[Gtk-sharp-list] GTK# App with multiple windows, where does Application.Init() and Application.Run() go?

Bjoern Schiessle bes@schiessle.org
Sat, 26 Mar 2005 15:33:22 +0100


On Sa, 2005-03-26 at 11:00 +0100, Anset wrote:
> First of all, when you create a "MyWndow" class, make it enherit 
> Gtk.Window. Makes your life easier:
> Class MyWindow : Gtk.Window
> {
> ...
> }

Why should i inherit the MyWindow class from Gtk.Window if i have the
whole window already in the glade file? If i do this, than i would have
two windows, the window represented by the "MyWindow : Gtk.Window" class
and the window i have pulled out of the glade file.

If i don't use glade i would inherit MyWindow from Gtk.Window, but if i
use glade i would do it like this:

class MainWindow {

    public static void Main(string[] args) {
        Application.Init ();
        new MainWindow ();
        Application.Run ();

    public MainWindow () {
        Glade.XML gxml = new Glade.XML (null, "app.glade",
                                        "MainWindow", null);
        gxml.Autoconnect (this);

and the second window which i call somewhere from MainWindow with "new

class SubWindow {

    public SubWindow () {
        Glade.XML gxml = new Glade.XML (null, "app.glade",
                                        "SubWindow", null);
        gxml.Autoconnect (this);


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