1. 11 Oct, 2010 1 commit
    • Owen W. Taylor's avatar
      Fix handling of the geometry widget · 88cf5470
      Owen W. Taylor authored
      The geometry widget feature of gtk_window_set_geometry_hints() has
      never really worked right because the calculation that GTK+ did to
      compute the base size of the window only worked when the geometry
      widget had a larger minimum size than anything else in the window.
      
      Setup:
      * Move the GtkSizeGroup private functions to a new private header
        gtksizegroup-private.h
      * Add the possibilty to pass flags to _gtk_size_group_queue_resize(),
        with the flag GTK_QUEUE_RESIZE_INVALIDATE_ONLY to suppress adding
        the widget's toplevel to the resize queue.
      * _gtk_container_resize_invalidate() is added to implement that feature
      * _gtk_widget_override_size_request()/_gtk_widget_restore_size_request()
        allow temporarily forcing a large minimum size on the geometry
        widget without creating resize loops.
      
      GtkWindow:
      * Compute the extra width/height around the geometry widget
        correctly; print a warning if the computation fails.
      * Always make the minimum size at least the natural minimum
        size of the toplevel; GTK+ now fails badly with underallocation.
      * Always set the base size hint; we were failing to set it
        properly when the specified minimum size was overriden, but
        it's harmless to always set it.
      
      Tests:
      * New test 'testgeometry' that replaces the 'gridded geometry' test
        from testgtk. The new test is roughly similar but creates a bunch
        of windows showing different possibilities.
      * The testgtk test is removed. No need to have both.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=68668
      88cf5470