The libglade library for loading user interfaces.
The libglade library allows you to load user interfaces which are
stored externally into your program. This allows for alteration of the
interface without recompilation of the program. The interfaces can
also be edited with GLADE. Currently libglade supports all of the
widgets in current releases, keyboard accelerators and automatic
Author: James Henstridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This library allows you to load glade interface files in a program at runtime.
It doesn't require GLADE to be used, but GLADE is by far the easiest way to
create the interface files.
For an idea of how to use the library, see test-libglade.c and
To compile, you will need the gnome-xml package out of the GNOME CVS
- libglade now honours the has_focus and has_default flags for
- The correct default for can_focus (false) is now used. This was
found by Miguel. It should prevent the segfaults caused by
infinite recursion some people were seeing.
- Placeholders are removed from the interface as it gets parsed. The
warnings were not really very useful, a
1999-09-20 James Henstridge <email@example.com>
* glade/glade-gnome.c (stock_button_new): carried Miguel's button
patch over to the gnome code.
* glade/glade-gtk.c (button_new, togglebutton_new, checkbutton_new):
(radiobutton_new): do not translate the strings twice. It could
cause weird problems.
* NEWS: added extra news items.
* configure.in: incremented package version.
James Henstridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1991 Free Softw
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