Re: Libglade changes

One way is to not leave placeholders in the document.  If you need to
insert custom widgets into an interface, you can use the glade Custom
widget, which allows you to set a function that is called to create the
widget.  Some more information on it can be found here:

I originally wrote the code that handles placeholders on the assumption
that people would not want to leave placeholders in their interface (ie.
they indicate that the interface was not complete).  If that assumption is
wrong, I am open to suggestions on how else to handle this situation.



On Thu, 29 Jul 1999, Miguel de Icaza wrote:

> > If you only use (not extend with new widgets) libglade, it should be
> > source compatible and probably also binary compatible.  The changes are
> > mainly behind the scenes.  I just tried out gnumeric with the updated
> > libglade, and it seems to work just fine (other than a few warnings).
> > 
> > Some of the warnings are the fault of libglade, so I will be fixing these.
> Btw, is there any way to get rid of the placeholder warnings?  Or what
> is the correct thing to do to avoid them?
> Miguel.

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