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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/.
*/
/**
* SECTION:gtkmain
* @Short_description: Library initialization, main event loop, and events
* @Title: Main loop and Events
* @See_also:See the GLib manual, especially #GMainLoop and signal-related
* functions such as g_signal_connect()
*
* Before using GTK+, you need to initialize it; initialization connects to the
* window system display, and parses some standard command line arguments. The
* gtk_init() macro initializes GTK+. gtk_init() exits the application if errors
* occur; to avoid this, use gtk_init_check(). gtk_init_check() allows you to
* recover from a failed GTK+ initialization - you might start up your
* application in text mode instead.
*
* Like all GUI toolkits, GTK+ uses an event-driven programming model. When the
* user is doing nothing, GTK+ sits in the <firstterm>main loop</firstterm> and
* waits for input. If the user performs some action - say, a mouse click - then
* the main loop "wakes up" and delivers an event to GTK+. GTK+ forwards the
* event to one or more widgets.
*
* When widgets receive an event, they frequently emit one or more
* <firstterm>signals</firstterm>. Signals notify your program that "something
* interesting happened" by invoking functions you've connected to the signal
* with g_signal_connect(). Functions connected to a signal are often termed
* <firstterm>callbacks</firstterm>.
*
* When your callbacks are invoked, you would typically take some action - for
* example, when an Open button is clicked you might display a
* #GtkFileChooserDialog. After a callback finishes, GTK+ will return to the
* main loop and await more user input.
* </para>
* <example>
* <title>Typical <function>main()</function> function for a GTK+ application</title>
* <programlisting>
* int
* main (int argc, char **argv)
* {
* /&ast; Initialize i18n support &ast;/
* gtk_set_locale ();
*
* /&ast; Initialize the widget set &ast;/
* gtk_init (&argc, &argv);
*
* /&ast; Create the main window &ast;/
* mainwin = gtk_window_new (GTK_WINDOW_TOPLEVEL);
*
* /&ast; Set up our GUI elements &ast;/
* ...
*
* /&ast; Show the application window &ast;/
* gtk_widget_show_all (mainwin);
*
* /&ast; Enter the main event loop, and wait for user interaction &ast;/
* gtk_main ();
*
* /&ast; The user lost interest &ast;/
* return 0;
* }
* </programlisting>
* </example>
* <para>
* It's OK to use the GLib main loop directly instead of gtk_main(), though it
* involves slightly more typing. See #GMainLoop in the GLib documentation.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include "gtkmainprivate.h"
#include <glib.h>
#include "gdk/gdk.h"
#include <locale.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#include <sys/types.h> /* For uid_t, gid_t */
#ifdef G_OS_WIN32
#define STRICT
#include <windows.h>
#undef STRICT
#endif
#include "gtkintl.h"
#include "gtkaccelmap.h"
#include "gtkbox.h"
#include "gtkclipboard.h"
#include "gtkdnd.h"
#include "gtkversion.h"
#include "gtkmodules.h"
#include "gtkrecentmanager.h"
#include "gtkselectionprivate.h"
#include "gtksettingsprivate.h"
#include "gtkwidgetprivate.h"
#include "gtkwindowprivate.h"
#include "gtktooltip.h"
#include "gtkdebug.h"
#include "gtkmenu.h"
#ifdef G_OS_WIN32
static HMODULE gtk_dll;
BOOL WINAPI
DllMain (HINSTANCE hinstDLL,
DWORD fdwReason,
LPVOID lpvReserved)
{
switch (fdwReason)
{
case DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH:
gtk_dll = (HMODULE) hinstDLL;
break;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* These here before inclusion of gtkprivate.h so that the original
* GTK_LIBDIR and GTK_LOCALEDIR definitions are seen. Yeah, this is a
* bit sucky.
*/
const gchar *
_gtk_get_libdir (void)
{
static char *gtk_libdir = NULL;
if (gtk_libdir == NULL)
{
gchar *root = g_win32_get_package_installation_directory_of_module (gtk_dll);
gchar *slash = strrchr (root, '\\');
if (g_ascii_strcasecmp (slash + 1, ".libs") == 0)
gtk_libdir = GTK_LIBDIR;
else
gtk_libdir = g_build_filename (root, "lib", NULL);
g_free (root);
}
return gtk_libdir;
}
const gchar *
_gtk_get_localedir (void)
{
static char *gtk_localedir = NULL;
if (gtk_localedir == NULL)
{
const gchar *p;
gchar *root, *temp;
/* GTK_LOCALEDIR ends in either /lib/locale or
* /share/locale. Scan for that slash.
*/
p = GTK_LOCALEDIR + strlen (GTK_LOCALEDIR);
while (*--p != '/')
;
while (*--p != '/')
;
root = g_win32_get_package_installation_directory_of_module (gtk_dll);
temp = g_build_filename (root, p, NULL);
g_free (root);
/* gtk_localedir is passed to bindtextdomain() which isn't
* UTF-8-aware.
*/
gtk_localedir = g_win32_locale_filename_from_utf8 (temp);
g_free (temp);
}
return gtk_localedir;
}
#endif
#include "gtkprivate.h"
/* Private type definitions
*/
typedef struct _GtkKeySnooperData GtkKeySnooperData;
struct _GtkKeySnooperData
{
GtkKeySnoopFunc func;
gpointer func_data;
guint id;
};
static gint gtk_invoke_key_snoopers (GtkWidget *grab_widget,
GdkEvent *event);
static GtkWindowGroup *gtk_main_get_window_group (GtkWidget *widget);
static guint gtk_main_loop_level = 0;
static gint pre_initialized = FALSE;
static gint gtk_initialized = FALSE;
static GList *current_events = NULL;
static GSList *main_loops = NULL; /* stack of currently executing main loops */
static GSList *key_snoopers = NULL;
static guint debug_flags = 0; /* Global GTK debug flag */
#ifdef G_ENABLE_DEBUG
static const GDebugKey gtk_debug_keys[] = {
{"misc", GTK_DEBUG_MISC},
{"plugsocket", GTK_DEBUG_PLUGSOCKET},
{"text", GTK_DEBUG_TEXT},
{"tree", GTK_DEBUG_TREE},
{"updates", GTK_DEBUG_UPDATES},
{"keybindings", GTK_DEBUG_KEYBINDINGS},
{"multihead", GTK_DEBUG_MULTIHEAD},
{"modules", GTK_DEBUG_MODULES},
{"geometry", GTK_DEBUG_GEOMETRY},
{"icontheme", GTK_DEBUG_ICONTHEME},
{"printing", GTK_DEBUG_PRINTING},
{"builder", GTK_DEBUG_BUILDER},
{"size-request", GTK_DEBUG_SIZE_REQUEST},
};
#endif /* G_ENABLE_DEBUG */
/**
* gtk_get_major_version:
*
* Returns the major version number of the GTK+ library.
* (e.g. in GTK+ version 3.1.5 this is 3.)
*
* This function is in the library, so it represents the GTK+ library
* your code is running against. Contrast with the #GTK_MAJOR_VERSION
* macro, which represents the major version of the GTK+ headers you
* have included when compiling your code.
*
* Returns: the major version number of the GTK+ library
*
* Since: 3.0
*/
guint
gtk_get_major_version (void)
{
return GTK_MAJOR_VERSION;
}
/**
* gtk_get_minor_version:
*
* Returns the minor version number of the GTK+ library.
* (e.g. in GTK+ version 3.1.5 this is 1.)
*
* This function is in the library, so it represents the GTK+ library
* your code is are running against. Contrast with the
* #GTK_MINOR_VERSION macro, which represents the minor version of the
* GTK+ headers you have included when compiling your code.
*
* Returns: the minor version number of the GTK+ library
*
* Since: 3.0
*/
guint
gtk_get_minor_version (void)
{
return GTK_MINOR_VERSION;
}
/**
* gtk_get_micro_version:
*
* Returns the micro version number of the GTK+ library.
* (e.g. in GTK+ version 3.1.5 this is 5.)
*
* This function is in the library, so it represents the GTK+ library
* your code is are running against. Contrast with the
* #GTK_MICRO_VERSION macro, which represents the micro version of the
* GTK+ headers you have included when compiling your code.
*
* Returns: the micro version number of the GTK+ library
*
* Since: 3.0
*/
guint
gtk_get_micro_version (void)
{
return GTK_MICRO_VERSION;
}
/**
* gtk_get_binary_age:
*
* Returns the binary age as passed to <application>libtool</application>
* when building the GTK+ library the process is running against.
* If <application>libtool</application> means nothing to you, don't
* worry about it.
*
* Returns: the binary age of the GTK+ library
*
* Since: 3.0
*/
guint
gtk_get_binary_age (void)
{
return GTK_BINARY_AGE;
}
/**
* gtk_get_interface_age:
*
* Returns the interface age as passed to <application>libtool</application>
* when building the GTK+ library the process is running against.
* If <application>libtool</application> means nothing to you, don't
* worry about it.
