Thu, 13 Jan 2005 20:52:40 -0500
I think there are two widgets.
Combo and ComboBox.
Combo uses PopdownString. ComboBox uses the TreeModel interface. In =
2.4, Combo is deprecated in favor of CombBox.
Combo works fine for me.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Francis =
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 4:47 AM
To: Viktor Stansvik
Cc: Listan gtk-sharp
Subject: Re: [Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk.ComboBox?
El s=E1b, 18-12-2004 a las 15:11 +0100, Viktor Stansvik escribi=F3:
> I was just wondering whether any work on implementing Gtk.ComboBox is=20
> being done? I would do it myself if I had the skills, but I don't=20
> think that I have. It's quite a critical widget I think.
ComboBox widget is implemented in both mono series: 1.0.x stable, and =
testing. But, both implementation differs.
ComboBox widget is one of those widgets who have change its interface =
gtk-2.2 to gtk-2.4. However, gtk-2.4 interface also support 2.2 but not =
the other way.
You'll find gtk-sharp examples that the combo is filled up by using a
"combo.PopdownString" interface and other examples, using the new =
which fill up the combo by using a View-Model fashion.
The issue is that mono stable series (1.0.x) uses gtk-2.2 so, gtk-sharp
interface must comply the PopDownString interface in order to make your =
compatible with all mono stable supported platforms.=20
If you are not planing to use the mono stable series, you can use the =
Combo interface which is bundle with the testing 1.1 mono series.
> -- viktor
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Francis Brosnan Blazquez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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