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From: Brett Viren <>
Subject: libglade and glade-xml-signal-autoconnect?
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 10:42:00 -0000	[thread overview]
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Does the "glade-xml-signal-autoconnect" function from gnome-guile's
libglade wrapper actually do any connections?

When I create a signal handler in glade and then write a scheme
function which matches the name of the handler it never seems to
connect.  Do the callbacks live in a special namespace, or is this
feature just not there yet?

This is with guile 1.4.1, glade 0.6.2, libglade 0.17, libguilegnome
0.20 on Debian x86.

Attached are the glade and scm files.

Thanks for any enlightenment,

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