*
* Returns: the interface age of the GTK+ library
*
* Since: 3.0
*/
guint
gtk_get_interface_age (void)
{
return GTK_INTERFACE_AGE;
}
/**
* gtk_check_version:
* @required_major: the required major version
* @required_minor: the required minor version
* @required_micro: the required micro version
*
* Checks that the GTK+ library in use is compatible with the
* given version. Generally you would pass in the constants
* #GTK_MAJOR_VERSION, #GTK_MINOR_VERSION, #GTK_MICRO_VERSION
* as the three arguments to this function; that produces
* a check that the library in use is compatible with
* the version of GTK+ the application or module was compiled
* against.
*
* Compatibility is defined by two things: first the version
* of the running library is newer than the version
* @required_major.required_minor.@required_micro. Second
* the running library must be binary compatible with the
* version @required_major.required_minor.@required_micro
* (same major version.)
*
* This function is primarily for GTK+ modules; the module
* can call this function to check that it wasn't loaded
* into an incompatible version of GTK+. However, such a
* check isn't completely reliable, since the module may be
* linked against an old version of GTK+ and calling the
* old version of gtk_check_version(), but still get loaded
* into an application using a newer version of GTK+.
*
* Return value: %NULL if the GTK+ library is compatible with the
* given version, or a string describing the version mismatch.
* The returned string is owned by GTK+ and should not be modified
* or freed.
*/
const gchar*
gtk_check_version (guint required_major,
guint required_minor,
guint required_micro)
{
gint gtk_effective_micro = 100 * GTK_MINOR_VERSION + GTK_MICRO_VERSION;
gint required_effective_micro = 100 * required_minor + required_micro;
if (required_major > GTK_MAJOR_VERSION)
return "GTK+ version too old (major mismatch)";
if (required_major < GTK_MAJOR_VERSION)
return "GTK+ version too new (major mismatch)";
if (required_effective_micro < gtk_effective_micro - GTK_BINARY_AGE)
return "GTK+ version too new (micro mismatch)";
if (required_effective_micro > gtk_effective_micro)
return "GTK+ version too old (micro mismatch)";
return NULL;
}
/* This checks to see if the process is running suid or sgid
* at the current time. If so, we don't allow GTK+ to be initialized.
* This is meant to be a mild check - we only error out if we
* can prove the programmer is doing something wrong, not if
* they could be doing something wrong. For this reason, we
* don't use issetugid() on BSD or prctl (PR_GET_DUMPABLE).
*/
static gboolean
check_setugid (void)
{
/* this isn't at all relevant on MS Windows and doesn't compile ... --hb */
#ifndef G_OS_WIN32
uid_t ruid, euid, suid; /* Real, effective and saved user ID's */
gid_t rgid, egid, sgid; /* Real, effective and saved group ID's */
#ifdef HAVE_GETRESUID
/* These aren't in the header files, so we prototype them here.
*/
int getresuid(uid_t *ruid, uid_t *euid, uid_t *suid);
int getresgid(gid_t *rgid, gid_t *egid, gid_t *sgid);
if (getresuid (&ruid, &euid, &suid) != 0 ||
getresgid (&rgid, &egid, &sgid) != 0)
#endif /* HAVE_GETRESUID */
{
suid = ruid = getuid ();
sgid = rgid = getgid ();
euid = geteuid ();
egid = getegid ();
}
if (ruid != euid || ruid != suid ||
rgid != egid || rgid != sgid)
{
g_warning ("This process is currently running setuid or setgid.\n"
"This is not a supported use of GTK+. You must create a helper\n"
"program instead. For further details, see:\n\n"
" http://www.gtk.org/setuid.html\n\n"
"Refusing to initialize GTK+.");
exit (1);
}
#endif
return TRUE;
}
#ifdef G_OS_WIN32
const gchar *
_gtk_get_datadir (void)
{
static char *gtk_datadir = NULL;
if (gtk_datadir == NULL)
{
gchar *root = g_win32_get_package_installation_directory_of_module (gtk_dll);
gtk_datadir = g_build_filename (root, "share", NULL);
g_free (root);
}
return gtk_datadir;
}
const gchar *
_gtk_get_sysconfdir (void)
{
static char *gtk_sysconfdir = NULL;
if (gtk_sysconfdir == NULL)
{
gchar *root = g_win32_get_package_installation_directory_of_module (gtk_dll);
gtk_sysconfdir = g_build_filename (root, "etc", NULL);
g_free (root);
}
return gtk_sysconfdir;
}
const gchar *
_gtk_get_data_prefix (void)
{
static char *gtk_data_prefix = NULL;
if (gtk_data_prefix == NULL)
gtk_data_prefix = g_win32_get_package_installation_directory_of_module (gtk_dll);
return gtk_data_prefix;
}
#endif /* G_OS_WIN32 */
static gboolean do_setlocale = TRUE;
/**
* gtk_disable_setlocale:
*
* Prevents gtk_init(), gtk_init_check(), gtk_init_with_args() and
* gtk_parse_args() from automatically
* calling <literal>setlocale (LC_ALL, "")</literal>. You would
* want to use this function if you wanted to set the locale for
* your program to something other than the user's locale, or if
* you wanted to set different values for different locale categories.
*
* Most programs should not need to call this function.
**/
void
gtk_disable_setlocale (void)
{
if (pre_initialized)
g_warning ("gtk_disable_setlocale() must be called before gtk_init()");
do_setlocale = FALSE;
}
#ifdef G_PLATFORM_WIN32
#undef gtk_init_check
#endif
static GString *gtk_modules_string = NULL;
static gboolean g_fatal_warnings = FALSE;
#ifdef G_ENABLE_DEBUG
static gboolean
gtk_arg_debug_cb (const char *key, const char *value, gpointer user_data)
{
debug_flags |= g_parse_debug_string (value,
gtk_debug_keys,
G_N_ELEMENTS (gtk_debug_keys));
return TRUE;
}
static gboolean
gtk_arg_no_debug_cb (const char *key, const char *value, gpointer user_data)
{
debug_flags &= ~g_parse_debug_string (value,
gtk_debug_keys,
G_N_ELEMENTS (gtk_debug_keys));
return TRUE;
}
#endif /* G_ENABLE_DEBUG */
static gboolean
gtk_arg_module_cb (const char *key, const char *value, gpointer user_data)
{
if (value && *value)
{
if (gtk_modules_string)
g_string_append_c (gtk_modules_string, G_SEARCHPATH_SEPARATOR);
else
gtk_modules_string = g_string_new (NULL);
g_string_append (gtk_modules_string, value);
}
return TRUE;
}
static const GOptionEntry gtk_args[] = {
{ "gtk-module", 0, 0, G_OPTION_ARG_CALLBACK, gtk_arg_module_cb,
/* Description of --gtk-module=MODULES in --help output */ N_("Load additional GTK+ modules"),
/* Placeholder in --gtk-module=MODULES in --help output */ N_("MODULES") },
{ "g-fatal-warnings", 0, 0, G_OPTION_ARG_NONE, &g_fatal_warnings,
/* Description of --g-fatal-warnings in --help output */ N_("Make all warnings fatal"), NULL },
#ifdef G_ENABLE_DEBUG
{ "gtk-debug", 0, 0, G_OPTION_ARG_CALLBACK, gtk_arg_debug_cb,
/* Description of --gtk-debug=FLAGS in --help output */ N_("GTK+ debugging flags to set"),
/* Placeholder in --gtk-debug=FLAGS in --help output */ N_("FLAGS") },
{ "gtk-no-debug", 0, 0, G_OPTION_ARG_CALLBACK, gtk_arg_no_debug_cb,
/* Description of --gtk-no-debug=FLAGS in --help output */ N_("GTK+ debugging flags to unset"),
/* Placeholder in --gtk-no-debug=FLAGS in --help output */ N_("FLAGS") },
#endif
{ NULL }
};
#ifdef G_OS_WIN32
static char *iso639_to_check = NULL;
static char *iso3166_to_check = NULL;
static char *script_to_check = NULL;
static gboolean setlocale_called = FALSE;
static BOOL CALLBACK
enum_locale_proc (LPTSTR locale)
{
LCID lcid;
char iso639[10];
char iso3166[10];
char *endptr;
lcid = strtoul (locale, &endptr, 16);
if (*endptr == '\0' &&
GetLocaleInfo (lcid, LOCALE_SISO639LANGNAME, iso639, sizeof (iso639)) &&
GetLocaleInfo (lcid, LOCALE_SISO3166CTRYNAME, iso3166, sizeof (iso3166)))
{
if (strcmp (iso639, iso639_to_check) == 0 &&
((iso3166_to_check != NULL &&
strcmp (iso3166, iso3166_to_check) == 0) ||
(iso3166_to_check == NULL &&
SUBLANGID (LANGIDFROMLCID (lcid)) == SUBLANG_DEFAULT)))
{
char language[100], country[100];
char locale[300];
if (script_to_check != NULL)
{
/* If lcid is the "other" script for this language,
* return TRUE, i.e. continue looking.
