Commit c61a8f28 authored by Owen Taylor's avatar Owen Taylor

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parent 1c537e58
2001-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
Wed Mar 28 00:03:10 2001 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
[ Patch from Havoc Pennington, hp@redhat.com ]
* gdk/gdkwindow.h gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c:
Add functions gdk_window_begin_resize_drag/begin_move_drag
to start resizing or moving a toplevel window. This
is done either using the _NET_WM_MOVERESIZE protocol,
or, if that isn't present, by emulation.
* gtk/gtkwindow.[ch]: Add functions gtk_begin_move/resize_drag
to export the above to GTK+-land.
* gtk/gtkstyle.[ch]: Add ->draw_resize_grip() paint func.
* gtk/gtkwindow.c gdk/gdkwindow.[ch] (gdk_window_constrain_size):
Move this function into gdkwindow, since we need it
when implementing fallback resizing.
* gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c: gdk_window_set_geometry_hints.
Fix typo when setting gravity.
* gtk/gtkstatusbar.[ch] (gtk_statusbar_set_has_resize_grip):
Add an optional (but on by default) resize grip for resizing
the parent window.
01-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_event_handler):
Don't return TRUE from the event handler,that blocks all
......
2001-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
Wed Mar 28 00:03:10 2001 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
[ Patch from Havoc Pennington, hp@redhat.com ]
* gdk/gdkwindow.h gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c:
Add functions gdk_window_begin_resize_drag/begin_move_drag
to start resizing or moving a toplevel window. This
is done either using the _NET_WM_MOVERESIZE protocol,
or, if that isn't present, by emulation.
* gtk/gtkwindow.[ch]: Add functions gtk_begin_move/resize_drag
to export the above to GTK+-land.
* gtk/gtkstyle.[ch]: Add ->draw_resize_grip() paint func.
* gtk/gtkwindow.c gdk/gdkwindow.[ch] (gdk_window_constrain_size):
Move this function into gdkwindow, since we need it
when implementing fallback resizing.
* gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c: gdk_window_set_geometry_hints.
Fix typo when setting gravity.
* gtk/gtkstatusbar.[ch] (gtk_statusbar_set_has_resize_grip):
Add an optional (but on by default) resize grip for resizing
the parent window.
01-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_event_handler):
Don't return TRUE from the event handler,that blocks all
......
2001-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
Wed Mar 28 00:03:10 2001 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
[ Patch from Havoc Pennington, hp@redhat.com ]
* gdk/gdkwindow.h gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c:
Add functions gdk_window_begin_resize_drag/begin_move_drag
to start resizing or moving a toplevel window. This
is done either using the _NET_WM_MOVERESIZE protocol,
or, if that isn't present, by emulation.
* gtk/gtkwindow.[ch]: Add functions gtk_begin_move/resize_drag
to export the above to GTK+-land.
* gtk/gtkstyle.[ch]: Add ->draw_resize_grip() paint func.
* gtk/gtkwindow.c gdk/gdkwindow.[ch] (gdk_window_constrain_size):
Move this function into gdkwindow, since we need it
when implementing fallback resizing.
* gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c: gdk_window_set_geometry_hints.
Fix typo when setting gravity.
* gtk/gtkstatusbar.[ch] (gtk_statusbar_set_has_resize_grip):
Add an optional (but on by default) resize grip for resizing
the parent window.
01-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_event_handler):
Don't return TRUE from the event handler,that blocks all
......
2001-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
Wed Mar 28 00:03:10 2001 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
[ Patch from Havoc Pennington, hp@redhat.com ]
* gdk/gdkwindow.h gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c:
Add functions gdk_window_begin_resize_drag/begin_move_drag
to start resizing or moving a toplevel window. This
is done either using the _NET_WM_MOVERESIZE protocol,
or, if that isn't present, by emulation.
* gtk/gtkwindow.[ch]: Add functions gtk_begin_move/resize_drag
to export the above to GTK+-land.
* gtk/gtkstyle.[ch]: Add ->draw_resize_grip() paint func.
* gtk/gtkwindow.c gdk/gdkwindow.[ch] (gdk_window_constrain_size):
Move this function into gdkwindow, since we need it
when implementing fallback resizing.
* gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c: gdk_window_set_geometry_hints.
Fix typo when setting gravity.
* gtk/gtkstatusbar.[ch] (gtk_statusbar_set_has_resize_grip):
Add an optional (but on by default) resize grip for resizing
the parent window.
