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/* GTK - The GIMP Toolkit
* Copyright (C) 1995-1997 Peter Mattis, Spencer Kimball and Josh MacDonald
*
* This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
* version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
*
* This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
* Lesser General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License along with this library; if not, write to the
* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
* Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*/
/*
* Modified by the GTK+ Team and others 1997-2000. See the AUTHORS
* file for a list of people on the GTK+ Team. See the ChangeLog
* files for a list of changes. These files are distributed with
* GTK+ at ftp://ftp.gtk.org/pub/gtk/.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "gtkbutton.h"
#include "gtkdialog.h"
#include "gtkbbox.h"
#include "gtklabel.h"
#include "gtkmarshalers.h"
#include "gtkvbox.h"
#include "gtkmain.h"
#include "gtkintl.h"
#include "gtkbindings.h"
#include "gtkprivate.h"
#include "gtkbuildable.h"
/**
* SECTION:gtkdialog
* @Short_description: Create popup windows
* @Title: GtkDialog
* @See_also: #GtkVBox, #GtkWindow, #GtkButton
*
* Dialog boxes are a convenient way to prompt the user for a small amount
* of input, e.g. to display a message, ask a question, or anything else
* that does not require extensive effort on the user's part.
*
* GTK+ treats a dialog as a window split vertically. The top section is a
* #GtkVBox, and is where widgets such as a #GtkLabel or a #GtkEntry should
* be packed. The bottom area is known as the
* <structfield>action_area</structfield>. This is generally used for
* packing buttons into the dialog which may perform functions such as
* cancel, ok, or apply.
*
* #GtkDialog boxes are created with a call to gtk_dialog_new() or
* gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons(). gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons() is
* recommended; it allows you to set the dialog title, some convenient flags,
* and add simple buttons.
*
* If 'dialog' is a newly created dialog, the two primary areas of the
* window can be accessed through gtk_dialog_get_content_area() and
* gtk_dialog_get_action_area(), as can be seen from the example below.
*
* A 'modal' dialog (that is, one which freezes the rest of the application
* from user input), can be created by calling gtk_window_set_modal() on the
* dialog. Use the GTK_WINDOW() macro to cast the widget returned from
* gtk_dialog_new() into a #GtkWindow. When using gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons()
* you can also pass the #GTK_DIALOG_MODAL flag to make a dialog modal.
*
* If you add buttons to #GtkDialog using gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons(),
* gtk_dialog_add_button(), gtk_dialog_add_buttons(), or
* gtk_dialog_add_action_widget(), clicking the button will emit a signal
* called #GtkDialog::response with a response ID that you specified. GTK+
* will never assign a meaning to positive response IDs; these are entirely
* user-defined. But for convenience, you can use the response IDs in the
* #GtkResponseType enumeration (these all have values less than zero). If
* a dialog receives a delete event, the #GtkDialog::response signal will
* be emitted with a response ID of #GTK_RESPONSE_DELETE_EVENT.
*
* If you want to block waiting for a dialog to return before returning
* control flow to your code, you can call gtk_dialog_run(). This function
* enters a recursive main loop and waits for the user to respond to the
* dialog, returning the response ID corresponding to the button the user
* clicked.
*
* For the simple dialog in the following example, in reality you'd probably
* use #GtkMessageDialog to save yourself some effort. But you'd need to
* create the dialog contents manually if you had more than a simple message
* in the dialog.
* <example>
* <title>Simple GtkDialog usage</title>
* <programlisting>
* /&ast; Function to open a dialog box displaying the message provided. &ast;/
* void
* quick_message (gchar *message)
* {
* GtkWidget *dialog, *label, *content_area;
*
* /&ast; Create the widgets &ast;/
* dialog = gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons ("Message",
* main_application_window,
* GTK_DIALOG_DESTROY_WITH_PARENT,
* GTK_STOCK_OK,
* GTK_RESPONSE_NONE,
* NULL);
* content_area = gtk_dialog_get_content_area (GTK_DIALOG (dialog));
* label = gtk_label_new (message);
*
* /&ast; Ensure that the dialog box is destroyed when the user responds &ast;/
* g_signal_connect_swapped (dialog,
* "response",
* G_CALLBACK (gtk_widget_destroy),
* dialog);
*
* /&ast; Add the label, and show everything we've added to the dialog &ast;/
*
* gtk_container_add (GTK_CONTAINER (content_area), label);
* gtk_widget_show_all (dialog);
* }
* </programlisting>
* </example>
*
* <refsect2 id="GtkDialog-BUILDER-UI"><title>GtkDialog as GtkBuildable</title>
* <para>
* The GtkDialog implementation of the #GtkBuildable interface exposes the
* @vbox and @action_area as internal children with the names "vbox" and
* "action_area".
* </para>
* <para>
* GtkDialog supports a custom &lt;action-widgets&gt; element, which
* can contain multiple &lt;action-widget&gt; elements. The "response"
* attribute specifies a numeric response, and the content of the element
* is the id of widget (which should be a child of the dialogs @action_area).
