
* @open_flags: a single value from #GtkPlacesOpenFlags specifying how it should be opened.
* The places sidebar emits this signal when it needs the calling
* application to present a way to show other locations e.g. drives
* and network access points.
* For example, the application may bring up a page showing persistent
* volumes and discovered network addresses.
* Since 3.20 the signal added the @open_flags parameter in order to be able
* to specify whether the user choose to open the other locations in a different
* tab or window. In this way it behaves like the open-location signal.
* Since: 3.18
......@@ -4324,7 +4330,8 @@ gtk_places_sidebar_class_init (GtkPlacesSidebarClass *class)
G_STRUCT_OFFSET (GtkPlacesSidebarClass, show_other_locations),
* GtkPlacesSidebar::mount:
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