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/* ui_util.c
 * UI utility routines
 *
 * $Id: ui_util.c,v 1.10 2002/08/28 21:03:50 jmayer Exp $
 *
 * Ethereal - Network traffic analyzer
 * By Gerald Combs <gerald@ethereal.com>
 * Copyright 1998 Gerald Combs
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
 * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
 * of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.
 */

#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
# include "config.h"
#endif

#include <glib.h>

#include <gtk/gtk.h>

#include "gtkglobals.h"
#include "ui_util.h"
#include "prefs.h"
#include "../ui_util.h"
#include "image/eicon3d16.xpm"


/* Set the name of the top-level window and its icon to the specified
   string. */
void
set_main_window_name(gchar *window_name)
{
  gtk_window_set_title(GTK_WINDOW(top_level), window_name);
  gdk_window_set_icon_name(top_level->window, window_name);
}

/* Given a pointer to a GtkWidget for a top-level window, raise it and
   de-iconify it.  This routine is used if the user has done something to
   ask that a window of a certain type be popped up when there can be only
   one such window and such a window has already been popped up - we
   pop up the existing one rather than creating a new one.

   XXX - we should request that it be given the input focus, too.  Alas,
   GDK has nothing to do that, e.g. by calling "XSetInputFocus()" in a
   window in X.  Besides, using "XSetInputFocus()" doesn't work anyway,
   apparently due to the way GTK+/GDK manages the input focus.

   The X Desktop Group's Window Manager Standard specifies, in the section
   on Root Window Properties, an _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW client message that
   can be sent to the root window, containing the window ID of the
   window to activate; I infer that this might be the way to give the
   window the input focus - I assume that means it's also de-iconified,
   but I wouldn't assume it'd raise it.

   XXX - will this do the right thing on window systems other than X? */
void
reactivate_window(GtkWidget *win)
{
  gdk_window_show(win->window);
  gdk_window_raise(win->window);
}

/* Set our window icon.  The GDK documentation doesn't provide any
   actual documentation for gdk_window_set_icon(), so we'll steal
   libgimp/gimpdialog.c:gimp_dialog_realize_callback() from the Gimp
   sources and assume it's safe.

   XXX - The current icon size is fixed at 16x16 pixels, which looks fine
   with kwm (KDE 1.x's window manager), Sawfish (the "default" window
   manager for GNOME?), and under Windows with Exceed putting X windows
   on the Windows desktop, using Exceed as the window manager, as those
   window managers put a 16x16 icon on the title bar.

   The window managers in some windowing environments (e.g. dtwm in CDE)
   and some stand-alone window managers have larger icon sizes (many window
   managers put the window icon on the desktop, in the Windows 3.x style,
   rather than in the titlebar, in the Windows 4.x style), so we need to
   find a way to size our icon appropriately.

   The X11 Inter-Client Communications Conventions Manual, Version 1.1,
   in X11R5, specifies that "a window manager that wishes to place
   constraints on the sizes of icon pixmaps and/or windows should
   place a property called WM_ICON_SIZE on the root"; that property
   contains minimum width and height, maximum width and height, and
   width and height increment values.  "XGetIconSizes()" retrieves
   that property; unfortunately, I've yet to find a window manager
   that sets it on the root window (kwm, AfterStep, and Exceed don't
   appear to set it).

   The X Desktop Group's Window Manager Standard specifies, in the section
   on Application Window Properties, an _NET_WM_ICON property, presumably
   set by the window manager, which is an array of possible icon sizes
   for the client.  There's no API in GTK+ 1.2[.x] for this; there may
   eventually be one either in GTK+ 2.0 or GNOME 2.0.

