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Package: gtkmm-documentation (3.12.0-1)
About Users Administrators Developers. Programming with gtkmm 3. Unix and Linux 2. Headers and Linking 3.
Hello World in gtkmm. Iterating over Model Rows 9. Drag and Drop 9. Popup Context Menu 9. The chosen item Responding to changes Simple Text Example ComboBox with an Entry.
Widgets and ChildAnchors Menubar and Toolbar Resource and glib-compile-resources Drag and Drop Creating an Adjustment Using Adjustments the Easy Way The Cairo Drawing Model Drawing Straight Lines Drawing Curved Lines Drawing Arcs and Circles Creating a Clock with Cairo. Sources and Destinations Export to PDF documenttion Extending the print dialog Plugs and Sockets Example.
Preparing your project Marking strings for translation Getting help with translations. Using a gtkmm widget. A trivial application Populating the window An application menu A preference dialog Adding a search bar Adding a side bar Checking for null A. Connecting signal handlers B.
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Writing signal handlers B. Disconnecting signal handlers B. Overriding default signal handlers B. Binding extra arguments B. X Event signals B. Exceptions in signal handlers.
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Building gtkmm on Win Setting up jhbuild F. Installing and Using the git version of gtkmm.
The build structure G. Hand-coded source files G.
Problems in the C API. About This Document Introduction. This website is available in many languages Switch Language. Hosted by Red Hat.