Gtk2::TreePath − wrapper for GtkTreePath




treepath or undef = Gtk2::TreePath−>new ($path=undef)

$path (string)

Create a new path. For convenience, if you pass a value for $path, this is just an alias for "new_from_string".

treepath = Gtk2::TreePath−>new_first
treepath or undef = Gtk2::TreePath−>new_from_indices ($first_index, ...)

$first_index (integer) a non-negative index value

... (list) of zero or more index values

The C API reference docs for this function say to mark the end of the list with a −1, but Perl doesn’t need list terminators, so don’t do that.

This is specially implemented to be available for all gtk+ versions.

treepath or undef = Gtk2::TreePath−>new_from_string ($path=undef)

$path (string)

$path−>append_index ($index_)

$index_ (integer)

integer = $a−>compare ($b)

$b (Gtk2::TreePath)

Compares two paths. If $a appears before $b in the three, returns −1. If $b appears before $a, returns 1. If the nodes are equal, returns 0.

integer = $path−>get_depth

Moves $path to point to the first child of the current path.

list = $path−>get_indices
Returns a list of integers describing the current indices of $path.

boolean = $path−>is_ancestor ($descendant)

$descendant (Gtk2::TreePath)

boolean = $path−>is_descendant ($ancestor)

$ancestor (Gtk2::TreePath)

Moves $path to point to the next node at the current depth.

$path−>prepend_index ($index_)

$index_ (integer)

boolean = $path−>prev
Moves $path to point to the previous node at the current depth, if it exists. Returns true if there is a previous node and $path was modified.

string = $path−>to_string
boolean = $path−>up

Moves $path to point to its parent node; returns false if there is no parent.


Gtk2, Glib::Boxed


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