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 Post subject: interrupt based signals in gtk
PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2014 5:19 am 
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Hi Dear All

I am New To GTK FORUMS
I am Working on Embedded Boards My work is to Create the GUI USING GTK+3.0. In this we are using the Different kinds of SENSORS interfaces to .
Can GTK+3.0 or Higher versions Supports signalling Mechanism to poll the POrts

My requirement is simple
let us suppose i had 10 screens .. if i clicked in first screen1 the controlling going to screen2.. Using the clicked signaling
g_signal_connect(Browback of signal :clicked signal is unless until u touched the screen it won't allow to change the screen )
So is there any procedure or signals in gtk+ any version till i get the input from the sensor i control has to wait in screen1 .. if interrupt occurs and then control goes according to


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 Post subject: Re: interrupt based signals in gtk
PostPosted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 6:30 pm 
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Hello,

The library Glib does all the signal work for GTK. The Glib library contains many different ways to generate signals to GTK. With out knowing more about your embedded board it would be impossible to say a definite "YES" and say exactly how to do it.

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 Post subject: Re: interrupt based signals in gtk
PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 9:30 am 
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Thanks for replay errol,

Can u provide a link to how i create a signal and added into Glib ....Is it possible to create Own Signal ?
and how can i add my signal in Place of clicked signal in Gtk_signal_connect.... Let me know what kind of information needed about my Embedded Board ..

thanks and regards
Hemanth


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