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Xfc::Gtk::TreeModelSignals Class Reference

Abstract base class that implements the virtual signal handlers for Gtk::TreeModel. More...

#include <xfc/gtk/treemodelsignals.hh>

Inheritance diagram for Xfc::Gtk::TreeModelSignals:

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Public Member Functions

Signal Handlers

Detailed Description

Abstract base class that implements the virtual signal handlers for Gtk::TreeModel.


Member Function Documentation

virtual void Xfc::Gtk::TreeModelSignals::on_row_changed ( const TreePath path,
const TreeIter iter 
) [virtual]

Called when a row in the model is changed.

Parameters:
path A TreePath pointing to the changed row.
iter A valid TreeIter pointing to the changed row.

virtual void Xfc::Gtk::TreeModelSignals::on_row_inserted ( const TreePath path,
const TreeIter iter 
) [virtual]

Called when a row is inserted into the model.

Parameters:
path A TreePath pointing to the inserted row.
iter A valid TreeIter pointing to the inserted row.

virtual void Xfc::Gtk::TreeModelSignals::on_row_has_child_toggled ( const TreePath path,
const TreeIter iter 
) [virtual]

Called after the child state of a node changes.

Parameters:
path A TreePath pointing to the changed row.
iter A valid TreeIter pointing to the changed row.

virtual void Xfc::Gtk::TreeModelSignals::on_row_deleted ( const TreePath path  )  [virtual]

Called when a row is removed from the model.

Parameters:
path A TreePath pointing to the previous location of the deleted row.

virtual void Xfc::Gtk::TreeModelSignals::on_rows_reordered ( const TreePath path,
const TreeIter iter,
int *  new_order 
) [virtual]

Called when the model's rows have been reordered.

Parameters:
path A TreePath pointing to the tree node whose children have been reordered.
iter A valid TreeIter pointing to the node whose children have been reordered.
new_order An array of integers containing the new indices of the children, i.e. the former child n is now at position new_order[n].


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