*/
if (strcmp (script_to_check, "Latn") == 0)
{
switch (LANGIDFROMLCID (lcid))
{
case MAKELANGID (LANG_AZERI, SUBLANG_AZERI_CYRILLIC):
return TRUE;
case MAKELANGID (LANG_UZBEK, SUBLANG_UZBEK_CYRILLIC):
return TRUE;
case MAKELANGID (LANG_SERBIAN, SUBLANG_SERBIAN_CYRILLIC):
return TRUE;
case MAKELANGID (LANG_SERBIAN, 0x07):
/* Serbian in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyrillic */
return TRUE;
}
}
else if (strcmp (script_to_check, "Cyrl") == 0)
{
switch (LANGIDFROMLCID (lcid))
{
case MAKELANGID (LANG_AZERI, SUBLANG_AZERI_LATIN):
return TRUE;
case MAKELANGID (LANG_UZBEK, SUBLANG_UZBEK_LATIN):
return TRUE;
case MAKELANGID (LANG_SERBIAN, SUBLANG_SERBIAN_LATIN):
return TRUE;
case MAKELANGID (LANG_SERBIAN, 0x06):
/* Serbian in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latin */
return TRUE;
}
}
}
SetThreadLocale (lcid);
if (GetLocaleInfo (lcid, LOCALE_SENGLANGUAGE, language, sizeof (language)) &&
GetLocaleInfo (lcid, LOCALE_SENGCOUNTRY, country, sizeof (country)))
{
strcpy (locale, language);
strcat (locale, "_");
strcat (locale, country);
if (setlocale (LC_ALL, locale) != NULL)
setlocale_called = TRUE;
}
return FALSE;
}
}
return TRUE;
}
#endif
static void
setlocale_initialization (void)
{
static gboolean initialized = FALSE;
if (initialized)
return;
initialized = TRUE;
if (do_setlocale)
{
#ifdef G_OS_WIN32
/* If some of the POSIXish environment variables are set, set
* the Win32 thread locale correspondingly.
*/
char *p = getenv ("LC_ALL");
if (p == NULL)
p = getenv ("LANG");
if (p != NULL)
{
p = g_strdup (p);
if (strcmp (p, "C") == 0)
SetThreadLocale (LOCALE_SYSTEM_DEFAULT);
else
{
/* Check if one of the supported locales match the
* environment variable. If so, use that locale.
*/
iso639_to_check = p;
iso3166_to_check = strchr (iso639_to_check, '_');
if (iso3166_to_check != NULL)
{
*iso3166_to_check++ = '\0';
script_to_check = strchr (iso3166_to_check, '@');
if (script_to_check != NULL)
*script_to_check++ = '\0';
/* Handle special cases. */
/* The standard code for Serbia and Montenegro was
* "CS", but MSFT uses for some reason "SP". By now
* (October 2006), SP has split into two, "RS" and
* "ME", but don't bother trying to handle those
* yet. Do handle the even older "YU", though.
*/
if (strcmp (iso3166_to_check, "CS") == 0 ||
strcmp (iso3166_to_check, "YU") == 0)
iso3166_to_check = "SP";
}
else
{
script_to_check = strchr (iso639_to_check, '@');
if (script_to_check != NULL)
*script_to_check++ = '\0';
/* LANG_SERBIAN == LANG_CROATIAN, recognize just "sr" */
if (strcmp (iso639_to_check, "sr") == 0)
iso3166_to_check = "SP";
}
EnumSystemLocales (enum_locale_proc, LCID_SUPPORTED);
}
g_free (p);
}
if (!setlocale_called)
setlocale (LC_ALL, "");
#else
if (!setlocale (LC_ALL, ""))
g_warning ("Locale not supported by C library.\n\tUsing the fallback 'C' locale.");
#endif
}
}
/* Return TRUE if module_to_check causes version conflicts.
* If module_to_check is NULL, check the main module.
*/
gboolean
_gtk_module_has_mixed_deps (GModule *module_to_check)
{
GModule *module;
gpointer func;
gboolean result;
if (!module_to_check)
module = g_module_open (NULL, 0);
else
module = module_to_check;
if (g_module_symbol (module, "gtk_progress_get_type", &func))
result = TRUE;
else
result = FALSE;
if (!module_to_check)
g_module_close (module);
return result;
}
static void
do_pre_parse_initialization (int *argc,
char ***argv)
{
const gchar *env_string;
if (pre_initialized)
return;
pre_initialized = TRUE;
if (_gtk_module_has_mixed_deps (NULL))
g_error ("GTK+ 2.x symbols detected. Using GTK+ 2.x and GTK+ 3 in the same process is not supported");
gdk_pre_parse_libgtk_only ();
gdk_event_handler_set ((GdkEventFunc)gtk_main_do_event, NULL, NULL);
#ifdef G_ENABLE_DEBUG
env_string = g_getenv ("GTK_DEBUG");
if (env_string != NULL)
{
debug_flags = g_parse_debug_string (env_string,
gtk_debug_keys,
G_N_ELEMENTS (gtk_debug_keys));
env_string = NULL;
}
#endif /* G_ENABLE_DEBUG */
env_string = g_getenv ("GTK_MODULES");
if (env_string)
gtk_modules_string = g_string_new (env_string);
}
static void
gettext_initialization (void)
{
setlocale_initialization ();
#ifdef ENABLE_NLS
bindtextdomain (GETTEXT_PACKAGE, GTK_LOCALEDIR);
bindtextdomain (GETTEXT_PACKAGE "-properties", GTK_LOCALEDIR);
# ifdef HAVE_BIND_TEXTDOMAIN_CODESET
bind_textdomain_codeset (GETTEXT_PACKAGE, "UTF-8");
bind_textdomain_codeset (GETTEXT_PACKAGE "-properties", "UTF-8");
# endif
#endif
}
/* XXX: Remove me after getting rid of gail */
extern void _gtk_accessibility_init (void);
static void
do_post_parse_initialization (int *argc,
char ***argv)
{
if (gtk_initialized)
return;
gettext_initialization ();
#ifdef SIGPIPE
signal (SIGPIPE, SIG_IGN);
#endif
if (g_fatal_warnings)
{
GLogLevelFlags fatal_mask;
fatal_mask = g_log_set_always_fatal (G_LOG_FATAL_MASK);
fatal_mask |= G_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING | G_LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL;
g_log_set_always_fatal (fatal_mask);
}
if (debug_flags & GTK_DEBUG_UPDATES)
gdk_window_set_debug_updates (TRUE);
{
/* Translate to default:RTL if you want your widgets
* to be RTL, otherwise translate to default:LTR.
* Do *not* translate it to "predefinito:LTR", if it
* it isn't default:LTR or default:RTL it will not work
*/
char *e = _("default:LTR");
if (strcmp (e, "default:RTL")==0)
gtk_widget_set_default_direction (GTK_TEXT_DIR_RTL);
else if (strcmp (e, "default:LTR"))
g_warning ("Whoever translated default:LTR did so wrongly.\n");
}
/* do what the call to gtk_type_init() used to do */
g_type_init ();
_gtk_accel_map_init ();
/* Set the 'initialized' flag.
*/
gtk_initialized = TRUE;
/* load gtk modules */
if (gtk_modules_string)
{
_gtk_modules_init (argc, argv, gtk_modules_string->str);
g_string_free (gtk_modules_string, TRUE);
}
else
{
_gtk_modules_init (argc, argv, NULL);
}
_gtk_accessibility_init ();
}
typedef struct
{
gboolean open_default_display;
} OptionGroupInfo;
static gboolean
pre_parse_hook (GOptionContext *context,
GOptionGroup *group,
gpointer data,
GError **error)
{
do_pre_parse_initialization (NULL, NULL);
return TRUE;
}
static gboolean
post_parse_hook (GOptionContext *context,
GOptionGroup *group,
gpointer data,
GError **error)
{
OptionGroupInfo *info = data;
do_post_parse_initialization (NULL, NULL);
if (info->open_default_display)
{
if (gdk_display_open_default_libgtk_only () == NULL)
{
const char *display_name = gdk_get_display_arg_name ();
g_set_error (error,
G_OPTION_ERROR,
G_OPTION_ERROR_FAILED,
_("Cannot open display: %s"),
display_name ? display_name : "" );
return FALSE;
}
}
return TRUE;
}
/**
* gtk_get_debug_flags:
*
* Returns the GTK+ debug flags.
*
* This function is intended for GTK+ modules that want
* to adjust their debug output based on GTK+ debug flags.
*
* Returns: the GTK+ debug flags.
*/
guint
gtk_get_debug_flags (void)
{
return debug_flags;
}
/**
* gtk_set_debug_flags:
*
* Sets the GTK+ debug flags.
*/
void
gtk_set_debug_flags (guint flags)
{
debug_flags = flags;
}
/**
* gtk_get_option_group: (skip)
* @open_default_display: whether to open the default display
* when parsing the commandline arguments
*
* Returns a #GOptionGroup for the commandline arguments recognized
* by GTK+ and GDK.
*
* You should add this group to your #GOptionContext
* with g_option_context_add_group(), if you are using
* g_option_context_parse() to parse your commandline arguments.
