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Choroba's advice is the easiest. But if you want an example of sorting the Treeview, here is one. Setting up Gtk2 is complicated.
#! /usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Gtk2 '-init'; use Glib qw/TRUE FALSE/; #standard window creation, placement, and signal connecting my $window = Gtk2::Window->new('toplevel'); $window->signal_connect('delete_event' => sub { Gtk2->main_quit; }); $window->set_border_width(5); $window->set_position('center_always'); #this vbox will geturn the bulk of the gui my $vbox = &ret_vbox(); #add and show the vbox $window->add($vbox); $window->show(); #our main event-loop Gtk2->main(); sub ret_vbox { my $vbox = Gtk2::VBox->new(FALSE,5); #create a scrolled window that will host the treeview my $sw = Gtk2::ScrolledWindow->new (undef, undef); $sw->set_shadow_type ('etched-out'); $sw->set_policy ('automatic', 'automatic'); #This is a method of the Gtk2::Widget class,it will force a minimum #size on the widget. Handy to give intitial size to a #Gtk2::ScrolledWindow class object $sw->set_size_request (300, 300); #method of Gtk2::Container $sw->set_border_width(5); #this is one of the provided base Gtk2::TreeModel classes. my $tree_store = Gtk2::TreeStore->new(qw/Glib::String/); #fill it with arbitry data my @data = qw(q e r g x u b k p a v ); foreach (@data) { my $parent_nr = $_; #the iter is a pointer in the treestore. We #use to add data. my $iter = $tree_store->append(undef); $tree_store->set ($iter,0 => "Parent $parent_nr"); foreach (1..3){ #here we append child iters to the parent iter #and add data to those chils iters. my $iter_child = $tree_store->append($iter); $tree_store->set ($iter_child,0 => "Child $_ of Parent $parent_nr"); } } #this will create a treeview, specify $tree_store as its model my $tree_view = Gtk2::TreeView->new($tree_store); #create a Gtk2::TreeViewColumn to add to $tree_view my $tree_column = Gtk2::TreeViewColumn->new(); $tree_column->set_title ("Click to sort"); #create a renderer that will be used to display info #in the model my $renderer = Gtk2::CellRendererText->new; #add this renderer to $tree_column. This works like a Gtk2::Hbox # so you can add more than one renderer to $tree_column $tree_column->pack_start ($renderer, FALSE); # set the cell "text" attribute to column 0 #- retrieve text from that column in treestore # Thus, the "text" attribute's value will depend on the row's value # of column 0 in the model($treestore), # and this will be displayed by $renderer, # which is a text renderer $tree_column->add_attribute($renderer, text => 0); #add $tree_column to the treeview $tree_view->append_column ($tree_column); # make it searchable $tree_view->set_search_column(0); # Allow sorting on the column $tree_column->set_sort_column_id(0); # Allow drag and drop reordering of rows $tree_view->set_reorderable(TRUE); $sw->add($tree_view); $vbox->pack_start($sw,TRUE,TRUE,0); $vbox->show_all(); return $vbox; }

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In reply to Re: Sortable table using Gtk2 in UI application by zentara
in thread Sortable table using Gtk2 in UI application by SyneRohit

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