* </para>
* <example>
* <title>A <structname>GtkDialog</structname> UI definition fragment.</title>
* <programlisting><![CDATA[
* <object class="GtkDialog" id="dialog1">
* <child internal-child="vbox">"
* <object class="GtkVBox" id="vbox">
* <child internal-child="action_area">
* <object class="GtkHButtonBox" id="button_box">
* <child>
* <object class="GtkButton" id="button_cancel"/>
* </child>
* <child>
* <object class="GtkButton" id="button_ok"/>
* </child>
* </object>
* </child>
* </object>
* </child>
* <action-widgets>
* <action-widget response="3">button_ok</action-widget>
* <action-widget response="-5">button_cancel</action-widget>
* </action-widgets>
* </object>
* ]]></programlisting>
* </example>
* </refsect2>
*/
struct _GtkDialogPrivate
{
GtkWidget *vbox;
GtkWidget *action_area;
};
typedef struct _ResponseData ResponseData;
struct _ResponseData
{
gint response_id;
};
static void gtk_dialog_add_buttons_valist (GtkDialog *dialog,
const gchar *first_button_text,
va_list args);
static gboolean gtk_dialog_delete_event_handler (GtkWidget *widget,
GdkEventAny *event,
gpointer user_data);
static void gtk_dialog_style_updated (GtkWidget *widget);
static void gtk_dialog_map (GtkWidget *widget);
static void gtk_dialog_close (GtkDialog *dialog);
static ResponseData * get_response_data (GtkWidget *widget,
gboolean create);
static void gtk_dialog_buildable_interface_init (GtkBuildableIface *iface);
static GObject * gtk_dialog_buildable_get_internal_child (GtkBuildable *buildable,
GtkBuilder *builder,
const gchar *childname);
static gboolean gtk_dialog_buildable_custom_tag_start (GtkBuildable *buildable,
GtkBuilder *builder,
GObject *child,
const gchar *tagname,
GMarkupParser *parser,
gpointer *data);
static void gtk_dialog_buildable_custom_finished (GtkBuildable *buildable,
GtkBuilder *builder,
GObject *child,
const gchar *tagname,
gpointer user_data);
enum {
PROP_0,
PROP_HAS_SEPARATOR
};
enum {
RESPONSE,
CLOSE,
LAST_SIGNAL
};
static guint dialog_signals[LAST_SIGNAL];
G_DEFINE_TYPE_WITH_CODE (GtkDialog, gtk_dialog, GTK_TYPE_WINDOW,
G_IMPLEMENT_INTERFACE (GTK_TYPE_BUILDABLE,
gtk_dialog_buildable_interface_init))
static void
gtk_dialog_class_init (GtkDialogClass *class)
{
GObjectClass *gobject_class;
GtkWidgetClass *widget_class;
GtkBindingSet *binding_set;
gobject_class = G_OBJECT_CLASS (class);
widget_class = GTK_WIDGET_CLASS (class);
widget_class->map = gtk_dialog_map;
widget_class->style_updated = gtk_dialog_style_updated;
gtk_widget_class_set_accessible_role (widget_class, ATK_ROLE_DIALOG);
class->close = gtk_dialog_close;
g_type_class_add_private (gobject_class, sizeof (GtkDialogPrivate));
/**
* GtkDialog::response:
* @dialog: the object on which the signal is emitted
* @response_id: the response ID
*
* Emitted when an action widget is clicked, the dialog receives a
* delete event, or the application programmer calls gtk_dialog_response().
* On a delete event, the response ID is #GTK_RESPONSE_DELETE_EVENT.
* Otherwise, it depends on which action widget was clicked.
*/
dialog_signals[RESPONSE] =
g_signal_new (I_("response"),
G_OBJECT_CLASS_TYPE (class),
G_SIGNAL_RUN_LAST,
G_STRUCT_OFFSET (GtkDialogClass, response),
NULL, NULL,
_gtk_marshal_VOID__INT,
G_TYPE_NONE, 1,
G_TYPE_INT);
/**
* GtkDialog::close:
*
* The ::close signal is a
* <link linkend="keybinding-signals">keybinding signal</link>
* which gets emitted when the user uses a keybinding to close
* the dialog.
*
* The default binding for this signal is the Escape key.
*/
dialog_signals[CLOSE] =
g_signal_new (I_("close"),
G_OBJECT_CLASS_TYPE (class),
G_SIGNAL_RUN_LAST | G_SIGNAL_ACTION,
G_STRUCT_OFFSET (GtkDialogClass, close),
NULL, NULL,
_gtk_marshal_VOID__VOID,
G_TYPE_NONE, 0);
gtk_widget_class_install_style_property (widget_class,
g_param_spec_int ("content-area-border",
P_("Content area border"),
P_("Width of border around the main dialog area"),
0,
G_MAXINT,
2,
GTK_PARAM_READABLE));
/**
* GtkDialog:content-area-spacing:
*
* The default spacing used between elements of the
* content area of the dialog, as returned by
* gtk_dialog_get_content_area(), unless gtk_box_set_spacing()
* was called on that widget directly.
