[Gtk-sharp-list] How can I make make NodeView/TreeView reflect data changes?

Finn Gruwier Larsen finn at gruwier.dk
Thu Mar 23 11:09:25 EST 2006

Yo'av Moshe wrote:
> It would be nice if you could share your solution.

Of course. I just thought that I was the only newbie on this list, and I 
wouldn't bother people with solutions on "trivial" problems  :-)

Let me just repeat my question: "I have a NodeView connected to a 
NodeStore. When data in the NodeStore is changed, how can I make the 
NodeView reflect it?"

And here's my solution: Actually the NodeView *does* reflect changes in 
the NodeStore automagically. But my mistake was in the way i "changed" 
the data. I did this by deleting the NodeStore completely and 
instantiating a new NodeStore with the same name. And that didn't work. 
So what I do now instead is removing all data from the NodeStore with 
NodeStore.Clear(), and then I add the new data with 
NodeStore.AddNode(x), where x is a subclass of Gtk.TreeNode.

You'r welcome to ask for more details.

Best regards,

Finn G. Larsen

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