[Sugar-devel] gtk.RadioToolButton active property not recognized
laurent.bernabe at gmail.com
Wed May 18 09:47:49 EDT 2011
Ok, here the result :
|/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
||/ Name Version Description
un libgtksourceview2.0-dev <none> (no description
2011/5/18 James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org>
> On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 11:51:05AM +0200, laurent bernabe wrote:
> > * in my application, i'm using two gtk.RadioToolButton
> > * the "clicked" handlers of the two RadioToolButton test the active
> > property of the event source (so, the RadioToolButton itself)
> > * but the SugarOLPC image logs reports me the error "
> > 'gtk.RadioToolButton' has no attribute 'active' "
> > * however, the PyGTK reference manual says that 'active' is a
> > property of gtk.ToggleToolButton, from which RadioToolButton is
> > inherited and therefore, handlers are not properly executed
> > So, what is my error ?
> You are using GTK+ version 2.0, according to your mail in another thread.
> You are using PyGTK version 2.17.0, according to your mail in another
> The PyGTK 2.24.0 documentation for ToggleToolButton at
> has a note to the right of the "active" property which says "This
> property is available in GTK+ 2.8 and above." The implication is that
> the property is not available below GTK+ 2.8. Since you have GTK+
> version 2.0, the property is expected to be unavailable.
> But it is surprising that you are using GTK+ version 2.0 ... could you
> please check this version number? It would be easy for you to misread
> the output:
> COLUMNS=120 dpkg --list libgtk\*-dev
> Here I see:
> ii libgtk2.0-dev 2.24.3-1~sid1 Development files for the GTK+
> Which means I am using version 2.24.3. The 2.0 in the package name is
> not a version number. This is an easy mistake to make.
> Assuming you are using a version of GTK+ of 2.8 or later, I see no
> explanation for your error. I would need to see the source. Please
> post a pointer to your git repository, or web page containing the
> By the way, you can obtain matching version documentation for PyGTK on
> your system by installing the package python-gtk2-doc, and then opening
> the files on the system rather than on internet.
> James Cameron
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