So you're saying I'd do signal_emit from the children and then connect to
it in the parent, correct?
On Oct 18, 2016 22:32, "Chris Moller" <mol...@mollerware.com> wrote:
> Have you looked into g_signal_emit () in any of its variants?
> On 10/19/16 00:40, Jim Heald wrote:
> I have a slightly weird situation. I have two widgets that are both
> eventboxes, and I'm trying to make it possible to drag what I call a tile
> widget into a column. Basically, think I'm dragging a box from one column
> to another.
> My issue is I can now drag one tile to a column to get drag data from the
> drag source; however, I need the parent window to be made aware of this
> drag because it contains an information store that tells me about where
> each tile is located within the column widges.
> Long story short: I can drag a tile from one column to another. When I do,
> the column's drag data received function tells me the id of the tile I just
> dragged to it. I need this information (the drag source and drag dest) to
> propagate up to the parent Gtk window so it can handle performing the
> desired modification.
> Is there a good way through Gtk for my window to catch the interaction
> between its children?
> Sorry if this seems kind of convoluted, my program is kind of a mess but
> it works and I'm waiting until it has all the features I want to clean
> things up.
> Thanks for any help you can give!
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