Commit fec0c4c2 authored by Carlos Soriano Sánchez's avatar Carlos Soriano Sánchez Committed by Matthias Clasen

Revert "gtkplacessidebar: add open flags to other locations"

This reverts commit 63a204e1 since it broke the API.
We will add a new signal instead in an upcomming patch.

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=754743
parent 303fdfbe
......@@ -110,11 +110,6 @@ Release notes for 3.20
However, all previously existing objects still derive from GtkWidget,
so no existing code should break.
* 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.
* The way in which GtkLevelBar determines the offset to apply was
a bit inconsistent in the past; this has been fixed. Applications
that are using custom offsets should double-check that their
......
......@@ -2832,7 +2832,6 @@ 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;
......
......@@ -341,11 +341,9 @@ emit_show_enter_location (GtkPlacesSidebar *sidebar)
}
static void
emit_show_other_locations (GtkPlacesSidebar *sidebar,
GtkPlacesOpenFlags open_flags)
emit_show_other_locations (GtkPlacesSidebar *sidebar)
{
g_signal_emit (sidebar, places_sidebar_signals[SHOW_OTHER_LOCATIONS], 0,
open_flags);
g_signal_emit (sidebar, places_sidebar_signals[SHOW_OTHER_LOCATIONS], 0);
}
static void
......@@ -2324,7 +2322,7 @@ open_row (GtkSidebarRow *row,
NULL);
if (place_type == PLACES_OTHER_LOCATIONS)
emit_show_other_locations (sidebar, open_flags);
emit_show_other_locations (sidebar);
else if (uri != NULL)
open_uri (sidebar, uri, open_flags);
else if (place_type == PLACES_CONNECT_TO_SERVER)
......@@ -4328,16 +4326,12 @@ 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
*/
......@@ -4348,8 +4342,7 @@ gtk_places_sidebar_class_init (GtkPlacesSidebarClass *class)
G_STRUCT_OFFSET (GtkPlacesSidebarClass, show_other_locations),
NULL, NULL,
_gtk_marshal_VOID__VOID,
G_TYPE_NONE, 1,
GTK_TYPE_PLACES_OPEN_FLAGS);
G_TYPE_NONE, 0);
/**
* GtkPlacesSidebar::mount:
......
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