Import transactions change proposal

BenoitGrégoire bock at
Mon Feb 3 23:25:54 CST 2003

On February 3, 2003 05:18 pm, Chris Morgan wrote:
> It's pretty easy.  You handle button events and look for a
> GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS event.  And yes, it is a questionable decision on the
> part of the gtk designers to leave this event out, I suppose the assumption
> is if you need it you can make due with button event processing.

The problem is that there are NO BUTTONS AT ALL (as far as Gtk is concerned) 
in that window, except for "Ok" and "Cancel".

> > It's the main entry point of the generic importer.  See the Doxygen
> > developper docs (if you use CVS, you need to run make docs, and have
> > doxygen installed to get them).  ALL functions and data structure of the
> > generic import achitecture are documented.
> Ahh, I was hoping for more code comments, I'll look into the doxygen
> docs(debian isn't happy with some dependencies right now and can't get
> doxygen installed).

You can read them directly in the matching .h

Benoit Grégoire

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