01-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_event_handler):
Don't return TRUE from the event handler,that blocks all
......
2001-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
Wed Mar 28 00:03:10 2001 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
[ Patch from Havoc Pennington, hp@redhat.com ]
* gdk/gdkwindow.h gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c:
Add functions gdk_window_begin_resize_drag/begin_move_drag
to start resizing or moving a toplevel window. This
is done either using the _NET_WM_MOVERESIZE protocol,
or, if that isn't present, by emulation.
* gtk/gtkwindow.[ch]: Add functions gtk_begin_move/resize_drag
to export the above to GTK+-land.
* gtk/gtkstyle.[ch]: Add ->draw_resize_grip() paint func.
* gtk/gtkwindow.c gdk/gdkwindow.[ch] (gdk_window_constrain_size):
Move this function into gdkwindow, since we need it
when implementing fallback resizing.
* gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c: gdk_window_set_geometry_hints.
Fix typo when setting gravity.
* gtk/gtkstatusbar.[ch] (gtk_statusbar_set_has_resize_grip):
Add an optional (but on by default) resize grip for resizing
the parent window.
01-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_event_handler):
Don't return TRUE from the event handler,that blocks all
......
2001-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
Wed Mar 28 00:03:10 2001 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
[ Patch from Havoc Pennington, hp@redhat.com ]
* gdk/gdkwindow.h gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c:
Add functions gdk_window_begin_resize_drag/begin_move_drag
to start resizing or moving a toplevel window. This
is done either using the _NET_WM_MOVERESIZE protocol,
or, if that isn't present, by emulation.
* gtk/gtkwindow.[ch]: Add functions gtk_begin_move/resize_drag
to export the above to GTK+-land.
* gtk/gtkstyle.[ch]: Add ->draw_resize_grip() paint func.
* gtk/gtkwindow.c gdk/gdkwindow.[ch] (gdk_window_constrain_size):
Move this function into gdkwindow, since we need it
when implementing fallback resizing.
* gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c: gdk_window_set_geometry_hints.
Fix typo when setting gravity.
* gtk/gtkstatusbar.[ch] (gtk_statusbar_set_has_resize_grip):
Add an optional (but on by default) resize grip for resizing
the parent window.
01-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_event_handler):
Don't return TRUE from the event handler,that blocks all
......
2001-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
Wed Mar 28 00:03:10 2001 Owen Taylor <otaylor@redhat.com>
[ Patch from Havoc Pennington, hp@redhat.com ]
* gdk/gdkwindow.h gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c:
Add functions gdk_window_begin_resize_drag/begin_move_drag
to start resizing or moving a toplevel window. This
is done either using the _NET_WM_MOVERESIZE protocol,
or, if that isn't present, by emulation.
* gtk/gtkwindow.[ch]: Add functions gtk_begin_move/resize_drag
to export the above to GTK+-land.
* gtk/gtkstyle.[ch]: Add ->draw_resize_grip() paint func.
* gtk/gtkwindow.c gdk/gdkwindow.[ch] (gdk_window_constrain_size):
Move this function into gdkwindow, since we need it
when implementing fallback resizing.
* gdk/x11/gdkwindow-x11.c: gdk_window_set_geometry_hints.
Fix typo when setting gravity.
* gtk/gtkstatusbar.[ch] (gtk_statusbar_set_has_resize_grip):
Add an optional (but on by default) resize grip for resizing
the parent window.
01-03-29 Alexander Larsson <alexl@redhat.com>
* gtk/gtktooltips.c (gtk_tooltips_event_handler):
Don't return TRUE from the event handler,that blocks all
......
......@@ -5,4 +5,5 @@ GObject
GdkWindowImplX11
GdkColormap
GtkSettings
GtkRcStyle
GdkPixbufLoader
......@@ -6,6 +6,7 @@ GObject
GdkPixmap
GdkColormap
GtkSettings
GtkRcStyle
GtkObject
GtkWidget
GtkMisc
......
......@@ -129,3 +129,8 @@ field of the #GtkCheckMenuItem-struct struct to discover the new state.
</para>
<!-- ##### ARG GtkCheckMenuItem:inconsistent ##### -->
<para>
</para>
......@@ -315,6 +315,14 @@ to fit.
@entry: the object which received the signal.
<!-- ##### SIGNAL GtkEntry::populate-popup ##### -->
<para>
</para>
@entry: the object which received the signal.
