From: Martin Sevior (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 30 2003 - 02:00:03 EST
On 29 Mar 2003, Jason Hildebrand wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-03-29 at 08:13, Martin Sevior wrote:
> > Can someone on the Nautilus or gnome-components-list tell how I should
> > signal AbiWord that the Nautilus view has closed? Otherwise we have a
> > Frame with attached timers left hanging limbo waiting for it's gdk window
> > to go stale.
> I briefly investigated this a couple of weeks ago when playing with the Vim
> control. I noticed that when I would click "Back" from viewing the Vim control,
> Vim's menus and toolbar buttons would not go away, even though the Vim control
> was long gone.
> It appears from the libbonoboui source that calling
> bonobo_ui_component_unset_container() should do the trick, but I don't
> know for sure. I attempted this within the control's destroy callback:
> uic = bonobo_control_get_ui_component (BONOBO_CONTROL (control));
> if( uic != CORBA_OBJECT_NIL )
> bonobo_ui_component_unset_container (uic, NULL);
> But it had no effect. Perhaps the "destroy" event is too late, anyways -- this
> should be in "deactivate". However, a quick browse through the Nautilus code
> revealed that Nautilus never calls bonobo_control_frame_control_deactivate().
> Perhaps it needs to call this to give the control a chance to unmerge and shut
I've tried overriding destroy functions in the abiwidget control and
connecting to the "destroy" and "delete_event" events. Nothing ever seems
to get called. Reading through the EOG code implies that merely overiding
the destroy functions should work. But it didn't for me.
I'll look into the nautilus-adapter code to see if there is some clue as
to what signal it gives the control when it disconnects.
Thanks for your help Jason.
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