*
* Since: 2.16
*/
gtk_widget_class_install_style_property (widget_class,
g_param_spec_int ("content-area-spacing",
P_("Content area spacing"),
P_("Spacing between elements of the main dialog area"),
0,
G_MAXINT,
0,
GTK_PARAM_READABLE));
gtk_widget_class_install_style_property (widget_class,
g_param_spec_int ("button-spacing",
P_("Button spacing"),
P_("Spacing between buttons"),
0,
G_MAXINT,
6,
GTK_PARAM_READABLE));
gtk_widget_class_install_style_property (widget_class,
g_param_spec_int ("action-area-border",
P_("Action area border"),
P_("Width of border around the button area at the bottom of the dialog"),
0,
G_MAXINT,
5,
GTK_PARAM_READABLE));
binding_set = gtk_binding_set_by_class (class);
gtk_binding_entry_add_signal (binding_set, GDK_KEY_Escape, 0, "close", 0);
}
static void
update_spacings (GtkDialog *dialog)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv = dialog->priv;
gint content_area_border;
gint content_area_spacing;
gint button_spacing;
gint action_area_border;
gtk_widget_style_get (GTK_WIDGET (dialog),
"content-area-border", &content_area_border,
"content-area-spacing", &content_area_spacing,
"button-spacing", &button_spacing,
"action-area-border", &action_area_border,
NULL);
gtk_container_set_border_width (GTK_CONTAINER (priv->vbox),
content_area_border);
if (!_gtk_box_get_spacing_set (GTK_BOX (priv->vbox)))
{
gtk_box_set_spacing (GTK_BOX (priv->vbox), content_area_spacing);
_gtk_box_set_spacing_set (GTK_BOX (priv->vbox), FALSE);
}
gtk_box_set_spacing (GTK_BOX (priv->action_area),
button_spacing);
gtk_container_set_border_width (GTK_CONTAINER (priv->action_area),
action_area_border);
}
static void
gtk_dialog_init (GtkDialog *dialog)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv;
dialog->priv = G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE (dialog,
GTK_TYPE_DIALOG,
GtkDialogPrivate);
priv = dialog->priv;
/* To avoid breaking old code that prevents destroy on delete event
* by connecting a handler, we have to have the FIRST signal
* connection on the dialog.
*/
g_signal_connect (dialog,
"delete-event",
G_CALLBACK (gtk_dialog_delete_event_handler),
NULL);
priv->vbox = gtk_box_new (GTK_ORIENTATION_VERTICAL, 0);
gtk_container_add (GTK_CONTAINER (dialog), priv->vbox);
gtk_widget_show (priv->vbox);
priv->action_area = gtk_button_box_new (GTK_ORIENTATION_HORIZONTAL);
gtk_button_box_set_layout (GTK_BUTTON_BOX (priv->action_area),
GTK_BUTTONBOX_END);
gtk_box_pack_end (GTK_BOX (priv->vbox), priv->action_area,
FALSE, TRUE, 0);
gtk_widget_show (priv->action_area);
gtk_window_set_type_hint (GTK_WINDOW (dialog),
GDK_WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DIALOG);
gtk_window_set_position (GTK_WINDOW (dialog), GTK_WIN_POS_CENTER_ON_PARENT);
update_spacings (dialog);
}
static GtkBuildableIface *parent_buildable_iface;
static void
gtk_dialog_buildable_interface_init (GtkBuildableIface *iface)
{
parent_buildable_iface = g_type_interface_peek_parent (iface);
iface->get_internal_child = gtk_dialog_buildable_get_internal_child;
iface->custom_tag_start = gtk_dialog_buildable_custom_tag_start;
iface->custom_finished = gtk_dialog_buildable_custom_finished;
}
static GObject *
gtk_dialog_buildable_get_internal_child (GtkBuildable *buildable,
GtkBuilder *builder,
const gchar *childname)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv = GTK_DIALOG (buildable)->priv;
if (strcmp (childname, "vbox") == 0)
return G_OBJECT (priv->vbox);
else if (strcmp (childname, "action_area") == 0)
return G_OBJECT (priv->action_area);
return parent_buildable_iface->get_internal_child (buildable,
builder,
childname);
}
static gboolean
gtk_dialog_delete_event_handler (GtkWidget *widget,
GdkEventAny *event,
gpointer user_data)
{
/* emit response signal */
gtk_dialog_response (GTK_DIALOG (widget), GTK_RESPONSE_DELETE_EVENT);
/* Do the destroy by default */
return FALSE;
}
/* A far too tricky heuristic for getting the right initial
* focus widget if none was set. What we do is we focus the first
* widget in the tab chain, but if this results in the focus
* ending up on one of the response widgets _other_ than the
* default response, we focus the default response instead.
*
* Additionally, skip selectable labels when looking for the
* right initial focus widget.
