Gtk2::Ex::FormFactory::Button − A Button in a FormFactory framework
clicked_hook => Callback CODEREF / Closure
stock => Name of a stock item for this button,
with_repeat => Trigger callback continuously as long button is pressed,
image => Filename of image to put on button,
This module implements a Button in a Gtk2::Ex::FormFactory framework. No application object attribute is associated with the button.
handled through the common get_ATTR(),
set_ATTR() style accessors, but they are mostly
passed once to the object constructor and must not be
altered after the associated FormFactory was built.
clicked_hook = CODEREF [optional]
This is for convenience and connects the CODEREF to the clicked signal of the button.
stock = SCALAR [optional]
You may specify the name of a stock item here, which should be added to the button, e.g. ’gtk−edit’ for the standard Gtk Edit stock item. You may combine stock and label arbitrarily.
with_repeat = BOOLEAN [optional]
If you set this option the clicked_hook is called continuously as long as the button is pressed, with a initial short delay, just similar to keyboard repetition.
image = FILENAME [optional]
Use just this image for the button. No additional label is applied.
For more attributes refer to Gtk2::Ex::FormFactory::Widget.
JÃ¶rn Reder <joern at zyn dot de>
Copyright 2004−2006 by JÃ¶rn Reder.
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