@arg1:
<!-- ##### SIGNAL GtkEntry::toggle-overwrite ##### -->
<para>
......
......@@ -496,7 +496,6 @@ This can later be composited together with other
#GtkRcStyle structures to form a #GtkStyle.
</para>
@parent_instance:
@name:
@bg_pixmap_name:
@font_desc:
......
......@@ -289,7 +289,7 @@ you don't want a return value.
the callbacks.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_lookup ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_lookup ##### -->
<para>
Given the name of the signal and the type of object it connects
to, get the signal's identifying integer. Emitting the signal
......@@ -299,12 +299,13 @@ by number is somewhat faster than using the name each time.
It also tries the ancestors of the given type.
</para>
@Returns: the signal's identifying number, or 0 if no signal was found.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@name: the signal's name, e.g. clicked.
@object_type: the type that the signal operates on, e.g. #GTK_TYPE_BUTTON.
@Returns: the signal's identifying number, or 0 if no signal was found.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_name ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_name ##### -->
<para>
Given the signal's identifier, find its name.
</para>
......@@ -312,8 +313,9 @@ Given the signal's identifier, find its name.
Two different signals may have the same name, if they have differing types.
</para>
@signal_id: the signal's identifying number.
@Returns: the signal name, or NULL if the signal number was invalid.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@signal_id: the signal's identifying number.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_emit ##### -->
......@@ -381,7 +383,7 @@ an array of GtkArgs instead of using C's varargs mechanism.
followed by one which is a pointer to the return type.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_emit_stop ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_emit_stop ##### -->
<para>
This function aborts a signal's current emission.
</para>
......@@ -395,11 +397,11 @@ It will print a warning if used on a signal which
isn't being emitted.
</para>
@object: the object whose signal handlers you wish to stop.
@signal_id: the signal identifier, as returned by gtk_signal_lookup().
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@i:
@s:
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object whose signal handlers you wish to stop.
@signal_id: the signal identifier, as returned by gtk_signal_lookup().
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_emit_stop_by_name ##### -->
......@@ -415,7 +417,7 @@ except it will lookup the signal id for you.
@name: the name of the signal you wish to stop.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_connect ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_connect ##### -->
<para>
Attach a function pointer and user data to a signal for
a particular object.
......@@ -454,38 +456,38 @@ static void attach_print_signal(GtkButton* button, gint to_print)
</programlisting>
</informalexample>
@o:
@s:
@f:
@d:
@Returns: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object associated with the signal, e.g. if a button
is getting pressed, this is that button.
@name: name of the signal.
@func: function pointer to attach to the signal.
@func_data: value to pass as to your function (through the marshaller).
@Returns: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@s:
@f:
@d:
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_connect_after ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_connect_after ##### -->
<para>
Attach a function pointer and user data to a signal
so that this handler will be called after the other handlers.
</para>
@object: the object associated with the signal.
@name: name of the signal.
@func: function pointer to attach to the signal.
@func_data: value to pass as to your function (through the marshaller).
@Returns: the unique identifier for this attachment: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@s:
@f:
@d:
@Returns: the unique identifier for this attachment: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object associated with the signal.
@name: name of the signal.
@func: function pointer to attach to the signal.
@func_data: value to pass as to your function (through the marshaller).
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_connect_object ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_connect_object ##### -->
<para>
This function is for registering a callback that will
call another object's callback. That is,
......@@ -506,21 +508,21 @@ gtk_signal_connect_object(button, "clicked", gtk_widget_show, window);
</programlisting>
</informalexample>
@o:
@s:
@f:
@d:
@Returns: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal.
@name: the name of the signal.
@func: the function to callback.
@slot_object: the object to pass as the first parameter to func.
(Though it pretends to take an object, you can
really pass any gpointer as the #slot_object .)
@Returns: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@s:
@f:
@d:
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_connect_object_after ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_connect_object_after ##### -->
<para>
Attach a signal hook to a signal, passing in an alternate
object as the first parameter, and guaranteeing
......@@ -528,16 +530,16 @@ that the default handler and all normal
handlers are called first.
</para>
@object: the object associated with the signal.
@name: name of the signal.
@func: function pointer to attach to the signal.
@slot_object: the object to pass as the first parameter to #func.
@Returns: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@s:
@f:
@d:
@Returns: the connection id.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object associated with the signal.
@name: name of the signal.
@func: function pointer to attach to the signal.
@slot_object: the object to pass as the first parameter to #func.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_connect_full ##### -->
......@@ -626,95 +628,98 @@ should signal the removal of this signal.
