GtkCList

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GtkCList

A multi-columned scrolling list widget

Keywords
internal
Methods and Functions

gtkCListNew(columns = 1, show = TRUE) gtkCListNewWithTitles(columns = 1, titles, show = TRUE) gtkCListSetShadowType(object, type) gtkCListSetSelectionMode(object, mode) gtkCListFreeze(object) gtkCListThaw(object) gtkCListColumnTitlesShow(object) gtkCListColumnTitlesHide(object) gtkCListColumnTitleActive(object, column) gtkCListColumnTitlePassive(object, column) gtkCListColumnTitlesActive(object) gtkCListColumnTitlesPassive(object) gtkCListSetColumnTitle(object, column, title) gtkCListSetColumnWidget(object, column, widget) gtkCListSetColumnJustification(object, column, justification) gtkCListSetColumnVisibility(object, column, visible) gtkCListSetColumnResizeable(object, column, resizeable) gtkCListSetColumnAutoResize(object, column, auto.resize) gtkCListOptimalColumnWidth(object, column) gtkCListSetColumnWidth(object, column, width) gtkCListSetColumnMinWidth(object, column, min.width) gtkCListSetColumnMaxWidth(object, column, max.width) gtkCListSetRowHeight(object, height) gtkCListMoveto(object, row, column, row.align, col.align) gtkCListRowIsVisible(object, row) gtkCListGetCellType(object, row, column) gtkCListSetText(w, row, cols, values, zeroBased = TRUE) gtkCListGetText(w, row, cols, zeroBased = TRUE) gtkCListSetPixmap(object, row, column, pixmap, mask = NULL) gtkCListGetPixmap(object, row, column) gtkCListSetPixtext(object, row, column, text, spacing, pixmap, mask) gtkCListGetPixtext(object, row, column) gtkCListSetForeground(object, row, color) gtkCListSetBackground(object, row, color) gtkCListSetCellStyle(object, row, column, style) gtkCListGetCellStyle(object, row, column) gtkCListSetRowStyle(object, row, style) gtkCListGetRowStyle(object, row) gtkCListSetShift(object, row, column, vertical, horizontal) gtkCListSetSelectable(object, row, selectable) gtkCListGetSelectable(object, row) gtkCListPrepend(object, text) gtkCListAppend(object, text) gtkCListInsert(object, row, text) gtkCListRemove(object, row) gtkCListSetRowData(object, row, data = NULL) gtkCListSetRowDataFull(object, row, data = NULL) gtkCListGetRowData(object, row) gtkCListFindRowFromData(object, data) gtkCListSelectRow(object, row, column) gtkCListUnselectRow(object, row, column) gtkCListUndoSelection(object) gtkCListClear(object) gtkCListGetSelectionInfo(object, x, y) gtkCListSelectAll(object) gtkCListUnselectAll(object) gtkCListSwapRows(object, row1, row2) gtkCListSetCompareFunc(object, cmp.func) gtkCListSetSortColumn(object, column) gtkCListSetSortType(object, sort.type) gtkCListSort(object) gtkCListSetAutoSort(object, auto.sort) gtkCListColumnsAutosize(object) gtkCListGetColumnTitle(object, column) gtkCListGetColumnWidget(object, column) gtkCListGetHadjustment(object) gtkCListGetVadjustment(object) gtkCListRowMove(object, source.row, dest.row) gtkCListSetButtonActions(object, button, button.actions) gtkCListSetHadjustment(object, adjustment) gtkCListSetReorderable(object, reorderable) gtkCListSetUseDragIcons(object, use.icons) gtkCListSetVadjustment(object, adjustment) gtkCList(columns = 1, titles, show = TRUE)

Hierarchy

GObject
   +----GInitiallyUnowned
         +----GtkObject
               +----GtkWidget
                     +----GtkContainer
                           +----GtkCList
                                 +----GtkCTree

Interfaces

GtkCList implements AtkImplementorIface and GtkBuildable.

Detailed Description

The GtkCList widget is a very useful multi-columned scrolling list. It can display data in nicely aligned vertical columns, with titles at the top of the list. GtkCList has been deprecated since GTK+ 2.0 and should not be used in newly written code. Use GtkTreeView instead.

Structures

GtkCList
WARNING: GtkCList is deprecated and should not be used in newly-written code. This is the embodiment of the GtkCList widget. This structure contains only private data, and should be accessed only via the CList API.
GtkCListRow
WARNING: GtkCListRow is deprecated and should not be used in newly-written code. A structure that the GtkCList widget uses to keep track of information about its rows.
cell
[GtkCell]
state
[GtkStateType]
foreground
[GdkColor]
background
[GdkColor]
style
[GtkStyle]
data
[Robject]
destroy
[GtkDestroyNotify]
fgSet
[numeric]
bgSet
[numeric]
selectable
[numeric]

Convenient Construction

gtkCList is the result of collapsing the constructors of GtkCList (gtkCListNew, gtkCListNewWithTitles) and accepts a subset of its arguments matching the required arguments of one of its delegate constructors.

