[Gtk-sharp-list] Ways of supporting complex data binding
alesv at fbl.cz
Tue Jul 19 10:04:06 EDT 2005
Is something new about TreeView databinding? If so, where can I find
more about it?
Thank you Ales
Todd Berman wrote:
>On Sat, 2005-05-28 at 05:07 -0700, Chas wrote:
>>The question of which data-binding way to go is still
>>viable however, whether the TreeModel itself would be
>>100% managed or not. If you have any additional input
>>on that, I'd be happy to hear. (As you said, both ways
>>are suboptimal, so I'm afraid maybe both ways would
>>have to supported to allow for different scenarios
>>with different requirements.)
>>Anyway, thanks for your response - I'll reconsider;
>>indeed, maybe waiting with this till it's possible to
>>do it in 100% managed code would be a smarter move.
>Oh, thats the best part of writing a managed TreeModel implementation.
>gtk+ would ask your TreeModel for the data, so you wouldn't have to do
>much else to get it to work. In fact, Vlad has written a DataTableModel
>that is all managed code that works using DataSet not ITypedList, if you
>look at the archives to this list, I am sure you can find it.
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