@name: name of the signal.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_disconnect ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_disconnect ##### -->
<para>
Destroy a user-defined handler connection.
</para>
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which the handler pertains to.
@handler_id: the connection id.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_disconnect_by_func ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_disconnect_by_func ##### -->
<para>
Destroy all connections for a particular object, with
the given function-pointer and user-data.
</para>
@object: the object which emits the signal.
@func: the function pointer to search for.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@f:
@d:
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal.
@func: the function pointer to search for.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_disconnect_by_data ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_disconnect_by_data ##### -->
<para>
Destroy all connections for a particular object, with
the given user-data.
</para>
@object: the object which emits the signal.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@d:
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_block ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_block ##### -->
<para>
Prevent an user-defined handler from being invoked. All other
signal processing will go on as normal, but this particular
handler will ignore it.
</para>
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal to block.
@handler_id: the connection id.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_block_by_func ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_block_by_func ##### -->
<para>
Prevent a user-defined handler from being invoked, by reference to
the user-defined handler's function pointer and user data. (It may result in
multiple hooks being blocked, if you've called connect multiple times.)
</para>
@object: the object which emits the signal to block.
@func: the function pointer of the handler to block.
@data: the user data of the handler to block.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@f:
@d:
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal to block.
@func: the function pointer of the handler to block.
@data: the user data of the handler to block.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_block_by_data ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_block_by_data ##### -->
<para>
Prevent all user-defined handlers with a certain user data from being invoked.
</para>
@object: the object which emits the signal we want to block.
@data: the user data of the handlers to block.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@d:
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal we want to block.
@data: the user data of the handlers to block.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_unblock ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_unblock ##### -->
<para>
Undo a block, by connection id. Note that undoing a block doesn't
necessarily make the hook callable, because if you block a
hook twice, you must unblock it twice.
</para>
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal we want to unblock.
@handler_id: the emission handler identifier, as returned by
gtk_signal_connect(), etc.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_unblock_by_func ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_unblock_by_func ##### -->
<para>
Undo a block, by function pointer and data.
Note that undoing a block doesn't
......@@ -722,29 +727,29 @@ necessarily make the hook callable, because if you block a
hook twice, you must unblock it twice.
</para>
@object: the object which emits the signal we want to unblock.
@func: the function pointer to search for.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@f:
@d:
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal we want to unblock.
@func: the function pointer to search for.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_unblock_by_data ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_unblock_by_data ##### -->
<para>
Undo block(s), to all signals for a particular object
with a particular user-data pointer
</para>
@object: the object which emits the signal we want to unblock.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@d:
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object which emits the signal we want to unblock.
@data: the user data to search for.
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_pending ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_pending ##### -->
<para>
Returns a connection id corresponding to a given signal id and object.
</para>
......@@ -755,36 +760,36 @@ may opt to not emit the signal if no one is attached anyway,
thus saving the cost of building the arguments.
</para>
@i:
@s:
@b:
@Returns: the connection id, if a connection was found. 0 otherwise.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object to search for the desired user-defined handler.
@signal_id: the number of the signal to search for.
@may_be_blocked: whether it is acceptable to return a blocked
handler.
@Returns: the connection id, if a connection was found. 0 otherwise.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@i:
@s:
@b:
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_signal_handler_pending_by_func ##### -->
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_handler_pending_by_func ##### -->
<para>
Returns a connection id corresponding to a given signal id, object, function
pointer and user data.
</para>
@o:
@s:
@b:
@f:
@d:
@Returns: the connection id, if a handler was found. 0 otherwise.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@object: the object to search for the desired handler.
@signal_id: the number of the signal to search for.
@may_be_blocked: whether it is acceptable to return a blocked
handler.
@func: the function pointer to search for.
@data: the user data to search for.
@Returns: the connection id, if a handler was found. 0 otherwise.
<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->
@o:
@s:
@b:
@f:
@d:
<!-- ##### MACRO gtk_signal_default_marshaller ##### -->
......
......@@ -91,6 +91,7 @@ Styles
@draw_handle:
@draw_expander:
@draw_layout:
@draw_resize_grip:
<!-- ##### FUNCTION gtk_style_new ##### -->
<para>
......
......@@ -592,6 +592,14 @@ types related to the text widget and how they work together.
@textview: the object which received the signal.
<!-- ##### SIGNAL GtkTextView::populate-popup ##### -->
<para>
</para>