*
* Returns: a #GOptionGroup for the commandline arguments recognized
* by GTK+
*
* Since: 2.6
*/
GOptionGroup *
gtk_get_option_group (gboolean open_default_display)
{
GOptionGroup *group;
OptionGroupInfo *info;
gettext_initialization ();
info = g_new0 (OptionGroupInfo, 1);
info->open_default_display = open_default_display;
group = g_option_group_new ("gtk", _("GTK+ Options"), _("Show GTK+ Options"), info, g_free);
g_option_group_set_parse_hooks (group, pre_parse_hook, post_parse_hook);
gdk_add_option_entries_libgtk_only (group);
g_option_group_add_entries (group, gtk_args);
g_option_group_set_translation_domain (group, GETTEXT_PACKAGE);
return group;
}
/**
* gtk_init_with_args:
* @argc: (inout): Address of the <parameter>argc</parameter> parameter of
* your main() function (or 0 if @argv is %NULL). This will be changed if
* any arguments were handled.
* @argv: (array length=argc) (inout) (allow-none): Address of the
* <parameter>argv</parameter> parameter of main(), or %NULL. Any options
* understood by GTK+ are stripped before return.
* @parameter_string: a string which is displayed in
* the first line of <option>--help</option> output, after
* <literal><replaceable>programname</replaceable> [OPTION...]</literal>
* @entries: (array zero-terminated=1): a %NULL-terminated array
* of #GOptionEntrys describing the options of your program
* @translation_domain: a translation domain to use for translating
* the <option>--help</option> output for the options in @entries
* and the @parameter_string with gettext(), or %NULL
* @error: a return location for errors
*
* This function does the same work as gtk_init_check().
* Additionally, it allows you to add your own commandline options,
* and it automatically generates nicely formatted
* <option>--help</option> output. Note that your program will
* be terminated after writing out the help output.
*
* Returns: %TRUE if the windowing system has been successfully
* initialized, %FALSE otherwise
*
* Since: 2.6
*/
gboolean
gtk_init_with_args (gint *argc,
gchar ***argv,
const gchar *parameter_string,
const GOptionEntry *entries,
const gchar *translation_domain,
GError **error)
{
GOptionContext *context;
GOptionGroup *gtk_group;
gboolean retval;
if (gtk_initialized)
return gdk_display_open_default_libgtk_only () != NULL;
gettext_initialization ();
if (!check_setugid ())
return FALSE;
gtk_group = gtk_get_option_group (TRUE);
context = g_option_context_new (parameter_string);
g_option_context_add_group (context, gtk_group);
g_option_context_set_translation_domain (context, translation_domain);
if (entries)
g_option_context_add_main_entries (context, entries, translation_domain);
retval = g_option_context_parse (context, argc, argv, error);
g_option_context_free (context);
return retval;
}
/**
* gtk_parse_args:
* @argc: (inout): a pointer to the number of command line arguments
* @argv: (array length=argc) (inout): a pointer to the array of
* command line arguments
*
* Parses command line arguments, and initializes global
* attributes of GTK+, but does not actually open a connection
* to a display. (See gdk_display_open(), gdk_get_display_arg_name())
*
* Any arguments used by GTK+ or GDK are removed from the array and
* @argc and @argv are updated accordingly.
*
* There is no need to call this function explicitely if you are using
* gtk_init(), or gtk_init_check().
*
* Return value: %TRUE if initialization succeeded, otherwise %FALSE
*/
gboolean
gtk_parse_args (int *argc,
char ***argv)
{
GOptionContext *option_context;
GOptionGroup *gtk_group;
GError *error = NULL;
if (gtk_initialized)
return TRUE;
gettext_initialization ();
if (!check_setugid ())
return FALSE;
option_context = g_option_context_new (NULL);
g_option_context_set_ignore_unknown_options (option_context, TRUE);
g_option_context_set_help_enabled (option_context, FALSE);
gtk_group = gtk_get_option_group (FALSE);
g_option_context_set_main_group (option_context, gtk_group);
if (!g_option_context_parse (option_context, argc, argv, &error))
{
g_warning ("%s", error->message);
g_error_free (error);
}
g_option_context_free (option_context);
return TRUE;
}
#ifdef G_PLATFORM_WIN32
#undef gtk_init_check
#endif
/**
* gtk_init_check:
* @argc: (inout): Address of the <parameter>argc</parameter> parameter of
* your main() function (or 0 if @argv is %NULL). This will be changed if
* any arguments were handled.
* @argv: (array length=argc) (inout) (allow-none): Address of the
* <parameter>argv</parameter> parameter of main(), or %NULL. Any options
* understood by GTK+ are stripped before return.
*
* This function does the same work as gtk_init() with only a single
* change: It does not terminate the program if the windowing system
* can't be initialized. Instead it returns %FALSE on failure.
*
* This way the application can fall back to some other means of
* communication with the user - for example a curses or command line
* interface.
*
* Return value: %TRUE if the windowing system has been successfully
* initialized, %FALSE otherwise
*/
gboolean
gtk_init_check (int *argc,
char ***argv)
{
if (!gtk_parse_args (argc, argv))
return FALSE;
return gdk_display_open_default_libgtk_only () != NULL;
}
#ifdef G_PLATFORM_WIN32
#undef gtk_init
#endif
/**
* gtk_init:
* @argc: (inout): Address of the <parameter>argc</parameter> parameter of
* your main() function (or 0 if @argv is %NULL). This will be changed if
* any arguments were handled.
* @argv: (array length=argc) (inout) (allow-none): Address of the
* <parameter>argv</parameter> parameter of main(), or %NULL. Any options
* understood by GTK+ are stripped before return.
*
* Call this function before using any other GTK+ functions in your GUI
* applications. It will initialize everything needed to operate the
* toolkit and parses some standard command line options.
*
* Although you are expected to pass the @argc, @argv parameters from main() to
* this function, it is possible to pass %NULL if @argv is not available or
* commandline handling is not required.
*
* @argc and @argv are adjusted accordingly so your own code will
* never see those standard arguments.
*
* Note that there are some alternative ways to initialize GTK+:
* if you are calling gtk_parse_args(), gtk_init_check(),
* gtk_init_with_args() or g_option_context_parse() with
* the option group returned by gtk_get_option_group(),
* you <emphasis>don't</emphasis> have to call gtk_init().
*
* <note><para>
* This function will terminate your program if it was unable to
* initialize the windowing system for some reason. If you want
* your program to fall back to a textual interface you want to
* call gtk_init_check() instead.
* </para></note>
*
* <note><para>
* Since 2.18, GTK+ calls <literal>signal (SIGPIPE, SIG_IGN)</literal>
* during initialization, to ignore SIGPIPE signals, since these are
* almost never wanted in graphical applications. If you do need to
* handle SIGPIPE for some reason, reset the handler after gtk_init(),
* but notice that other libraries (e.g. libdbus or gvfs) might do
* similar things.
* </para></note>
*/
void
gtk_init (int *argc, char ***argv)
{
if (!gtk_init_check (argc, argv))
{
const char *display_name_arg = gdk_get_display_arg_name ();
if (display_name_arg == NULL)
display_name_arg = getenv("DISPLAY");
g_warning ("cannot open display: %s", display_name_arg ? display_name_arg : "");
exit (1);
}
}
#ifdef G_OS_WIN32
/* This is relevant when building with gcc for Windows (MinGW),
* where we want to be struct packing compatible with MSVC,
* i.e. use the -mms-bitfields switch.
* For Cygwin there should be no need to be compatible with MSVC,
* so no need to use G_PLATFORM_WIN32.
*/
static void
check_sizeof_GtkWindow (size_t sizeof_GtkWindow)
{
if (sizeof_GtkWindow != sizeof (GtkWindow))
g_error ("Incompatible build!\n"
"The code using GTK+ thinks GtkWindow is of different\n"
"size than it actually is in this build of GTK+.\n"
"On Windows, this probably means that you have compiled\n"
"your code with gcc without the -mms-bitfields switch,\n"
"or that you are using an unsupported compiler.");
}
/* In GTK+ 2.0 the GtkWindow struct actually is the same size in
* gcc-compiled code on Win32 whether compiled with -fnative-struct or
* not. Unfortunately this wan't noticed until after GTK+ 2.0.1. So,
* from GTK+ 2.0.2 on, check some other struct, too, where the use of
* -fnative-struct still matters. GtkBox is one such.
*/
static void
check_sizeof_GtkBox (size_t sizeof_GtkBox)
{
if (sizeof_GtkBox != sizeof (GtkBox))
g_error ("Incompatible build!\n"
"The code using GTK+ thinks GtkBox is of different\n"
"size than it actually is in this build of GTK+.\n"
"On Windows, this probably means that you have compiled\n"
"your code with gcc without the -mms-bitfields switch,\n"
"or that you are using an unsupported compiler.");
}
/* These two functions might get more checks added later, thus pass
* in the number of extra args.
*/
void
gtk_init_abi_check (int *argc, char ***argv, int num_checks, size_t sizeof_GtkWindow, size_t sizeof_GtkBox)
{
check_sizeof_GtkWindow (sizeof_GtkWindow);
if (num_checks >= 2)
check_sizeof_GtkBox (sizeof_GtkBox);
gtk_init (argc, argv);
}
gboolean
gtk_init_check_abi_check (int *argc, char ***argv, int num_checks, size_t sizeof_GtkWindow, size_t sizeof_GtkBox)
{
check_sizeof_GtkWindow (sizeof_GtkWindow);
if (num_checks >= 2)
check_sizeof_GtkBox (sizeof_GtkBox);
return gtk_init_check (argc, argv);
}
#endif
/*
* _gtk_get_lc_ctype:
*
* Return the Unix-style locale string for the language currently in
* effect. On Unix systems, this is the return value from
* <literal>setlocale(LC_CTYPE, NULL)</literal>, and the user can
* affect this through the environment variables LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE or
* LANG (checked in that order). The locale strings typically is in
* the form lang_COUNTRY, where lang is an ISO-639 language code, and
* COUNTRY is an ISO-3166 country code. For instance, sv_FI for
* Swedish as written in Finland or pt_BR for Portuguese as written in
* Brazil.
