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Re^7: GTK2+glade and knowing who called

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 22, 2013 at 12:54 UTC ( #1014649=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: GTK2+glade and knowing who called
in thread GTK2+glade and knowing who called

i would be happy if i would have anything in @_, but debug and a dump show nothing in there.

:) Can you prove it?

In the code you posted you use $_, but $_ is not @_;

To prove you might post sscce like

use ... my $rawglade = q{<?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?> ... }; my $gladexml = Gtk2::GladeXML->new_from_buffer( $rawglade ); $gladexml->signal_autoconnect_from_package('main'); sub btnNUM_clicked { print "yay clicked @_ \n"; } __END__ yay clicked yay clicked

OTOH :)

my $button = Gtk2->get_current_event->window


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Re^8: GTK2+glade and knowing who called
by ultibuzz (Monk) on Jan 22, 2013 at 13:16 UTC

    yep i use @_,in my code typo in the post.
    i tested it on my server, and there was something in @_,
    but not on my notebook.

    re-compiling everything right now :)

    kind regards
    Alex



    EDIT: now i get a filled @_ with the expected Gtk2::Button object in it
    whatever it was a recompile install fixed at least my issue

      EDIT: now i get a filled @_ with the expected Gtk2::Button object in it whatever it was a recompile install fixed at least my issue

      weird, but I've seen weirder :)

        indeed,
        it was very confusing, especially because i did not know if there would be data in @_ using the glade stuff
        and now back to prototyping ;)

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