DEPRECATED!! (compatibility wrappers for RGtk 1!)
These functions dynamically compute information
about the class hierarchy for a given Gtk object
or a type.
The class hierarchy is defined by the C-level Gtk
code and is “reflected” to S via these functions.
Most S-level Gtk objects will be created in the RGtk package
with the appropriate class. In cases where this is not true,
gtkObjectGetClass can be used to compute and assign the
so that the regular S interface for that object will work.
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the Gtk object whose class information is to be computed.
an S object identifying the Gtk type of interest.
This can be either a character string giving the name of the
type or an object of class
a logical value that can be used to bypass
a check that the argument
This uses C code to query the internal Gtk class hierarchy. The class information is not (only) S class information, but mirrors the real Gtk class hieararchy.
A character vector.
gtkObjectGetTypeName returns the name of the class/type
of the given object.
return the names of the object class/type and its
successive parent classes, up to
THIS STUFF IS VERY OLD AND DEPRECATED (compatibility wrappers for RGtk 1)
Type information about a particular class is not available
until that class has been initialized.
One can call the C routine
gtk_<type-name>_get_type to initialize it
or, more commonly and completely, create an instance
of that class.
.C("gtk_button_get_type", PACKAGE = "RGtk")
Duncan Temple Lang <[email protected]>
Information on the package is available from http://www.omegahat.net/RGtk.
Information on Gtk is available from http://www.gtk.org.
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