*
* On Windows, the C library doesn't use any such environment
* variables, and setting them won't affect the behaviour of functions
* like ctime(). The user sets the locale through the Regional Options
* in the Control Panel. The C library (in the setlocale() function)
* does not use country and language codes, but country and language
* names spelled out in English.
* However, this function does check the above environment
* variables, and does return a Unix-style locale string based on
* either said environment variables or the thread's current locale.
*
* Return value: a dynamically allocated string, free with g_free().
*/
gchar *
_gtk_get_lc_ctype (void)
{
#ifdef G_OS_WIN32
/* Somebody might try to set the locale for this process using the
* LANG or LC_ environment variables. The Microsoft C library
* doesn't know anything about them. You set the locale in the
* Control Panel. Setting these env vars won't have any affect on
* locale-dependent C library functions like ctime(). But just for
* kicks, do obey LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE and LANG in GTK. (This also makes
* it easier to test GTK and Pango in various default languages, you
* don't have to clickety-click in the Control Panel, you can simply
* start the program with LC_ALL=something on the command line.)
*/
gchar *p;
p = getenv ("LC_ALL");
if (p != NULL)
return g_strdup (p);
p = getenv ("LC_CTYPE");
if (p != NULL)
return g_strdup (p);
p = getenv ("LANG");
if (p != NULL)
return g_strdup (p);
return g_win32_getlocale ();
#else
return g_strdup (setlocale (LC_CTYPE, NULL));
#endif
}
/**
* gtk_get_default_language:
*
* Returns the #PangoLanguage for the default language currently in
* effect. (Note that this can change over the life of an
* application.) The default language is derived from the current
* locale. It determines, for example, whether GTK+ uses the
* right-to-left or left-to-right text direction.
*
* This function is equivalent to pango_language_get_default().
* See that function for details.
*
* Return value: the default language as a #PangoLanguage,
* must not be freed
*/
PangoLanguage *
gtk_get_default_language (void)
{
return pango_language_get_default ();
}
/**
* gtk_main:
*
* Runs the main loop until gtk_main_quit() is called.
*
* You can nest calls to gtk_main(). In that case gtk_main_quit()
* will make the innermost invocation of the main loop return.
*/
void
gtk_main (void)
{
GMainLoop *loop;
gtk_main_loop_level++;
loop = g_main_loop_new (NULL, TRUE);
main_loops = g_slist_prepend (main_loops, loop);
if (g_main_loop_is_running (main_loops->data))
{
GDK_THREADS_LEAVE ();
g_main_loop_run (loop);
GDK_THREADS_ENTER ();
gdk_flush ();
}
main_loops = g_slist_remove (main_loops, loop);
g_main_loop_unref (loop);
gtk_main_loop_level--;
if (gtk_main_loop_level == 0)
{
/* Try storing all clipboard data we have */
_gtk_clipboard_store_all ();
/* Synchronize the recent manager singleton */
_gtk_recent_manager_sync ();
}
}
/**
* gtk_main_level:
*
* Asks for the current nesting level of the main loop.
*
* Returns: the nesting level of the current invocation
* of the main loop
*/
guint
gtk_main_level (void)
{
return gtk_main_loop_level;
}
/**
* gtk_main_quit:
*
* Makes the innermost invocation of the main loop return
* when it regains control.
*/
void
gtk_main_quit (void)
{
g_return_if_fail (main_loops != NULL);
g_main_loop_quit (main_loops->data);
}
/**
* gtk_events_pending:
*
* Checks if any events are pending.
*
* This can be used to update the UI and invoke timeouts etc.
* while doing some time intensive computation.
*
* <example>
* <title>Updating the UI during a long computation</title>
* <programlisting>
* /&ast; computation going on... &ast;/
*
* while (gtk_events_pending ())
* gtk_main_iteration ();
*
* /&ast; ...computation continued &ast;/
* </programlisting>
* </example>
*
* Returns: %TRUE if any events are pending, %FALSE otherwise
*/
gboolean
gtk_events_pending (void)
{
gboolean result;
GDK_THREADS_LEAVE ();
result = g_main_context_pending (NULL);
GDK_THREADS_ENTER ();
return result;
}
/**
* gtk_main_iteration:
*
* Runs a single iteration of the mainloop.
*
* If no events are waiting to be processed GTK+ will block
* until the next event is noticed. If you don't want to block
* look at gtk_main_iteration_do() or check if any events are
* pending with gtk_events_pending() first.
*
* Returns: %TRUE if gtk_main_quit() has been called for the
* innermost mainloop
*/
gboolean
gtk_main_iteration (void)
{
GDK_THREADS_LEAVE ();
g_main_context_iteration (NULL, TRUE);
GDK_THREADS_ENTER ();
if (main_loops)
return !g_main_loop_is_running (main_loops->data);
else
return TRUE;
}
/**
* gtk_main_iteration_do:
* @blocking: %TRUE if you want GTK+ to block if no events are pending
*
* Runs a single iteration of the mainloop.
* If no events are available either return or block depending on
* the value of @blocking.
*
* Returns: %TRUE if gtk_main_quit() has been called for the
* innermost mainloop
*/
gboolean
gtk_main_iteration_do (gboolean blocking)
{
GDK_THREADS_LEAVE ();
g_main_context_iteration (NULL, blocking);
GDK_THREADS_ENTER ();
if (main_loops)
return !g_main_loop_is_running (main_loops->data);
else
return TRUE;
}
/* private libgtk to libgdk interfaces */
gboolean gdk_device_grab_info_libgtk_only (GdkDisplay *display,
GdkDevice *device,
GdkWindow **grab_window,
gboolean *owner_events);
static void
rewrite_events_translate (GdkWindow *old_window,
GdkWindow *new_window,
gdouble *x,
gdouble *y)
{
gint old_origin_x, old_origin_y;
gint new_origin_x, new_origin_y;
gdk_window_get_origin (old_window, &old_origin_x, &old_origin_y);
gdk_window_get_origin (new_window, &new_origin_x, &new_origin_y);
*x += old_origin_x - new_origin_x;
*y += old_origin_y - new_origin_y;
}
static GdkEvent *
rewrite_event_for_window (GdkEvent *event,
GdkWindow *new_window)
{
event = gdk_event_copy (event);
switch (event->type)
{
case GDK_SCROLL:
rewrite_events_translate (event->any.window,
new_window,
&event->scroll.x, &event->scroll.y);
break;
case GDK_BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE:
rewrite_events_translate (event->any.window,
new_window,
&event->button.x, &event->button.y);
break;
case GDK_MOTION_NOTIFY:
rewrite_events_translate (event->any.window,
new_window,
&event->motion.x, &event->motion.y);
break;
case GDK_KEY_PRESS:
case GDK_KEY_RELEASE:
case GDK_PROXIMITY_IN:
case GDK_PROXIMITY_OUT:
break;
default:
return event;
}
g_object_unref (event->any.window);
event->any.window = g_object_ref (new_window);
return event;
}
/* If there is a pointer or keyboard grab in effect with owner_events = TRUE,
* then what X11 does is deliver the event normally if it was going to this
* client, otherwise, delivers it in terms of the grab window. This function
* rewrites events to the effect that events going to the same window group
* are delivered normally, otherwise, the event is delivered in terms of the
* grab window.
*/
static GdkEvent *
rewrite_event_for_grabs (GdkEvent *event)
{
GdkWindow *grab_window;
GtkWidget *event_widget, *grab_widget;
gpointer grab_widget_ptr;
gboolean owner_events;
GdkDisplay *display;
GdkDevice *device;
switch (event->type)
{
case GDK_SCROLL:
case GDK_BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE:
case GDK_MOTION_NOTIFY:
case GDK_PROXIMITY_IN:
case GDK_PROXIMITY_OUT:
case GDK_KEY_PRESS:
case GDK_KEY_RELEASE:
display = gdk_window_get_display (event->any.window);
device = gdk_event_get_device (event);
if (!gdk_device_grab_info_libgtk_only (display, device, &grab_window, &owner_events) ||
!owner_events)
return NULL;
break;
default:
return NULL;
}
event_widget = gtk_get_event_widget (event);
gdk_window_get_user_data (grab_window, &grab_widget_ptr);
grab_widget = grab_widget_ptr;
if (grab_widget &&
gtk_main_get_window_group (grab_widget) != gtk_main_get_window_group (event_widget))
return rewrite_event_for_window (event, grab_window);
else
return NULL;
}
/**
* gtk_main_do_event:
* @event: An event to process (normally passed by GDK)
*
* Processes a single GDK event.
*
* This is public only to allow filtering of events between GDK and GTK+.
