Functions of GDK build using XLib primitives - Xwindows

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  1. Functions of GDK build using XLib primitives

    Hi,

    If anyone has the GDK functions which are built using XLib primitives
    i would like to have, If your are willing to share.

    I am developing an application using XLib, for which i need to draw
    buttons, menus etc, which can be done easily if i go through how GDK
    has been build.

    Thanks in adavance.

  2. Re: Functions of GDK build using XLib primitives

    Anjina Murthy wrote:

    > If anyone has the GDK functions which are built using XLib primitives
    > i would like to have, If your are willing to share.


    What about googling for the library sources?

    > I am developing an application using XLib, for which i need to draw
    > buttons, menus etc, which can be done easily if i go through how GDK
    > has been build.


    GDK doesn't know anything about buttons or menus, only windows. You
    probably mean GTK+.

  3. Re: Functions of GDK build using XLib primitives

    Yes I mean GTK+. Even if you have any idea how GTK libraries build. please share it.


    Daniel Rakel wrote in message news:...
    > Anjina Murthy wrote:
    >
    > > If anyone has the GDK functions which are built using XLib primitives
    > > i would like to have, If your are willing to share.

    >
    > What about googling for the library sources?
    >
    > > I am developing an application using XLib, for which i need to draw
    > > buttons, menus etc, which can be done easily if i go through how GDK
    > > has been build.

    >
    > GDK doesn't know anything about buttons or menus, only windows. You
    > probably mean GTK+.


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