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// -*- c++ -*-
//  Generated by gtkmmproc from ./../window.gen_h -- DO NOT MODIFY!

/* $Id: window.h,v 1.2 2003/06/17 16:37:41 pbd Exp $ */

/* window.h
 * Copyright (C) 1998-1999 The Gtk-- Development Team
 * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public
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 * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * Library General Public License for more details.
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 * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free
 * Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

#include <gtk--/bin.h>
#include <gtk/gtkwindow.h>

namespace Gtk {
class Window;
class Window_Class;
namespace Gtk { Gtk::Window *wrap (GtkWindow *o); }
namespace Gtk
class AccelGroup;

//: Toplevel Window
//- This represents all widgets which are physical windows controlled
//- by the window manager.  Windows have a hidden reference controlled
//- by the gtk-- kit.
//- Windows which are told to manage() are not deleted until they are
//- sent the destroy signal.
class Window : public Bin {

  typedef Window          CppObjectType;
  typedef Window_Class    CppClassType;
  typedef GtkWindow           BaseObjectType;
  typedef GtkWindowClass      BaseClassType;

  friend class Window_Class;
  static CppClassType window_class;

  Window(const Window&);
  Window& operator=(const Window&); // not implemented

  void   initialize_class();
  explicit Window(GtkWindow *castitem);

  static GtkType get_type();
  GtkWindow* gtkobj()             { return (GtkWindow*)(gtkobject); }
  const GtkWindow* gtkobj() const { return (GtkWindow*)(gtkobject); }
  static bool isA(Object *checkcast);

  // Hook for proxies
  static const char* const signal_names[];

  virtual ~Window();



  //: Create a window.
  //- This creates a window with an optional {type}.
  explicit Window(GtkWindowType type=GTK_WINDOW_TOPLEVEL);

  bool is_toplevel() {return gtkobj()->type==GTK_WINDOW_TOPLEVEL;}
  bool is_dialog()   {return gtkobj()->type==GTK_WINDOW_DIALOG;}
  bool is_popup()    {return gtkobj()->type==GTK_WINDOW_POPUP;}

  GtkWindowType get_window_type() const;

  //: Set the window {title}.

  void set_title(const nstring& title);

  //: Set the window manager names.
  //- See {wmclass_name} and {wmclass_class}.

  void set_wmclass(const nstring& wmclass_name,const nstring& wmclass_class);

  //: Changes how a toplevel window deals with its size request and user resize attempts.
  //- There are really only two reasonable ways to call this function:
  //- 1. set_policy( FALSE, TRUE, FALSE) means that the window is user-resizable.
  //- 2. set_policy(FALSE, FALSE, TRUE) means that the window's size is program-controlled, and should simply
  //- match the current size request of the window's children.
  //- The first policy is the default, that is, by default windows are designed to be resized by users.
  //- The basic ugly truth of this function is that it should be simply:
  void set_user_resizeable(gboolean setting);
  //- So, pretend it is like that, and only use the two policies mentioned above.
  //- GTK+ 1.4 may replace gtk_window_set_policy() with a nicer function like set_user_resizeable().
  //- If set to TRUE, the {\var allow_grow} parameter allows the user to expand the window beyond
  //- the size request of its child widgets. If {\var allow_grow} is TRUE,
  //- be sure to check that your child widgets work properly as the window is resized.
  //- A toplevel window will always change size to ensure its child widgets receive their
  //- requested size. This means that if you add child widgets, the
  //- toplevel window will expand to contain them. However, normally the toplevel will not
  //- shrink to fit the size request of its children if it's too large; the
  //- {\var auto_shrink} parameter causes the window to shrink when child widgets have too much space.
  //- {\var auto_shrink} is normally used with the second of the
  //- two window policies mentioned above. That is, set {\var auto_shrink} to TRUE if you want
  //- the window to have a fixed, always-optimal size determined by your program.
  //- Note that {\var auto_shrink} doesn't do anything if {\var allow_shrink} and {\var allow_grow}
  //- are both set to FALSE.
  //- Neither of the two suggested window policies set the {\var allow_shrink} paramter to TRUE.
  //- If {\var allow_shrink} is TRUE, the user can shrink the window so
  //- that its children do not receive their full size request; this is basically a bad thing,
  //- because most widgets will look wrong if this happens. Furthermore
  //- GTK+ has a tendency to re-expand the window if size is recalculated for any reason. The
  //- upshot is that {\var allow_shrink} should always be set to FALSE.
  //- Sometimes when you think you want to use {\var allow_shrink}, the real problem is that
  //- some specific child widget is requesting too much space, so the
  //- user can't shrink the window sufficiently. Perhaps you are calling {Gtk::Widget::set_usize()}
  //- on a child widget, and forcing its size request to be too large.
  //- Instead of setting the child's usize, consider using {Gtk::Window::set_default_size()} so that
  //- the child gets a larger allocation than it requests.