*/
static void
gtk_dialog_map (GtkWidget *widget)
{
GtkWidget *default_widget, *focus;
GtkWindow *window = GTK_WINDOW (widget);
GtkDialog *dialog = GTK_DIALOG (widget);
GtkDialogPrivate *priv = dialog->priv;
GTK_WIDGET_CLASS (gtk_dialog_parent_class)->map (widget);
focus = gtk_window_get_focus (window);
if (!focus)
{
GList *children, *tmp_list;
GtkWidget *first_focus = NULL;
do
{
g_signal_emit_by_name (window, "move_focus", GTK_DIR_TAB_FORWARD);
focus = gtk_window_get_focus (window);
if (GTK_IS_LABEL (focus) &&
!gtk_label_get_current_uri (GTK_LABEL (focus)))
gtk_label_select_region (GTK_LABEL (focus), 0, 0);
if (first_focus == NULL)
first_focus = focus;
else if (first_focus == focus)
break;
if (!GTK_IS_LABEL (focus))
break;
}
while (TRUE);
tmp_list = children = gtk_container_get_children (GTK_CONTAINER (priv->action_area));
while (tmp_list)
{
GtkWidget *child = tmp_list->data;
default_widget = gtk_window_get_default_widget (window);
if ((focus == NULL || child == focus) &&
child != default_widget &&
default_widget)
{
gtk_widget_grab_focus (default_widget);
break;
}
tmp_list = tmp_list->next;
}
g_list_free (children);
}
}
static void
gtk_dialog_style_updated (GtkWidget *widget)
{
GTK_WIDGET_CLASS (gtk_dialog_parent_class)->style_updated (widget);
update_spacings (GTK_DIALOG (widget));
}
static GtkWidget *
dialog_find_button (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint response_id)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv = dialog->priv;
GtkWidget *child = NULL;
GList *children, *tmp_list;
children = gtk_container_get_children (GTK_CONTAINER (priv->action_area));
for (tmp_list = children; tmp_list; tmp_list = tmp_list->next)
{
ResponseData *rd = get_response_data (tmp_list->data, FALSE);
if (rd && rd->response_id == response_id)
{
child = tmp_list->data;
break;
}
}
g_list_free (children);
return child;
}
static void
gtk_dialog_close (GtkDialog *dialog)
{
/* Synthesize delete_event to close dialog. */
GtkWidget *widget = GTK_WIDGET (dialog);
GdkEvent *event;
event = gdk_event_new (GDK_DELETE);
event->any.window = g_object_ref (gtk_widget_get_window (widget));
event->any.send_event = TRUE;
gtk_main_do_event (event);
gdk_event_free (event);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_new:
*
* Creates a new dialog box.
*
* Widgets should not be packed into this #GtkWindow
* directly, but into the @vbox and @action_area, as described above.
*
* Returns: the new dialog as a #GtkWidget
*/
GtkWidget*
gtk_dialog_new (void)
{
return g_object_new (GTK_TYPE_DIALOG, NULL);
}
static GtkWidget*
gtk_dialog_new_empty (const gchar *title,
GtkWindow *parent,
GtkDialogFlags flags)
{
GtkDialog *dialog;
dialog = g_object_new (GTK_TYPE_DIALOG, NULL);
if (title)
gtk_window_set_title (GTK_WINDOW (dialog), title);
if (parent)
gtk_window_set_transient_for (GTK_WINDOW (dialog), parent);
if (flags & GTK_DIALOG_MODAL)
gtk_window_set_modal (GTK_WINDOW (dialog), TRUE);
if (flags & GTK_DIALOG_DESTROY_WITH_PARENT)
gtk_window_set_destroy_with_parent (GTK_WINDOW (dialog), TRUE);
return GTK_WIDGET (dialog);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons:
* @title: (allow-none): Title of the dialog, or %NULL
* @parent: (allow-none): Transient parent of the dialog, or %NULL
* @flags: from #GtkDialogFlags
* @first_button_text: (allow-none): stock ID or text to go in first button, or %NULL
* @Varargs: response ID for first button, then additional buttons, ending with %NULL
*
* Creates a new #GtkDialog with title @title (or %NULL for the default
* title; see gtk_window_set_title()) and transient parent @parent (or
* %NULL for none; see gtk_window_set_transient_for()). The @flags
* argument can be used to make the dialog modal (#GTK_DIALOG_MODAL)
* and/or to have it destroyed along with its transient parent
* (#GTK_DIALOG_DESTROY_WITH_PARENT). After @flags, button
* text/response ID pairs should be listed, with a %NULL pointer ending
* the list. Button text can be either a stock ID such as
* #GTK_STOCK_OK, or some arbitrary text. A response ID can be
* any positive number, or one of the values in the #GtkResponseType
* enumeration. If the user clicks one of these dialog buttons,
* #GtkDialog will emit the #GtkDialog::response signal with the corresponding
* response ID. If a #GtkDialog receives the #GtkWidget::delete-event signal,
* it will emit ::response with a response ID of #GTK_RESPONSE_DELETE_EVENT.
* However, destroying a dialog does not emit the ::response signal;
* so be careful relying on ::response when using the
* #GTK_DIALOG_DESTROY_WITH_PARENT flag. Buttons are from left to right,
* so the first button in the list will be the leftmost button in the dialog.
*
* Here's a simple example:
* |[
* GtkWidget *dialog = gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons ("My dialog",
* main_app_window,
* GTK_DIALOG_MODAL | GTK_DIALOG_DESTROY_WITH_PARENT,
* GTK_STOCK_OK,
* GTK_RESPONSE_ACCEPT,
* GTK_STOCK_CANCEL,
* GTK_RESPONSE_REJECT,
* NULL);
* ]|
*
* Return value: a new #GtkDialog
**/
GtkWidget*
gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons (const gchar *title,
GtkWindow *parent,
GtkDialogFlags flags,
const gchar *first_button_text,
...)
{
GtkDialog *dialog;
va_list args;
dialog = GTK_DIALOG (gtk_dialog_new_empty (title, parent, flags));
va_start (args, first_button_text);
gtk_dialog_add_buttons_valist (dialog,
first_button_text,
args);
va_end (args);
return GTK_WIDGET (dialog);
}
static void
response_data_free (gpointer data)
{
g_slice_free (ResponseData, data);
}
static ResponseData*
get_response_data (GtkWidget *widget,
gboolean create)
{
ResponseData *ad = g_object_get_data (G_OBJECT (widget),
"gtk-dialog-response-data");
if (ad == NULL && create)
{
ad = g_slice_new (ResponseData);
g_object_set_data_full (G_OBJECT (widget),
I_("gtk-dialog-response-data"),
ad,
response_data_free);
}
return ad;
}
static void
action_widget_activated (GtkWidget *widget, GtkDialog *dialog)
{
gint response_id;
response_id = gtk_dialog_get_response_for_widget (dialog, widget);
gtk_dialog_response (dialog, response_id);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_add_action_widget:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @child: an activatable widget
* @response_id: response ID for @child
*
* Adds an activatable widget to the action area of a #GtkDialog,
* connecting a signal handler that will emit the #GtkDialog::response
* signal on the dialog when the widget is activated. The widget is
* appended to the end of the dialog's action area. If you want to add a
* non-activatable widget, simply pack it into the @action_area field
* of the #GtkDialog struct.
