> On Sun, 28 Jul 2002 17:01:34 +0200 (CEST)
> "Kristof Bastiaensen" wrote:
>> This is an example taken from the gtk - user manual.
>> There it uses the function gtk_block_signal_handler_by_func.
>> This is not available in the ruby-language bindings, so I use
>> a global variable.
> Hmm, I could not find gtk_block_signal_handler_by_func.
> Is it gtk_signal_connect_by_func?
Sorry, I meaned gtk_signal_handler_block_by_func. I think it is
not implemented because ruby connects signals by proc, not by func.
> #and I don't know the example what you see.
The example is from the gtk-manual, Example 1. under GtkEditable. It
works with c, but not with ruby (when converted).
>> Is there a way to make this work, or do I have change to the
> I wrote a script same as your code once.
> It works fine for ASCII charcter, but it doesn't work with
> 2-byte character(like Kanji).
Thank you, this will do very fine.
I noticed that when using libglade, setting the flag After for the
signal handler in the glade-file didn't seem to work (if I didn't
Thanks, Kristof Bastiaensen
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