[MonoDevelop] Using the ide -db
christian.filippi.76 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 14 12:38:29 EDT 2008
thankyou for the reply ;)
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 4:44 PM, Christian Hoff <christian_hoff at gmx.net>wrote:
> This issue is related to Gtk# rather than Monodevelop, so you might want
> to send it to the Gtk# list.
> However, I had exactly the same problem you mention. Since Gtk# only
> exposes the functionality of Gtk+ to managed code, there is no built-in
> databinding support available in Gtk#. Recently there have been discussions
> about this topic on the Gtk# mailing list and I think something needs to be
> done here.
> I ended up writing a custom tree model fo----8<------cut-----8<------ode of
> this tree model because I am writing this Mail from a Windows machine and
> want to build the Gtk# SVN version for Windows(and I am close to success),
> but you can browse the Gtk# mailing list archives and download the tree
> model there(already sent the DataView code together with a usage exmple to
> the list about 2 weeks ago).
Are you telling me that for now there isn't a widget that can expose data in
Well, sorry, I don't have an idea of the current stage of mono & monodevelop
so maybe I ask things that are in the todo wish list and so on.
I use gambas for my little applications, it isn't automatic, i define
connection parameters, and i have a method to call a query, then it gives me
a result (an array) and then i fetch and put data in a gridview.
If there isn't this kind of widget maybe is better if i return on my steps,
I'm not so good for modify widgets for myself.
> I will talk to Mike and see if we want databinding support in Gtk# and if
> so, how it should look like.
I don't want things like drag & drop a db-table on a widget, i want only to
know how I can connect and retrieve data from db.
Now i go to hunt @ Gtk#list for informations.
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