**/
void
gtk_dialog_add_action_widget (GtkDialog *dialog,
GtkWidget *child,
gint response_id)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv;
ResponseData *ad;
guint signal_id;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog));
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_WIDGET (child));
priv = dialog->priv;
ad = get_response_data (child, TRUE);
ad->response_id = response_id;
if (GTK_IS_BUTTON (child))
signal_id = g_signal_lookup ("clicked", GTK_TYPE_BUTTON);
else
signal_id = GTK_WIDGET_GET_CLASS (child)->activate_signal;
if (signal_id)
{
GClosure *closure;
closure = g_cclosure_new_object (G_CALLBACK (action_widget_activated),
G_OBJECT (dialog));
g_signal_connect_closure_by_id (child,
signal_id,
0,
closure,
FALSE);
}
else
g_warning ("Only 'activatable' widgets can be packed into the action area of a GtkDialog");
gtk_box_pack_end (GTK_BOX (priv->action_area),
child,
FALSE, TRUE, 0);
if (response_id == GTK_RESPONSE_HELP)
gtk_button_box_set_child_secondary (GTK_BUTTON_BOX (priv->action_area), child, TRUE);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_add_button:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @button_text: text of button, or stock ID
* @response_id: response ID for the button
*
* Adds a button with the given text (or a stock button, if @button_text is a
* stock ID) and sets things up so that clicking the button will emit the
* #GtkDialog::response signal with the given @response_id. The button is
* appended to the end of the dialog's action area. The button widget is
* returned, but usually you don't need it.
*
* Return value: (transfer none): the #GtkButton widget that was added
**/
GtkWidget*
gtk_dialog_add_button (GtkDialog *dialog,
const gchar *button_text,
gint response_id)
{
GtkWidget *button;
g_return_val_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog), NULL);
g_return_val_if_fail (button_text != NULL, NULL);
button = gtk_button_new_from_stock (button_text);
gtk_widget_set_can_default (button, TRUE);
gtk_widget_show (button);
gtk_dialog_add_action_widget (dialog,
button,
response_id);
return button;
}
static void
gtk_dialog_add_buttons_valist (GtkDialog *dialog,
const gchar *first_button_text,
va_list args)
{
const gchar* text;
gint response_id;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog));
if (first_button_text == NULL)
return;
text = first_button_text;
response_id = va_arg (args, gint);
while (text != NULL)
{
gtk_dialog_add_button (dialog, text, response_id);
text = va_arg (args, gchar*);
if (text == NULL)
break;
response_id = va_arg (args, int);
}
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_add_buttons:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @first_button_text: button text or stock ID
* @Varargs: response ID for first button, then more text-response_id pairs
*
* Adds more buttons, same as calling gtk_dialog_add_button()
* repeatedly. The variable argument list should be %NULL-terminated
* as with gtk_dialog_new_with_buttons(). Each button must have both
* text and response ID.
**/
void
gtk_dialog_add_buttons (GtkDialog *dialog,
const gchar *first_button_text,
...)
{
va_list args;
va_start (args, first_button_text);
gtk_dialog_add_buttons_valist (dialog,
first_button_text,
args);
va_end (args);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_set_response_sensitive:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @response_id: a response ID
* @setting: %TRUE for sensitive
*
* Calls <literal>gtk_widget_set_sensitive (widget, @setting)</literal>
* for each widget in the dialog's action area with the given @response_id.
* A convenient way to sensitize/desensitize dialog buttons.
**/
void
gtk_dialog_set_response_sensitive (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint response_id,
gboolean setting)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv;
GList *children;
GList *tmp_list;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog));
priv = dialog->priv;
children = gtk_container_get_children (GTK_CONTAINER (priv->action_area));
tmp_list = children;
while (tmp_list != NULL)
{
GtkWidget *widget = tmp_list->data;
ResponseData *rd = get_response_data (widget, FALSE);
if (rd && rd->response_id == response_id)
gtk_widget_set_sensitive (widget, setting);
tmp_list = g_list_next (tmp_list);
}
g_list_free (children);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_set_default_response:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @response_id: a response ID
*
* Sets the last widget in the dialog's action area with the given @response_id
* as the default widget for the dialog. Pressing "Enter" normally activates
* the default widget.
**/
void
gtk_dialog_set_default_response (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint response_id)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv;
GList *children;
GList *tmp_list;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog));
priv = dialog->priv;
children = gtk_container_get_children (GTK_CONTAINER (priv->action_area));
tmp_list = children;
while (tmp_list != NULL)
{
GtkWidget *widget = tmp_list->data;
ResponseData *rd = get_response_data (widget, FALSE);
if (rd && rd->response_id == response_id)
gtk_widget_grab_default (widget);
tmp_list = g_list_next (tmp_list);
}
g_list_free (children);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_response:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @response_id: response ID
*
* Emits the #GtkDialog::response signal with the given response ID.
