Gtk2::Builder

NAME

Gtk2::Builder − wrapper for GtkBuilder

HIERARCHY

Glib::Object
+−−−−Gtk2::Builder

METHODS

builder = Gtk2::Builder−>new
integer = $builder−>add_from_file ($filename)

$filename (localized file name)

May croak with a Glib::Error in $@ on failure.

integer = $builder−>add_from_string ($buffer)

$buffer (string)

May croak with a Glib::Error in $@ on failure.

integer = $builder−>add_objects_from_string ($buffer, $first_object_id, ...)

$buffer (string)

$first_object_id (string)

... (list)

Since: gtk+ 2.14

$builder−>connect_signals ($user_data)
$builder−>connect_signals ($user_data, $package)
$builder−>connect_signals ($user_data, %handlers)

There are four ways to let Gtk2::Builder do the signal connecting work for you:
"$builder−>connect_signals ($user_data)"

When invoked like this, Gtk2::Builder will connect signals to functions in the calling package. The callback names are specified in the UI description.

"$builder−>connect_signals ($user_data, $package)"

When invoked like this, Gtk2::Builder will connect signals to functions in the package $package.

"$builder−>connect_signals ($user_data, $object)"

When invoked like this, Gtk2::Builder will connect signals to method calls against the object $object.

"$builder−>connect_signals ($user_data, %handlers)"

When invoked like this, %handlers is used as a mapping from handler names to code references.

$builder−>connect_signals_full ($func, $user_data=undef)

$func (scalar)

$user_data (scalar)

object = $builder−>get_object ($name)

$name (string)

list = $builder−>get_objects
string or undef = $builder−>get_translation_domain
$builder−>set_translation_domain ($domain)

$domain (string or undef)

PROPERTIES

’translation−domain’ (string : default undef : readable / writable /
private)

The translation domain used by gettext

SEE ALSO

Gtk2, Glib::Object

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2003−2011 by the gtk2−perl team.

This software is licensed under the LGPL. See Gtk2 for a full notice.