  void set_policy(gint allow_shrink,gint allow_grow,gint auto_shrink);

  //: Set the window position.

  void set_position(GtkWindowPosition position);

  gint activate_focus();

  gint activate_default();

  void set_transient_for(Gtk::Window& parent);

  void set_geometry_hints(Gtk::Widget& geometry_widget,GdkGeometry* geometry,GdkWindowHints geom_mask);

  void set_default_size(gint width,gint height);

  void set_modal(bool modal);

  // set_focus is internal


  void add_accel_group(Gtk::AccelGroup& accel_group);


  void remove_accel_group(Gtk::AccelGroup& accel_group);

/* We are going to create our own accel concept, gtk+ is not documented
   well enough to be of any use. */
   //: returns a default accel group for this window
   //- This is a gtk-- specific function.  This accel group can not
   //- be removed.
   AccelGroup* get_accel_group();

   AccelGroup *accel_group_;


  // impl functions



//+ PROPERTIES(Gtk_Window)
//. name: title
//. type: nstring
//. get:
//. set: {set_title()}
//. desc: Title displayed by window manager for this window.
//.   0 is means this window has no title.
//. Windows with a {type} of {\enum GTK_WINDOW_POPUP} may not display
//. a title even if set.

//. name: wmclass_name
//. type: nstring
//. get:
//. set: {set_wmclass()}
//. desc: Property used for X window manager.

//. name: wmclass_class
//. type: nstring
//. get:
//. set: {set_wmclass()}
//. desc: Property used for X window manager.

//. name: type
//. type: GtkWindowType
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc: This flags determine what kind of decorations and behavior this
//. window gets. This information is given to the window manager
//. and it determines how to show the window on the screen.
//. See {GtkWindowType}
//. Possible values for GtkWindowType argument are:
//. {\enum GTK_WINDOW_POPUP}

//. name: focus_widget
//. type: Gtk_Widget*
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc:

//. name: default_widget
//. type: Gtk_Widget*
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc:

//. name: transient_parent
//. type: Gtk_Window*
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc:

//. name: resize_count
//. type: gushort
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc:

//. name: allow_shrink
//. type: guint:1
//. get:
//. set: {set_policy()}
//. desc: Indicates if shrinking this window is allowed by the user.

//. name: allow_grow
//. type: guint:1
//. get:
//. set: {set_policy()}
//. desc: Indicates if expanding this window is allowed by the user.

//. name: auto_shrink
//. type: guint:1
//. get:
//. set: {set_policy()}
//. desc: Indicates the window shrinks automatically when widgets within it shrink.

//. name: handling_resize
//. type: guint:1
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc:

//. name: position
//. type: guint:2
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc: Determine where the window will be displayed when it is
//. finally drawn to the screen. Currently the following positions and
//. the effect they have on window placement can be specified.
//. See {GtkWindowPosition}
//. Possible states are:
//.  {\enum GTK_WIN_POS_NONE},
//.  {\enum GTK_WIN_POS_CENTER},
//.  {\enum GTK_WIN_POS_MOUSE}

//. name: use_uposition
//. type: guint:1
//. get:
//. set:
//. desc: The following flag is initially TRUE when a window is mapped.
//. and will be set to FALSE after it is first positioned.
//. It is also temporarily reset when the window's size changes.
//. When TRUE, we move the window to the position the app set.

//. name: modal
//. type: guint:1
//. get:
//. set:  {set_modal()}
//. desc: A modal window is one that must be responded to before
//.   the user is allowed to return to the application.  Use modal
//.   windows sparingly.

//+ ENUM(GtkWindowPosition)
//. value: GTK_WIN_POS_NONE
//. desc: {\b No position specified.}
//. The window manager is left full freedom to place the window whereever
//. it wants.

//. desc: {\b Center window.}
//. This will cause the window to center itself on the the
//. screen. This option setting will take into account the {\b virtual screen}
//.  size
//. when calculating the center. This is not the same as the
//. {\i virtual desktop}
//. setting of many window managers. It will center itself on the current
//. {\i virtual desktop}.

//. value: GTK_WIN_POS_MOUSE
//. desc: {\b User selected position.}
//. This position option will cause the window to center itself under the
//. mouse pointers' current location. Typical uses for this setting is in
//. warning/error/informational dialogs where user interaction is desired.

//+ ENUM(GtkWindowType)
//. desc: Used for the main application
//. Window that will remain for the entire application run.

//. desc: Used for transient windows with input.
//. These windows will open up, gather some input or provide some
//. application specific updates, then close. The window manager is free not
//. to provide all the 'normal' window functions to this window.

//. desc: Used for transient windows without input.
//. These
//. windows are typically used for when no user interaction is required, to
//. notify the user of some condition. Other uses for these types of windows
//. are for 'about windows', startup windows and the like.
//. Popup windows often lack decorations and will not be on window lists.
//. They should be able to handle events even though they will {\b not}
//. get kill and close events from the window manager.


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