* Used to indicate that the user has responded to the dialog in some way;
* typically either you or gtk_dialog_run() will be monitoring the
* ::response signal and take appropriate action.
**/
void
gtk_dialog_response (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint response_id)
{
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog));
g_signal_emit (dialog,
dialog_signals[RESPONSE],
0,
response_id);
}
typedef struct
{
GtkDialog *dialog;
gint response_id;
GMainLoop *loop;
gboolean destroyed;
} RunInfo;
static void
shutdown_loop (RunInfo *ri)
{
if (g_main_loop_is_running (ri->loop))
g_main_loop_quit (ri->loop);
}
static void
run_unmap_handler (GtkDialog *dialog, gpointer data)
{
RunInfo *ri = data;
shutdown_loop (ri);
}
static void
run_response_handler (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint response_id,
gpointer data)
{
RunInfo *ri;
ri = data;
ri->response_id = response_id;
shutdown_loop (ri);
}
static gint
run_delete_handler (GtkDialog *dialog,
GdkEventAny *event,
gpointer data)
{
RunInfo *ri = data;
shutdown_loop (ri);
return TRUE; /* Do not destroy */
}
static void
run_destroy_handler (GtkDialog *dialog, gpointer data)
{
RunInfo *ri = data;
/* shutdown_loop will be called by run_unmap_handler */
ri->destroyed = TRUE;
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_run:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
*
* Blocks in a recursive main loop until the @dialog either emits the
* #GtkDialog::response signal, or is destroyed. If the dialog is
* destroyed during the call to gtk_dialog_run(), gtk_dialog_run() returns
* #GTK_RESPONSE_NONE. Otherwise, it returns the response ID from the
* ::response signal emission.
*
* Before entering the recursive main loop, gtk_dialog_run() calls
* gtk_widget_show() on the dialog for you. Note that you still
* need to show any children of the dialog yourself.
*
* During gtk_dialog_run(), the default behavior of #GtkWidget::delete-event
* is disabled; if the dialog receives ::delete_event, it will not be
* destroyed as windows usually are, and gtk_dialog_run() will return
* #GTK_RESPONSE_DELETE_EVENT. Also, during gtk_dialog_run() the dialog
* will be modal. You can force gtk_dialog_run() to return at any time by
* calling gtk_dialog_response() to emit the ::response signal. Destroying
* the dialog during gtk_dialog_run() is a very bad idea, because your
* post-run code won't know whether the dialog was destroyed or not.
*
* After gtk_dialog_run() returns, you are responsible for hiding or
* destroying the dialog if you wish to do so.
*
* Typical usage of this function might be:
* |[
* gint result = gtk_dialog_run (GTK_DIALOG (dialog));
* switch (result)
* {
* case GTK_RESPONSE_ACCEPT:
* do_application_specific_something ();
* break;
* default:
* do_nothing_since_dialog_was_cancelled ();
* break;
* }
* gtk_widget_destroy (dialog);
* ]|
*
* Note that even though the recursive main loop gives the effect of a
* modal dialog (it prevents the user from interacting with other
* windows in the same window group while the dialog is run), callbacks
* such as timeouts, IO channel watches, DND drops, etc, <emphasis>will</emphasis>
* be triggered during a gtk_dialog_run() call.
*
* Return value: response ID
**/
gint
gtk_dialog_run (GtkDialog *dialog)
{
RunInfo ri = { NULL, GTK_RESPONSE_NONE, NULL, FALSE };
gboolean was_modal;
gulong response_handler;
gulong unmap_handler;
gulong destroy_handler;
gulong delete_handler;
g_return_val_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog), -1);
g_object_ref (dialog);
was_modal = gtk_window_get_modal (GTK_WINDOW (dialog));
if (!was_modal)
gtk_window_set_modal (GTK_WINDOW (dialog), TRUE);
if (!gtk_widget_get_visible (GTK_WIDGET (dialog)))
gtk_widget_show (GTK_WIDGET (dialog));
response_handler =
g_signal_connect (dialog,
"response",
G_CALLBACK (run_response_handler),
&ri);
unmap_handler =
g_signal_connect (dialog,
"unmap",
G_CALLBACK (run_unmap_handler),
&ri);
delete_handler =
g_signal_connect (dialog,
"delete-event",
G_CALLBACK (run_delete_handler),
&ri);
destroy_handler =
g_signal_connect (dialog,
"destroy",
G_CALLBACK (run_destroy_handler),
&ri);
ri.loop = g_main_loop_new (NULL, FALSE);
GDK_THREADS_LEAVE ();
g_main_loop_run (ri.loop);
GDK_THREADS_ENTER ();
g_main_loop_unref (ri.loop);
ri.loop = NULL;
if (!ri.destroyed)
{
if (!was_modal)
gtk_window_set_modal (GTK_WINDOW(dialog), FALSE);
g_signal_handler_disconnect (dialog, response_handler);
g_signal_handler_disconnect (dialog, unmap_handler);
g_signal_handler_disconnect (dialog, delete_handler);
g_signal_handler_disconnect (dialog, destroy_handler);
}
g_object_unref (dialog);
return ri.response_id;
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_get_widget_for_response:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @response_id: the response ID used by the @dialog widget
*
* Gets the widget button that uses the given response ID in the action area
* of a dialog.
