canberra-gtk

canberra-gtk — Gtk+ libcanberra Bindings

Synopsis




ca_context*         ca_gtk_context_get                  (void);
int                 ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_widget      (ca_proplist *p,
                                                         GtkWidget *w);
int                 ca_gtk_play_for_widget              (GtkWidget *w,
                                                         uint32_t id,
                                                         ...);
int                 ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_event       (ca_proplist *p,
                                                         GdkEvent *e);
int                 ca_gtk_play_for_event               (GdkEvent *e,
                                                         uint32_t id,
                                                         ...);
void                ca_gtk_widget_disable_sounds        (GtkWidget *w,
                                                         gboolean enable);

Description

libcanberra-gtk provides a few functions that simplify libcanberra usage from Gtk+ programs. It maintains a single application-global ca_context object that is made accessible via ca_gtk_context_get(). More importantly, it provides a few functions to compile event sound property lists based on GtkWidget objects or GdkEvent events.

Details

ca_gtk_context_get ()

ca_context*         ca_gtk_context_get                  (void);

libcanberra-gtk maintains a single application-global ca_context object. Use this function to access it. The CA_PROP_CANBERRA_XDG_THEME_NAME of this context property is dynamically bound to the XSETTINGS setting for the XDG theme name. CA_PROP_APPLICATION_NAME is bound to g_get_application_name().

Returns :

a pa_context object

ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_widget ()

int                 ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_widget      (ca_proplist *p,
                                                         GtkWidget *w);

Fill in a ca_proplist object for a sound event that shall originate from the specified Gtk Widget. This will fill in properties like CA_PROP_WINDOW_NAME or CA_PROP_WINDOW_X11_DISPLAY for you.

p :

The proplist to store these sound event properties in

w :

The Gtk widget to base these sound event properties on

Returns :

0 on success, negative error code on error.

ca_gtk_play_for_widget ()

int                 ca_gtk_play_for_widget              (GtkWidget *w,
                                                         uint32_t id,
                                                         ...);

Play a sound event for the specified widget. This will internally call ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_widget() and then merge them with the properties passed in via the NULL terminated argument list. Finally, it will call ca_context_play_full() to actually play the event sound.

w :

The Gtk widget to base these sound event properties on

id :

The event id that can later be used to cancel this event sound using ca_context_cancel(). This can be any integer and shall be chosen be the client program. It is a good idea to pass 0 here if cancelling the sound later is not needed. If the same id is passed to multiple sounds they can be canceled with a single ca_context_cancel() call.

... :

additional event properties as pairs of strings, terminated by NULL.

Returns :

0 on success, negative error code on error.

ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_event ()

int                 ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_event       (ca_proplist *p,
                                                         GdkEvent *e);

Fill in a ca_proplist object for a sound event that is being triggered by the specified Gdk Event. This will fill in properties like CA_PROP_EVENT_MOUSE_X or CA_PROP_EVENT_MOUSE_BUTTON for you. This will internally also cal ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_widget() on the widget this event belongs to.

p :

The proplist to store these sound event properties in

e :

The Gdk event to base these sound event properties on

Returns :

0 on success, negative error code on error.

ca_gtk_play_for_event ()

int                 ca_gtk_play_for_event               (GdkEvent *e,
                                                         uint32_t id,
                                                         ...);

Play a sound event for the specified event. This will internally call ca_gtk_proplist_set_for_event() and then merge them with the properties passed in via the NULL terminated argument list. Finally, it will call ca_context_play_full() to actually play the event sound.

e :

The Gdk event to base these sound event properties on

id :

The event id that can later be used to cancel this event sound using ca_context_cancel(). This can be any integer and shall be chosen be the client program. It is a good idea to pass 0 here if cancelling the sound later is not needed. If the same id is passed to multiple sounds they can be canceled with a single ca_context_cancel() call.

... :

additional event properties as pairs of strings, terminated by NULL.

Returns :

0 on success, negative error code on error.

ca_gtk_widget_disable_sounds ()

void                ca_gtk_widget_disable_sounds        (GtkWidget *w,
                                                         gboolean enable);

By default sound events are automatically generated for all kinds of input events. Use this function to disable this. This is intended to be used for widgets which directly generate sound events.

w :

The Gtk widget to disable automatic event sounds for.

enable :

Boolean specifying whether sound events shall be enabled or disabled for this widget.