[Gtk-sharp-list] Ways of supporting complex data binding in TreeView

Todd Berman tberman at off.net
Sat May 28 14:53:36 EDT 2005

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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