*
* Returns: (transfer none): the @widget button that uses the given
* @response_id, or %NULL.
*
* Since: 2.20
*/
GtkWidget*
gtk_dialog_get_widget_for_response (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint response_id)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv;
GList *children;
GList *tmp_list;
g_return_val_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog), NULL);
priv = dialog->priv;
children = gtk_container_get_children (GTK_CONTAINER (priv->action_area));
tmp_list = children;
while (tmp_list != NULL)
{
GtkWidget *widget = tmp_list->data;
ResponseData *rd = get_response_data (widget, FALSE);
if (rd && rd->response_id == response_id)
{
g_list_free (children);
return widget;
}
tmp_list = g_list_next (tmp_list);
}
g_list_free (children);
return NULL;
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_get_response_for_widget:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @widget: a widget in the action area of @dialog
*
* Gets the response id of a widget in the action area
* of a dialog.
*
* Returns: the response id of @widget, or %GTK_RESPONSE_NONE
* if @widget doesn't have a response id set.
*
* Since: 2.8
*/
gint
gtk_dialog_get_response_for_widget (GtkDialog *dialog,
GtkWidget *widget)
{
ResponseData *rd;
rd = get_response_data (widget, FALSE);
if (!rd)
return GTK_RESPONSE_NONE;
else
return rd->response_id;
}
/**
* gtk_alternative_dialog_button_order:
* @screen: (allow-none): a #GdkScreen, or %NULL to use the default screen
*
* Returns %TRUE if dialogs are expected to use an alternative
* button order on the screen @screen. See
* gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order() for more details
* about alternative button order.
*
* If you need to use this function, you should probably connect
* to the ::notify:gtk-alternative-button-order signal on the
* #GtkSettings object associated to @screen, in order to be
* notified if the button order setting changes.
*
* Returns: Whether the alternative button order should be used
*
* Since: 2.6
*/
gboolean
gtk_alternative_dialog_button_order (GdkScreen *screen)
{
GtkSettings *settings;
gboolean result;
if (screen)
settings = gtk_settings_get_for_screen (screen);
else
settings = gtk_settings_get_default ();
g_object_get (settings,
"gtk-alternative-button-order", &result, NULL);
return result;
}
static void
gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order_valist (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint first_response_id,
va_list args)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv = dialog->priv;
GtkWidget *child;
gint response_id;
gint position;
response_id = first_response_id;
position = 0;
while (response_id != -1)
{
/* reorder child with response_id to position */
child = dialog_find_button (dialog, response_id);
gtk_box_reorder_child (GTK_BOX (priv->action_area), child, position);
response_id = va_arg (args, gint);
position++;
}
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @first_response_id: a response id used by one @dialog's buttons
* @Varargs: a list of more response ids of @dialog's buttons, terminated by -1
*
* Sets an alternative button order. If the
* #GtkSettings:gtk-alternative-button-order setting is set to %TRUE,
* the dialog buttons are reordered according to the order of the
* response ids passed to this function.
*
* By default, GTK+ dialogs use the button order advocated by the Gnome
* <ulink url="http://library.gnome.org/devel/hig-book/stable/">Human
* Interface Guidelines</ulink> with the affirmative button at the far
* right, and the cancel button left of it. But the builtin GTK+ dialogs
* and #GtkMessageDialog<!-- -->s do provide an alternative button order,
* which is more suitable on some platforms, e.g. Windows.
*
* Use this function after adding all the buttons to your dialog, as the
* following example shows:
* |[
* cancel_button = gtk_dialog_add_button (GTK_DIALOG (dialog),
* GTK_STOCK_CANCEL,
* GTK_RESPONSE_CANCEL);
*
* ok_button = gtk_dialog_add_button (GTK_DIALOG (dialog),
* GTK_STOCK_OK,
* GTK_RESPONSE_OK);
*
* gtk_widget_grab_default (ok_button);
*
* help_button = gtk_dialog_add_button (GTK_DIALOG (dialog),
* GTK_STOCK_HELP,
* GTK_RESPONSE_HELP);
*
* gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order (GTK_DIALOG (dialog),
* GTK_RESPONSE_OK,
* GTK_RESPONSE_CANCEL,
* GTK_RESPONSE_HELP,
* -1);
* ]|
*
* Since: 2.6
*/
void
gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint first_response_id,
...)
{
GdkScreen *screen;
va_list args;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog));
screen = gtk_widget_get_screen (GTK_WIDGET (dialog));
if (!gtk_alternative_dialog_button_order (screen))
return;
va_start (args, first_response_id);
gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order_valist (dialog,
first_response_id,
args);
va_end (args);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order_from_array:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
* @n_params: the number of response ids in @new_order
* @new_order: (array length=n_params): an array of response ids of
* @dialog's buttons
*
* Sets an alternative button order. If the
* #GtkSettings:gtk-alternative-button-order setting is set to %TRUE,
* the dialog buttons are reordered according to the order of the
* response ids in @new_order.
*
* See gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order() for more information.
*
* This function is for use by language bindings.