* You will not usually need to call this function directly.
*
* While you should not call this function directly, you might want to
* know how exactly events are handled. So here is what this function
* does with the event:
*
* <orderedlist>
* <listitem><para>
* Compress enter/leave notify events. If the event passed build an
* enter/leave pair together with the next event (peeked from GDK), both
* events are thrown away. This is to avoid a backlog of (de-)highlighting
* widgets crossed by the pointer.
* </para></listitem>
* <listitem><para>
* Find the widget which got the event. If the widget can't be determined
* the event is thrown away unless it belongs to a INCR transaction. In that
* case it is passed to gtk_selection_incr_event().
* </para></listitem>
* <listitem><para>
* Then the event is pushed onto a stack so you can query the currently
* handled event with gtk_get_current_event().
* </para></listitem>
* <listitem><para>
* The event is sent to a widget. If a grab is active all events for widgets
* that are not in the contained in the grab widget are sent to the latter
* with a few exceptions:
* <itemizedlist>
* <listitem><para>
* Deletion and destruction events are still sent to the event widget for
* obvious reasons.
* </para></listitem>
* <listitem><para>
* Events which directly relate to the visual representation of the event
* widget.
* </para></listitem>
* <listitem><para>
* Leave events are delivered to the event widget if there was an enter
* event delivered to it before without the paired leave event.
* </para></listitem>
* <listitem><para>
* Drag events are not redirected because it is unclear what the semantics
* of that would be.
* </para></listitem>
* </itemizedlist>
* Another point of interest might be that all key events are first passed
* through the key snooper functions if there are any. Read the description
* of gtk_key_snooper_install() if you need this feature.
* </para></listitem>
* <listitem><para>
* After finishing the delivery the event is popped from the event stack.
* </para></listitem>
* </orderedlist>
*/
void
gtk_main_do_event (GdkEvent *event)
{
GtkWidget *event_widget;
GtkWidget *grab_widget = NULL;
GtkWindowGroup *window_group;
GdkEvent *rewritten_event = NULL;
GdkDevice *device;
GList *tmp_list;
if (event->type == GDK_SETTING)
{
_gtk_settings_handle_event (&event->setting);
return;
}
if (event->type == GDK_OWNER_CHANGE)
{
_gtk_clipboard_handle_event (&event->owner_change);
return;
}
/* Find the widget which got the event. We store the widget
* in the user_data field of GdkWindow's. Ignore the event
* if we don't have a widget for it, except for GDK_PROPERTY_NOTIFY
* events which are handled specially. Though this happens rarely,
* bogus events can occur for e.g. destroyed GdkWindows.
*/
event_widget = gtk_get_event_widget (event);
if (!event_widget)
{
/* To handle selection INCR transactions, we select
* PropertyNotify events on the requestor window and create
* a corresponding (fake) GdkWindow so that events get here.
* There won't be a widget though, so we have to handle
* them specially
*/
if (event->type == GDK_PROPERTY_NOTIFY)
_gtk_selection_incr_event (event->any.window,
&event->property);
return;
}
/* If pointer or keyboard grabs are in effect, munge the events
* so that each window group looks like a separate app.
*/
rewritten_event = rewrite_event_for_grabs (event);
if (rewritten_event)
{
event = rewritten_event;
event_widget = gtk_get_event_widget (event);
}
window_group = gtk_main_get_window_group (event_widget);
device = gdk_event_get_device (event);
/* check whether there is a (device) grab in effect... */
if (device)
grab_widget = gtk_window_group_get_current_device_grab (window_group, device);
if (!grab_widget)
grab_widget = gtk_window_group_get_current_grab (window_group);
/* If the grab widget is an ancestor of the event widget
* then we send the event to the original event widget.
* This is the key to implementing modality.
*/
if (!grab_widget ||
(gtk_widget_is_sensitive (event_widget) &&
gtk_widget_is_ancestor (event_widget, grab_widget)))
grab_widget = event_widget;
/* If the widget receiving events is actually blocked by another
* device GTK+ grab
*/
if (device &&
_gtk_window_group_widget_is_blocked_for_device (window_group, grab_widget, device))
{
if (rewritten_event)
gdk_event_free (rewritten_event);
return;
}
/* Push the event onto a stack of current events for
* gtk_current_event_get().
*/
current_events = g_list_prepend (current_events, event);
/* Not all events get sent to the grabbing widget.
* The delete, destroy, expose, focus change and resize
* events still get sent to the event widget because
* 1) these events have no meaning for the grabbing widget
* and 2) redirecting these events to the grabbing widget
* could cause the display to be messed up.
*
* Drag events are also not redirected, since it isn't
* clear what the semantics of that would be.
*/
switch (event->type)
{
case GDK_NOTHING:
break;
case GDK_DELETE:
g_object_ref (event_widget);
if ((!gtk_window_group_get_current_grab (window_group) || gtk_widget_get_toplevel (gtk_window_group_get_current_grab (window_group)) == event_widget) &&
!gtk_widget_event (event_widget, event))
gtk_widget_destroy (event_widget);
g_object_unref (event_widget);
break;
case GDK_DESTROY:
/* Unexpected GDK_DESTROY from the outside, ignore for
* child windows, handle like a GDK_DELETE for toplevels
*/
if (!gtk_widget_get_parent (event_widget))
{
g_object_ref (event_widget);
if (!gtk_widget_event (event_widget, event) &&
gtk_widget_get_realized (event_widget))
gtk_widget_destroy (event_widget);
g_object_unref (event_widget);
}
break;
case GDK_EXPOSE:
if (event->any.window && gtk_widget_get_double_buffered (event_widget))
{
gdk_window_begin_paint_region (event->any.window, event->expose.region);
gtk_widget_send_expose (event_widget, event);
gdk_window_end_paint (event->any.window);
}
else
{
/* The app may paint with a previously allocated cairo_t,
* which will draw directly to the window. We can't catch cairo
* draw operations to automatically flush the window, thus we
* need to explicitly flush any outstanding moves or double
* buffering
*/
gdk_window_flush (event->any.window);
gtk_widget_send_expose (event_widget, event);
}
break;
case GDK_PROPERTY_NOTIFY:
case GDK_FOCUS_CHANGE:
case GDK_CONFIGURE:
case GDK_MAP:
case GDK_UNMAP:
case GDK_SELECTION_CLEAR:
case GDK_SELECTION_REQUEST:
case GDK_SELECTION_NOTIFY:
case GDK_CLIENT_EVENT:
case GDK_VISIBILITY_NOTIFY:
case GDK_WINDOW_STATE:
case GDK_GRAB_BROKEN:
case GDK_DAMAGE:
gtk_widget_event (event_widget, event);
break;
case GDK_SCROLL:
case GDK_BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS:
case GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS:
gtk_propagate_event (grab_widget, event);
break;
case GDK_KEY_PRESS:
case GDK_KEY_RELEASE:
if (key_snoopers)
{
if (gtk_invoke_key_snoopers (grab_widget, event))
break;
}
/* Catch alt press to enable auto-mnemonics;
* menus are handled elsewhere
* FIXME: this does not work with mnemonic modifiers other than Alt
*/
if ((event->key.keyval == GDK_KEY_Alt_L || event->key.keyval == GDK_KEY_Alt_R) &&
((event->key.state & (gtk_accelerator_get_default_mod_mask ()) & ~(GDK_RELEASE_MASK|GDK_MOD1_MASK)) == 0) &&
!GTK_IS_MENU_SHELL (grab_widget))
{
gboolean auto_mnemonics;
g_object_get (gtk_widget_get_settings (grab_widget),
"gtk-auto-mnemonics", &auto_mnemonics, NULL);
if (auto_mnemonics)
{
gboolean mnemonics_visible;
GtkWidget *window;
mnemonics_visible = (event->type == GDK_KEY_PRESS);
window = gtk_widget_get_toplevel (grab_widget);
if (GTK_IS_WINDOW (window))
gtk_window_set_mnemonics_visible (GTK_WINDOW (window), mnemonics_visible);
}
}
/* else fall through */
case GDK_MOTION_NOTIFY:
case GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE:
case GDK_PROXIMITY_IN:
case GDK_PROXIMITY_OUT:
gtk_propagate_event (grab_widget, event);
break;
case GDK_ENTER_NOTIFY:
_gtk_widget_set_device_window (event_widget,
gdk_event_get_device (event),
event->any.window);
if (gtk_widget_is_sensitive (grab_widget))
gtk_widget_event (grab_widget, event);
break;
case GDK_LEAVE_NOTIFY:
_gtk_widget_set_device_window (event_widget,
gdk_event_get_device (event),
NULL);
if (gtk_widget_is_sensitive (grab_widget))
gtk_widget_event (grab_widget, event);
break;
case GDK_DRAG_STATUS:
case GDK_DROP_FINISHED:
_gtk_drag_source_handle_event (event_widget, event);
break;
case GDK_DRAG_ENTER:
case GDK_DRAG_LEAVE:
case GDK_DRAG_MOTION:
case GDK_DROP_START:
_gtk_drag_dest_handle_event (event_widget, event);
break;
default:
g_assert_not_reached ();
break;
}
if (event->type == GDK_ENTER_NOTIFY
|| event->type == GDK_LEAVE_NOTIFY
|| event->type == GDK_BUTTON_PRESS
|| event->type == GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS
|| event->type == GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS
|| event->type == GDK_KEY_PRESS
|| event->type == GDK_DRAG_ENTER
|| event->type == GDK_GRAB_BROKEN
|| event->type == GDK_MOTION_NOTIFY
|| event->type == GDK_SCROLL)
{
_gtk_tooltip_handle_event (event);
}
tmp_list = current_events;
current_events = g_list_remove_link (current_events, tmp_list);
g_list_free_1 (tmp_list);
if (rewritten_event)
gdk_event_free (rewritten_event);
}
/**
* gtk_true:
*
* All this function does it to return %TRUE.
