[Gtk-sharp-list] [Mono GTK#] Bind Class object to TreeView
gankov.andrey at inbox.ru
Wed Sep 18 22:01:42 UTC 2013
18.09.2013 19:41, jaymarvels пишет:
> I've googled this for the last 5 hours and tried evey "tutorial" under the
> sun that google brings back to me..
> In winforms I can create a List from my class and bind that to my listview,
> no problems..
> In gtk# its not so simple.
> I have my class, with my objects, I even have my List.
> I can transfer my class into a ListStore.
> I have dragged a TreeView widget into a box widget and am having really
> issue's populating it.
> I can't even make any headers appear when doing;
> teamListView = new Gtk.TreeView ();
> //add in cols
> Gtk.TreeViewColumn fNamecol = new Gtk.TreeViewColumn ();
> fNamecol.Title = "First Name";
> Gtk.TreeViewColumn sNamecol = new Gtk.TreeViewColumn ();
> fNamecol.Title = "Second Name";
> teamListView.AppendColumn (fNamecol);
> teamListView.AppendColumn (sNamecol);
> Gtk.ListStore nameListStore = new Gtk.ListStore (typeof(string),
> teamListView.Model = nameListStore;
> Its blank..nothing..i'd expect at the minimum to see 2 column headers.
> Is there anyone, or anything which can give a simple step by step way of
> creating a treview that shows simply 2 columns.
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