This example has a Gtk::TreeView widget, with a Gtk::ListStore model. Gtk:: Application::create(argc, argv, “e”); ExampleWindow window;. The TreeView widget. Programming with gtkmm 3. The Gtk::TreeView widget can contain lists or trees of data, in columns. The Model; The View; The tree view widget (GtkTreeView) For example, a model mapping the file system could be created for a file manager. Creating the model is quite simple: .

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Creating the model is quite simple: Print number of rows print len store Print all but first column print store [ gt ][ 1: Typically the 2 is never passed directly like that; usually an enum is created wherein the different columns are enumerated, followed by a token that represents the total number of columns.

The next step is to enable sorting.

In the example, a text cell renderer’s “text” property has been linked to the first model column. The integer will then automatically be converted into a string before the cell renderer property is set [1].

It needs a Gtk. If you are using a floating point type, i.

This is only a simple example, you can make cell data functions a lot more complicated if you want to. ListStorehiding some elements to the view. TreeIter instance, which points to the location of the newly inserted row. Selection handling Most applications will need to not only deal with displaying data, but also receiving input events from users.


Cell renderers are packed into tree view columns much like widgets are packed into GtkHBoxes. Both reference a particular row in a tree model.

GtkTreeView widget

It does this with columns and cell renderers. TreeStore contains rows of data, and each row may have child rows.

Setting a custom sort function As a general rule, you should not change the text colour or the background colour of tutoriao cell unless you have a really good reason for it. More information can be found on this in the GtkTreeModel section. Should it render it as a string of “True” or “False”, “On” or “Off”, or should it be rendered as a checkbox? TreeView with a subset of the underlying model.

GtkTreeView widget

The next example will illustrate this, only using a tree store instead of a list store. This works similar with any other attribute, only that you need to adjust the data type for the property of course e.

Go and check how often this function is called in your program if you ever use one. As an example we will create a comparison function that sorts case-sensitive. TreeView and a Gtk. Then the properties of a cell renderer are set automatically according to the data in the model before each row is rendered. With the power and flexibility of a Gtk. As always, there is a trade-off to keep in mind though. Treevisw the example above the sorted list looked like: The steps to gttk a tree view are very similar to creating a list view.


Many views could tutorisl created to display various parts of the file system, but only one copy need be kept in treevuew. Sorting by clicking on columns They are basically just GObjects i. TreeView has an associated Gtk. Here is a diagram courtesy of Owen Taylor that pictures the relationship between tree view columns and cell renderers:.

The language categories serve as toplevel nodes for their list of items. You can create a new instance of a Gtk. Here is a simple example of using a GtkTreeView widget in context of the other widgets.

GtkTreeView widget is a complex widget ftk can be used to display lists and trees.

The other thing worth mentioning is that most properties have a “foo-set” property taking a boolean value as argument, such as “foreground-set”. Application Deprecated Menus Table. We append a new row and set a value to the row, which is referenced by an GtkTreeIter object. It is up to uttorial to decide which one to use – the effect will be the same.