*
* This can be useful for example if you want to inhibit the deletion
* of a window. Of course you should not do this as the user expects
* a reaction from clicking the close icon of the window...
*
* <example>
* <title>A persistent window</title>
* <programlisting>
* #include &lt;gtk/gtk.h>&lt;
*
* int
* main (int argc, char **argv)
* {
* GtkWidget *win, *but;
*
* gtk_init (&amp;argc, &amp;argv);
*
* win = gtk_window_new (GTK_WINDOW_TOPLEVEL);
* g_signal_connect (win, "delete-event",
* G_CALLBACK (gtk_true), NULL);
* g_signal_connect (win, "destroy",
* G_CALLBACK (gtk_main_quit), NULL);
*
* but = gtk_button_new_with_label ("Close yourself. I mean it!");
* g_signal_connect_swapped (but, "clicked",
* G_CALLBACK (gtk_object_destroy), win);
* gtk_container_add (GTK_CONTAINER (win), but);
*
* gtk_widget_show_all (win);
*
* gtk_main ();
*
* return 0;
* }
* </programlisting>
* </example>
*
* Returns: %TRUE
*/
gboolean
gtk_true (void)
{
return TRUE;
}
/**
* gtk_false:
*
* Analogical to gtk_true(), this function does nothing
* but always returns %FALSE.
*
* Returns: %FALSE
*/
gboolean
gtk_false (void)
{
return FALSE;
}
static GtkWindowGroup *
gtk_main_get_window_group (GtkWidget *widget)
{
GtkWidget *toplevel = NULL;
if (widget)
toplevel = gtk_widget_get_toplevel (widget);
if (GTK_IS_WINDOW (toplevel))
return gtk_window_get_group (GTK_WINDOW (toplevel));
else
return gtk_window_get_group (NULL);
}
typedef struct
{
GtkWidget *old_grab_widget;
GtkWidget *new_grab_widget;
gboolean was_grabbed;
gboolean is_grabbed;
gboolean from_grab;
GList *notified_windows;
GdkDevice *device;
} GrabNotifyInfo;
static void
synth_crossing_for_grab_notify (GtkWidget *from,
GtkWidget *to,
GrabNotifyInfo *info,
GList *devices,
GdkCrossingMode mode)
{
while (devices)
{
GdkDevice *device = devices->data;
GdkWindow *from_window, *to_window;
/* Do not propagate events more than once to
* the same windows if non-multidevice aware.
*/
if (!from)
from_window = NULL;
else
{
from_window = _gtk_widget_get_device_window (from, device);
if (from_window &&
!gdk_window_get_support_multidevice (from_window) &&
g_list_find (info->notified_windows, from_window))
from_window = NULL;
}
if (!to)
to_window = NULL;
else
{
to_window = _gtk_widget_get_device_window (to, device);
if (to_window &&
!gdk_window_get_support_multidevice (to_window) &&
g_list_find (info->notified_windows, to_window))
to_window = NULL;
}
if (from_window || to_window)
{
_gtk_widget_synthesize_crossing ((from_window) ? from : NULL,
(to_window) ? to : NULL,
device, mode);
if (from_window)
info->notified_windows = g_list_prepend (info->notified_windows, from_window);
if (to_window)
info->notified_windows = g_list_prepend (info->notified_windows, to_window);
}
devices = devices->next;
}
}
static void
gtk_grab_notify_foreach (GtkWidget *child,
gpointer data)
{
GrabNotifyInfo *info = data;
gboolean was_grabbed, is_grabbed, was_shadowed, is_shadowed;
GList *devices;
was_grabbed = info->was_grabbed;
is_grabbed = info->is_grabbed;
info->was_grabbed = info->was_grabbed || (child == info->old_grab_widget);
info->is_grabbed = info->is_grabbed || (child == info->new_grab_widget);
was_shadowed = info->old_grab_widget && !info->was_grabbed;
is_shadowed = info->new_grab_widget && !info->is_grabbed;
g_object_ref (child);
if ((was_shadowed || is_shadowed) && GTK_IS_CONTAINER (child))
gtk_container_forall (GTK_CONTAINER (child), gtk_grab_notify_foreach, info);
if (info->device &&
_gtk_widget_get_device_window (child, info->device))
{
/* Device specified and is on widget */
devices = g_list_prepend (NULL, info->device);
}
else
devices = _gtk_widget_list_devices (child);
if (is_shadowed)
{
_gtk_widget_set_shadowed (child, TRUE);
if (!was_shadowed && devices &&
gtk_widget_is_sensitive (child))
synth_crossing_for_grab_notify (child, info->new_grab_widget,
info, devices,
GDK_CROSSING_GTK_GRAB);
}
else
{
_gtk_widget_set_shadowed (child, FALSE);
if (was_shadowed && devices &&
gtk_widget_is_sensitive (child))
synth_crossing_for_grab_notify (info->old_grab_widget, child,
info, devices,
info->from_grab ? GDK_CROSSING_GTK_GRAB :
GDK_CROSSING_GTK_UNGRAB);
}
if (was_shadowed != is_shadowed)
_gtk_widget_grab_notify (child, was_shadowed);
g_object_unref (child);
g_list_free (devices);
info->was_grabbed = was_grabbed;
info->is_grabbed = is_grabbed;
}
static void
gtk_grab_notify (GtkWindowGroup *group,
GdkDevice *device,
GtkWidget *old_grab_widget,
GtkWidget *new_grab_widget,
gboolean from_grab)
{
GList *toplevels;
GrabNotifyInfo info = { 0 };
if (old_grab_widget == new_grab_widget)
return;
info.old_grab_widget = old_grab_widget;
info.new_grab_widget = new_grab_widget;
info.from_grab = from_grab;
info.device = device;
g_object_ref (group);
toplevels = gtk_window_list_toplevels ();
g_list_foreach (toplevels, (GFunc)g_object_ref, NULL);
while (toplevels)
{
GtkWindow *toplevel = toplevels->data;
toplevels = g_list_delete_link (toplevels, toplevels);
info.was_grabbed = FALSE;
info.is_grabbed = FALSE;
if (group == gtk_window_get_group (toplevel))
gtk_grab_notify_foreach (GTK_WIDGET (toplevel), &info);
g_object_unref (toplevel);
}
g_list_free (info.notified_windows);
g_object_unref (group);
}
/**
* gtk_grab_add: (method)
* @widget: The widget that grabs keyboard and pointer events
*
* Makes @widget the current grabbed widget.
*
* This means that interaction with other widgets in the same
* application is blocked and mouse as well as keyboard events
* are delivered to this widget.
*
* If @widget is not sensitive, it is not set as the current
* grabbed widget and this function does nothing.
*/
void
gtk_grab_add (GtkWidget *widget)
{
GtkWindowGroup *group;
GtkWidget *old_grab_widget;
g_return_if_fail (widget != NULL);
if (!gtk_widget_has_grab (widget) && gtk_widget_is_sensitive (widget))
{
_gtk_widget_set_has_grab (widget, TRUE);
group = gtk_main_get_window_group (widget);
old_grab_widget = gtk_window_group_get_current_grab (group);
g_object_ref (widget);
_gtk_window_group_add_grab (group, widget);
gtk_grab_notify (group, NULL, old_grab_widget, widget, TRUE);
}
}
/**
* gtk_grab_get_current:
*
* Queries the current grab of the default window group.
*
* Return value: (transfer none): The widget which currently
* has the grab or %NULL if no grab is active
*/
GtkWidget*
gtk_grab_get_current (void)
{
GtkWindowGroup *group;
group = gtk_main_get_window_group (NULL);
return gtk_window_group_get_current_grab (group);
}
/**
* gtk_grab_remove: (method)
* @widget: The widget which gives up the grab
*
* Removes the grab from the given widget.
*
* You have to pair calls to gtk_grab_add() and gtk_grab_remove().
*
* If @widget does not have the grab, this function does nothing.
*/
void
gtk_grab_remove (GtkWidget *widget)
{
GtkWindowGroup *group;
GtkWidget *new_grab_widget;
g_return_if_fail (widget != NULL);
if (gtk_widget_has_grab (widget))
{
_gtk_widget_set_has_grab (widget, FALSE);
group = gtk_main_get_window_group (widget);
_gtk_window_group_remove_grab (group, widget);
new_grab_widget = gtk_window_group_get_current_grab (group);
gtk_grab_notify (group, NULL, widget, new_grab_widget, FALSE);
g_object_unref (widget);
}
}
/**
* gtk_device_grab_add:
* @widget: a #GtkWidget
* @device: a #GtkDevice to grab on.