*
* Since: 2.6
*/
void
gtk_dialog_set_alternative_button_order_from_array (GtkDialog *dialog,
gint n_params,
gint *new_order)
{
GtkDialogPrivate *priv = dialog->priv;
GdkScreen *screen;
GtkWidget *child;
gint position;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog));
g_return_if_fail (new_order != NULL);
screen = gtk_widget_get_screen (GTK_WIDGET (dialog));
if (!gtk_alternative_dialog_button_order (screen))
return;
for (position = 0; position < n_params; position++)
{
/* reorder child with response_id to position */
child = dialog_find_button (dialog, new_order[position]);
gtk_box_reorder_child (GTK_BOX (priv->action_area), child, position);
}
}
typedef struct {
gchar *widget_name;
gchar *response_id;
} ActionWidgetInfo;
typedef struct {
GtkDialog *dialog;
GtkBuilder *builder;
GSList *items;
gchar *response;
} ActionWidgetsSubParserData;
static void
attributes_start_element (GMarkupParseContext *context,
const gchar *element_name,
const gchar **names,
const gchar **values,
gpointer user_data,
GError **error)
{
ActionWidgetsSubParserData *parser_data = (ActionWidgetsSubParserData*)user_data;
guint i;
if (strcmp (element_name, "action-widget") == 0)
{
for (i = 0; names[i]; i++)
if (strcmp (names[i], "response") == 0)
parser_data->response = g_strdup (values[i]);
}
else if (strcmp (element_name, "action-widgets") == 0)
return;
else
g_warning ("Unsupported tag for GtkDialog: %s\n", element_name);
}
static void
attributes_text_element (GMarkupParseContext *context,
const gchar *text,
gsize text_len,
gpointer user_data,
GError **error)
{
ActionWidgetsSubParserData *parser_data = (ActionWidgetsSubParserData*)user_data;
ActionWidgetInfo *item;
if (!parser_data->response)
return;
item = g_new (ActionWidgetInfo, 1);
item->widget_name = g_strndup (text, text_len);
item->response_id = parser_data->response;
parser_data->items = g_slist_prepend (parser_data->items, item);
parser_data->response = NULL;
}
static const GMarkupParser attributes_parser =
{
attributes_start_element,
NULL,
attributes_text_element,
};
static gboolean
gtk_dialog_buildable_custom_tag_start (GtkBuildable *buildable,
GtkBuilder *builder,
GObject *child,
const gchar *tagname,
GMarkupParser *parser,
gpointer *data)
{
ActionWidgetsSubParserData *parser_data;
if (child)
return FALSE;
if (strcmp (tagname, "action-widgets") == 0)
{
parser_data = g_slice_new0 (ActionWidgetsSubParserData);
parser_data->dialog = GTK_DIALOG (buildable);
parser_data->items = NULL;
*parser = attributes_parser;
*data = parser_data;
return TRUE;
}
return parent_buildable_iface->custom_tag_start (buildable, builder, child,
tagname, parser, data);
}
static void
gtk_dialog_buildable_custom_finished (GtkBuildable *buildable,
GtkBuilder *builder,
GObject *child,
const gchar *tagname,
gpointer user_data)
{
GtkDialog *dialog = GTK_DIALOG (buildable);
GtkDialogPrivate *priv = dialog->priv;
GSList *l;
ActionWidgetsSubParserData *parser_data;
GObject *object;
ResponseData *ad;
guint signal_id;
if (strcmp (tagname, "action-widgets"))
{
parent_buildable_iface->custom_finished (buildable, builder, child,
tagname, user_data);
return;
}
parser_data = (ActionWidgetsSubParserData*)user_data;
parser_data->items = g_slist_reverse (parser_data->items);
for (l = parser_data->items; l; l = l->next)
{
ActionWidgetInfo *item = l->data;
object = gtk_builder_get_object (builder, item->widget_name);
if (!object)
{
g_warning ("Unknown object %s specified in action-widgets of %s",
item->widget_name,
gtk_buildable_get_name (GTK_BUILDABLE (buildable)));
continue;
}
ad = get_response_data (GTK_WIDGET (object), TRUE);
ad->response_id = g_ascii_strtoll (item->response_id, NULL, 10);
if (GTK_IS_BUTTON (object))
signal_id = g_signal_lookup ("clicked", GTK_TYPE_BUTTON);
else
signal_id = GTK_WIDGET_GET_CLASS (object)->activate_signal;
if (signal_id)
{
GClosure *closure;
closure = g_cclosure_new_object (G_CALLBACK (action_widget_activated),
G_OBJECT (dialog));
g_signal_connect_closure_by_id (object,
signal_id,
0,
closure,
FALSE);
}
if (ad->response_id == GTK_RESPONSE_HELP)
gtk_button_box_set_child_secondary (GTK_BUTTON_BOX (priv->action_area),
GTK_WIDGET (object), TRUE);
g_free (item->widget_name);
g_free (item->response_id);
g_free (item);
}
g_slist_free (parser_data->items);
g_slice_free (ActionWidgetsSubParserData, parser_data);
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_get_action_area:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
*
* Returns the action area of @dialog.
*
* Returns: (transfer none): the action area.
*
* Since: 2.14
**/
GtkWidget *
gtk_dialog_get_action_area (GtkDialog *dialog)
{
g_return_val_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog), NULL);
return dialog->priv->action_area;
}
/**
* gtk_dialog_get_content_area:
* @dialog: a #GtkDialog
*
* Returns the content area of @dialog.
*
* Returns: (transfer none): the content area #GtkBox.
*
* Since: 2.14
**/
GtkWidget *
gtk_dialog_get_content_area (GtkDialog *dialog)
{
g_return_val_if_fail (GTK_IS_DIALOG (dialog), NULL);
return dialog->priv->vbox;
}
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