Switching off 'abstract class'-switch in Gtk::Container

Hello,

I am implementing a custom ToolBox-container that is based on the code
from the Glade interface designer.

class ToolBox < Gtk::Container
# …
end

When I try to instantiate the class however, I get an ‘abstract class
(TypeError)’ error. Obviously this ‘abstract class’-flag is internal to
GTK+ since abstract classes are not part of the Ruby-language.

So my question is, how do I properly switch this ‘abstract class’ flag
off in my ToolBox? Could this be a bug so that the best thing to do is
to try finding it in Ruby-GNOME2?

  • Martin Nordholts

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On Tue, Feb 27, 2007 at 07:22:14AM +0100, Martin Nordholts wrote:

class ToolBox < Gtk::Container
# …
end

When I try to instantiate the class however, I get an ‘abstract class
(TypeError)’ error. Obviously this ‘abstract class’-flag is internal to
GTK+ since abstract classes are not part of the Ruby-language.

Do you have a call to type_register in your class definition?

Cheers,
Markus


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Aha

Thanks, that fixed that problem.

  • Martin

tis 2007-02-27 klockan 19:06 +0100 skrev Markus K.:

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