* @block_others: %TRUE to prevent other devices to interact with @widget.
*
* Adds a GTK+ grab on @device, so all the events on @device and its
* associated pointer or keyboard (if any) are delivered to @widget.
* If the @block_others parameter is %TRUE, any other devices will be
* unable to interact with @widget during the grab.
*
* Since: 3.0
*/
void
gtk_device_grab_add (GtkWidget *widget,
GdkDevice *device,
gboolean block_others)
{
GtkWindowGroup *group;
GtkWidget *old_grab_widget;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_WIDGET (widget));
g_return_if_fail (GDK_IS_DEVICE (device));
group = gtk_main_get_window_group (widget);
old_grab_widget = gtk_window_group_get_current_device_grab (group, device);
if (old_grab_widget != widget)
_gtk_window_group_add_device_grab (group, widget, device, block_others);
gtk_grab_notify (group, device, old_grab_widget, widget, TRUE);
}
/**
* gtk_device_grab_remove:
* @widget: a #GtkWidget
* @device: a #GdkDevice
*
* Removes a device grab from the given widget.
*
* You have to pair calls to gtk_device_grab_add() and
* gtk_device_grab_remove().
*
* Since: 3.0
*/
void
gtk_device_grab_remove (GtkWidget *widget,
GdkDevice *device)
{
GtkWindowGroup *group;
GtkWidget *new_grab_widget;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_WIDGET (widget));
g_return_if_fail (GDK_IS_DEVICE (device));
group = gtk_main_get_window_group (widget);
_gtk_window_group_remove_device_grab (group, widget, device);
new_grab_widget = gtk_window_group_get_current_device_grab (group, device);
gtk_grab_notify (group, device, widget, new_grab_widget, FALSE);
}
/**
* gtk_key_snooper_install: (skip)
* @snooper: a #GtkKeySnoopFunc
* @func_data: data to pass to @snooper
*
* Installs a key snooper function, which will get called on all
* key events before delivering them normally.
*
* Returns: a unique id for this key snooper for use with
* gtk_key_snooper_remove().
*/
guint
gtk_key_snooper_install (GtkKeySnoopFunc snooper,
gpointer func_data)
{
GtkKeySnooperData *data;
static guint snooper_id = 1;
g_return_val_if_fail (snooper != NULL, 0);
data = g_new (GtkKeySnooperData, 1);
data->func = snooper;
data->func_data = func_data;
data->id = snooper_id++;
key_snoopers = g_slist_prepend (key_snoopers, data);
return data->id;
}
/**
* gtk_key_snooper_remove:
* @snooper_handler_id: Identifies the key snooper to remove
*
* Removes the key snooper function with the given id.
*/
void
gtk_key_snooper_remove (guint snooper_id)
{
GtkKeySnooperData *data = NULL;
GSList *slist;
slist = key_snoopers;
while (slist)
{
data = slist->data;
if (data->id == snooper_id)
break;
slist = slist->next;
data = NULL;
}
if (data)
{
key_snoopers = g_slist_remove (key_snoopers, data);
g_free (data);
}
}
static gint
gtk_invoke_key_snoopers (GtkWidget *grab_widget,
GdkEvent *event)
{
GSList *slist;
gint return_val = FALSE;
slist = key_snoopers;
while (slist && !return_val)
{
GtkKeySnooperData *data;
data = slist->data;
slist = slist->next;
return_val = (*data->func) (grab_widget, (GdkEventKey*) event, data->func_data);
}
return return_val;
}
/**
* gtk_get_current_event:
*
* Obtains a copy of the event currently being processed by GTK+.
*
* For example, if you are handling a #GtkButton::clicked signal,
* the current event will be the #GdkEventButton that triggered
* the ::clicked signal.
*
* Return value: (transfer full): a copy of the current event, or
* %NULL if there is no current event. The returned event must be
* freed with gdk_event_free().
*/
GdkEvent*
gtk_get_current_event (void)
{
if (current_events)
return gdk_event_copy (current_events->data);
else
return NULL;
}
/**
* gtk_get_current_event_time:
*
* If there is a current event and it has a timestamp,
* return that timestamp, otherwise return %GDK_CURRENT_TIME.
*
* Return value: the timestamp from the current event,
* or %GDK_CURRENT_TIME.
*/
guint32
gtk_get_current_event_time (void)
{
if (current_events)
return gdk_event_get_time (current_events->data);
else
return GDK_CURRENT_TIME;
}
/**
* gtk_get_current_event_state:
* @state: (out): a location to store the state of the current event
*
* If there is a current event and it has a state field, place
* that state field in @state and return %TRUE, otherwise return
* %FALSE.
*
* Return value: %TRUE if there was a current event and it
* had a state field
*/
gboolean
gtk_get_current_event_state (GdkModifierType *state)
{
g_return_val_if_fail (state != NULL, FALSE);
if (current_events)
return gdk_event_get_state (current_events->data, state);
else
{
*state = 0;
return FALSE;
}
}
/**
* gtk_get_current_event_device:
*
* If there is a current event and it has a device, return that
* device, otherwise return %NULL.
*
* Returns: (transfer none): a #GdkDevice, or %NULL
*/
GdkDevice *
gtk_get_current_event_device (void)
{
if (current_events)
return gdk_event_get_device (current_events->data);
else
return NULL;
}
/**
* gtk_get_event_widget:
* @event: a #GdkEvent
*
* If @event is %NULL or the event was not associated with any widget,
* returns %NULL, otherwise returns the widget that received the event
* originally.
*
* Return value: (transfer none): the widget that originally
* received @event, or %NULL
*/
GtkWidget*
gtk_get_event_widget (GdkEvent *event)
{
GtkWidget *widget;
gpointer widget_ptr;
widget = NULL;
if (event && event->any.window &&
(event->type == GDK_DESTROY || !gdk_window_is_destroyed (event->any.window)))
{
gdk_window_get_user_data (event->any.window, &widget_ptr);
widget = widget_ptr;
}
return widget;
}
/**
* gtk_propagate_event:
* @widget: a #GtkWidget
* @event: an event
*
* Sends an event to a widget, propagating the event to parent widgets
* if the event remains unhandled.
*
* Events received by GTK+ from GDK normally begin in gtk_main_do_event().
* Depending on the type of event, existence of modal dialogs, grabs, etc.,
* the event may be propagated; if so, this function is used.
*
* gtk_propagate_event() calls gtk_widget_event() on each widget it
* decides to send the event to. So gtk_widget_event() is the lowest-level
* function; it simply emits the #GtkWidget::event and possibly an
* event-specific signal on a widget. gtk_propagate_event() is a bit
* higher-level, and gtk_main_do_event() is the highest level.
*
* All that said, you most likely don't want to use any of these
* functions; synthesizing events is rarely needed. There are almost
* certainly better ways to achieve your goals. For example, use
* gdk_window_invalidate_rect() or gtk_widget_queue_draw() instead
* of making up expose events.
*/
void
gtk_propagate_event (GtkWidget *widget,
GdkEvent *event)
{
gint handled_event;
g_return_if_fail (GTK_IS_WIDGET (widget));
g_return_if_fail (event != NULL);
handled_event = FALSE;
g_object_ref (widget);
if ((event->type == GDK_KEY_PRESS) ||
(event->type == GDK_KEY_RELEASE))
{
/* Only send key events within Window widgets to the Window
* The Window widget will in turn pass the
* key event on to the currently focused widget
* for that window.
*/
GtkWidget *window;
window = gtk_widget_get_toplevel (widget);
if (GTK_IS_WINDOW (window))
{
/* If there is a grab within the window, give the grab widget
* a first crack at the key event
*/
if (widget != window && gtk_widget_has_grab (widget))
handled_event = gtk_widget_event (widget, event);
if (!handled_event)
{
window = gtk_widget_get_toplevel (widget);
if (GTK_IS_WINDOW (window))
{
if (gtk_widget_is_sensitive (window))
gtk_widget_event (window, event);
}
}
handled_event = TRUE; /* don't send to widget */
}
}
/* Other events get propagated up the widget tree
* so that parents can see the button and motion
* events of the children.
*/
if (!handled_event)
{
while (TRUE)
{
GtkWidget *tmp;
/* Scroll events are special cased here because it
* feels wrong when scrolling a GtkViewport, say,
* to have children of the viewport eat the scroll
* event
*/
if (!gtk_widget_is_sensitive (widget))
handled_event = event->type != GDK_SCROLL;
else
handled_event = gtk_widget_event (widget, event);
tmp = gtk_widget_get_parent (widget);
g_object_unref (widget);
widget = tmp;
if (!handled_event && widget)
g_object_ref (widget);
else
break;
}
}
else
g_object_unref (widget);
}
gboolean
_gtk_boolean_handled_accumulator (GSignalInvocationHint *ihint,
GValue *return_accu,
const GValue *handler_return,
gpointer dummy)
{
gboolean continue_emission;
gboolean signal_handled;
signal_handled = g_value_get_boolean (handler_return);
g_value_set_boolean (return_accu, signal_handled);
continue_emission = !signal_handled;
return continue_emission;
}
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