Enums and Flags

GtkCellType
WARNING: GtkCellType is deprecated and should not be used in newly-written code. Identifies the type of element in the current cell of the CList. Cells can contain text, pixmaps, or both. Unfortunately support for GTK_CELL_WIDGET was never completed.
empty
undocumented
text
undocumented
pixmap
undocumented
pixtext
undocumented
widget
undocumented
GtkButtonAction
WARNING: GtkButtonAction is deprecated and should not be used in newly-written code. Values for specifying what mouse button events a CList will react to.
ignored
undocumented
selects
undocumented
drags
undocumented
expands
undocumented
GtkCListDragPos
WARNING: GtkCListDragPos is deprecated and should not be used in newly-written code. An enumeration for drag operations.
none
undocumented
before
undocumented
into
undocumented
after
undocumented

User Functions

Signals

abort-column-resize(clist, user.data)
This signal is emitted when a column resize is aborted.
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
click-column(clist, column, user.data)
This signal is emitted when a column title is clicked.
clist
The object which received the signal.
column
The number of the column.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
end-selection(clist, user.data)
This signal is emitted when a selection ends in a multiple selection CList.
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
extend-selection(clist, scroll.type, position, auto.start.selection, user.data)
This signal is emitted when the selection is extended.
clist
the object which received the signal.
scroll.type
A GtkScrollType value of any scrolling operation the occured during the selection.
position
A value between 0.0 and 1.0.
auto.start.selection
TRUE or FALSE.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
resize-column(clist, column, width, user.data)
This signal is emitted when a column is resized.
clist
The object which received the signal.
column
The number of the column
width
The new width of the column.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
row-move(clist, arg1, arg2, user.data)
This signal is emitted when a row is moved.
clist
The object which received the signal.
arg1
The source position of the row.
arg2
The destination position of the row.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
scroll-horizontal(clist, scroll.type, position, user.data)
This signal is emitted when the CList is scrolled horizontally.
clist
the object which received the signal.
scroll.type
A GtkScrollType value of how the scroll operation occured.
position
a value between 0.0 and 1.0.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
scroll-vertical(clist, scroll.type, position, user.data)
This signal is emitted when the CList is scrolled vertically.
clist
the object which received the signal.
scroll.type
A GtkScrollType value of how the scroll operation occured.
position
A value between 0.0 and 1.0.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
select-all(clist, user.data)
This signal is emitted when all the rows are selected in a CList.
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
select-row(clist, row, column, event, user.data)
This signal is emitted when the user selects a row in the list. It is emitted for every row that is selected in a multi-selection or by calling gtkCListSelectAll.
clist
The object which received the signal.
row
The row selected.
column
The column where the selection occured.
event
A GdkEvent structure for the selection.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
set-scroll-adjustments(clist, user.data)
undocumented
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
start-selection(clist, user.data)
This signal is emitted when a drag-selection is started in a multiple-selection CList.
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
toggle-add-mode(clist, user.data)
This signal is emitted when "add mode" is toggled.
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
toggle-focus-row(clist, user.data)
undocumented
clist
The object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
undo-selection(clist, user.data)
This signal is emitted when an undo selection occurs in the CList, probably via calling gtkCListUndoSelection.
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
unselect-all(clist, user.data)
This signal is emitted when all rows are unselected in a CList.
clist
the object which received the signal.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.
unselect-row(clist, row, column, user.data)
This signal is emitted when the user unselects a row in the list. It is emitted for every row that is unselected in a multi-selection or by calling gtkCListUnselectAll. It is also emitted for the previously selected row in a "single" or "browse" mode CList.
clist
The object which received the signal.
row
The selected row
column
The column where the selection occured.
user.data
user data set when the signal handler was connected.

Properties

n-columns [numeric : Read / Write / Construct Only]
An integer value for a column. Default value: 0
reorderable [logical : Read / Write]
A boolean value for determining if the user can re-order the CList's columns. Default value: FALSE
row-height [numeric : Read / Write]
An integer value representing the height of a row in pixels. Default value: 0
selection-mode [GtkSelectionMode : Read / Write]
Sets the type of selection mode for the CList. Default value: GTK_SELECTION_NONE
shadow-type [GtkShadowType : Read / Write]
Sets the shadowing for the CList. Default value: GTK_SHADOW_NONE
sort-type [GtkSortType : Read / Write]
Default value: GTK_SORT_ASCENDING
titles-active [logical : Read / Write]
A boolean value for setting whether the column titles can be clicked. Default value: FALSE
use-drag-icons [logical : Read / Write]
A boolean value for setting whether to use icons during drag operations. Default value: FALSE

References

http://library.gnome.org/devel//gtk/GtkCList.html

Aliases
  • GtkCList
  • GtkCListRow
  • gtkCList
  • GtkCListCompareFunc
  • GtkCellType
  • GtkButtonAction
  • GtkCListDragPos
Documentation reproduced from package RGtk2, version 2.20.31, License: GPL

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