Gtk2::TargetEntry

NAME

Gtk2::TargetEntry

SYNOPSIS

# as a HASH
$target_entry = {
target => 'text/plain', # some string representing the drag type
flags => [], # Gtk2::TargetFlags
info => 42, # some app−defined integer identifier
};
# as an ARRAY, for compactness
$target_entry = [ $target, $flags, $info ];

DESCRIPTION

A Gtk2::TargetEntry data structure represents a single type of data than can be supplied for by a widget for a selection or for supplied or received during drag-and-drop. It contains a string representing the drag type, a flags field (used only for drag and drop − see Gtk2::TargetFlags), and an application assigned integer ID. The integer ID will later be passed as a signal parameter for signals like "selection_get". It allows the application to identify the target type without extensive string compares.

ENUMS AND FLAGS

flags Gtk2::TargetFlags

’same−app’ / ’ GTK_TARGET_SAME_APP

’same−widget’ / ’ GTK_TARGET_SAME_WIDGET

’other−app’ / ’ GTK_TARGET_OTHER_APP

’other−widget’ / ’ GTK_TARGET_OTHER_WIDGET

SEE ALSO

Gtk2, Gtk2::TargetList

COPYRIGHT

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

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