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the glade itself is describing the form in an XML file,it does not generate perl code.

example minimal code

use warnings; use strict; use Gtk2 -init; use Gtk2::GladeXML; my $gladexml = Gtk2::GladeXML->new('register_test.glade'); $gladexml->signal_autoconnect_from_package('main'); Gtk2->main; sub btnNUM_clicked { print "yay clicked"; } sub gtk_main_quit { Gtk2->main_quit; }

an alternative would be
use warnings; use strict; use Gtk2 -init; use Gtk2::GladeXML; my $gladexml = Gtk2::GladeXML->new('register_test.glade'); $gladexml->signal_autoconnect_from_package('main'); Gtk2->main; sub btnNUM_clicked { my $self = $_; print "yay,you clicked $self"; } sub gtk_main_quit { Gtk2->main_quit; } sub btnNUM_clicked1 { btnNUM_clicked(1); } sub btnNUM_clicked2 { btnNUM_clicked(2); }

this would work and can also be automaticaly generated,and inserted in the XML definition,
but that i would want to avoid, if there is a way from glade telling me who called the event.

kind regards
Alex


In reply to Re^4: GTK2+glade and knowing who called by ultibuzz
in thread GTK2+glade and knowing who called by ultibuzz

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