Thu, 7 Oct 2004 08:31:09 -0400 (EDT)
Just my two cents, but a class that provides databinding functionality to
GTK# widgets sounds good. Although the only way I could think to make it
work would be to brute force it; ie passing the widget, the property to
bind, the data-set and possibly a method that would tell the dataset that
the widget has updated the data. Although not an elegant solution, it may
work. Does anyone else have a better idea?
BTW I wouldn't mind helping out code-wise on a project that allowed
databinding to GTK# controls.
> Yes, GTK+ is a great API but is dificult to create
> programs that use a ADO.NET Data Providers.
> I know, theres a GNOME-DB, but is not the better
> solution for Mono because Mono use ADO.NET model to
> database access.
> I think that theres two solutions, create new controls
> with DataBind related functionalities or add this
> functionalities to exist controls.
> What is the best solution?
> --- Mario Fuentes <email@example.com> escreveu:
>> El mié, 06-10-2004 a las 09:42 -0300, Everaldo
>> Canuto escribió:
>> > Hi all,
>> > I'm using GTK# in some application tests but I
>> > some dificults. GTK# has implemented only the GTK
>> > functions It is not the best thing for Mono
>> > An example is Gtk.Combo.PopdownStrings,
>> > is not a Collection and is not possible to include
>> > elements in simple way.
>> Gtk.Combo is a deprecated widget in the GTK+ 2.4.
>> Sadly, GTK# 1.0
>> wrapped GTK+ 2.2.
>> Gtk+ 2.4 introduce Gtk.ComboBox and
>> Gtk.ComboBoxEntry, MVC powerfull
>> > My idea is to create a GtkForm, a colletion of
>> > to help a creation of GTK#, the GtkForm call some
>> > classes of GtkSharp and implement new
>> > What do you think about this?
>> GTK+ is a great API.
>> Mario Fuentes
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