[Gtk-sharp-list] Documentation of Gtk# generated XML
mkestner at novell.com
Thu Aug 10 11:28:08 EDT 2006
On Fri, 2006-08-11 at 00:57 +1000, Jonathan Morgan wrote:
> Thanks. I looked at this, but, while interesting, it doesn't give the
> information I want. One of the things I really want to know is: what
> is the differences between tags like type, object, boxed and struct,
> all of which share some common tags, but seem to have different
> constraints on what can be in them.
type is only used as an attribute, and indicates the type of a parameter
or return value.
object indicates a GObject subclass. They can have fields, methods,
constructors, virtual_methods, properties, and signals.
struct and boxed are non-GObject structs where boxed also has a GType.
They only have fields, methods, and ctors.
Mike Kestner <mkestner at novell.com>
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