   Some window managers can be configured to take the window name
   specified by the WM_NAME property of a window or the resource
   or class name specified by the WM_CLASS property and base the
   choice of icon for the window on one of those; WM_CLASS for
   Ethereal's windows has a resource name of "ethereal" and a class
   name of "Ethereal".  However, the way that's done is window-manager-
   specific, and there's no way to determine what size a particular
   window manager would want, so there's no way to automate this as
   part of the installation of Ethereal.
   */
void
window_icon_realize_cb (GtkWidget *win, gpointer data _U_)
{
#ifndef WIN32
  static GdkPixmap *icon_pmap = NULL;
  static GdkBitmap *icon_mask = NULL;
  GtkStyle         *style;

  style = gtk_widget_get_style (win);

  if (icon_pmap == NULL) {
    icon_pmap = gdk_pixmap_create_from_xpm_d (win->window,
		&icon_mask, &style->bg[GTK_STATE_NORMAL], eicon3d16_xpm);
  }

  gdk_window_set_icon (win->window, NULL, icon_pmap, icon_mask);
#endif
}

/* List of all GtkScrolledWindows, so we can globally set the scrollbar
   placement of all of them. */
static GList *scrolled_windows;

static void setup_scrolled_window(GtkWidget *scrollw);
static void forget_scrolled_window(GtkWidget *scrollw, gpointer data);
static void set_scrollbar_placement_scrollw(GtkWidget *scrollw);

/* Create a GtkScrolledWindow, set its scrollbar placement appropriately,
   and remember it. */
GtkWidget *
scrolled_window_new(GtkAdjustment *hadjustment, GtkAdjustment *vadjustment)
{
  GtkWidget *scrollw;

  scrollw = gtk_scrolled_window_new(hadjustment, vadjustment);
  setup_scrolled_window(scrollw);
  return scrollw;
}

/* Set a GtkScrolledWindow's scrollbar placement and add it to the list
   of GtkScrolledWindows. */
static void
setup_scrolled_window(GtkWidget *scrollw)
{
  set_scrollbar_placement_scrollw(scrollw);

  scrolled_windows = g_list_append(scrolled_windows, scrollw);

  /* Catch the "destroy" event on the widget, so that we remove it from
     the list when it's destroyed. */
  gtk_signal_connect(GTK_OBJECT(scrollw), "destroy",
		     GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(forget_scrolled_window), NULL);
}

/* Remove a GtkScrolledWindow from the list of GtkScrolledWindows. */
static void
forget_scrolled_window(GtkWidget *scrollw, gpointer data _U_)
{
  scrolled_windows = g_list_remove(scrolled_windows, scrollw);
}

/* Set the scrollbar placement of a GtkScrolledWindow based upon user
   preference. */
static void
set_scrollbar_placement_scrollw(GtkWidget *scrollw)
{
  if (prefs.gui_scrollbar_on_right) {
    gtk_scrolled_window_set_placement(GTK_SCROLLED_WINDOW(scrollw),
				      GTK_CORNER_TOP_LEFT);
  } else {
    gtk_scrolled_window_set_placement(GTK_SCROLLED_WINDOW(scrollw),
				      GTK_CORNER_TOP_RIGHT);
  }
}

static void
set_scrollbar_placement_cb(gpointer data, gpointer user_data _U_)
{
  set_scrollbar_placement_scrollw((GtkWidget *)data);
}

/* Set the scrollbar placement of all GtkScrolledWindows based on
   user preference. */
void
set_scrollbar_placement_all(void)
{
  g_list_foreach(scrolled_windows, set_scrollbar_placement_cb, NULL);
}

/* List of all GtkCTrees, so we can globally set the line and expander style
   of all of them. */
static GList *ctrees;

static void setup_ctree(GtkWidget *ctree);
static void forget_ctree(GtkWidget *ctree, gpointer data);
static void set_ctree_styles(GtkWidget *ctree);

/* Create a GtkCTree, give it the right styles, and remember it. */
GtkWidget *
ctree_new(gint columns, gint tree_column)
{
  GtkWidget *ctree;

  ctree = gtk_ctree_new(columns, tree_column);
  setup_ctree(ctree);
  return ctree;
}

GtkWidget *
ctree_new_with_titles(gint columns, gint tree_column, gchar *titles[])
{
  GtkWidget *ctree;

  ctree = gtk_ctree_new_with_titles(columns, tree_column, titles);
  setup_ctree(ctree);
  return ctree;
}

/* Set a GtkCTree's styles and add it to the list of GtkCTrees. */
static void
setup_ctree(GtkWidget *ctree)
{
  set_ctree_styles(ctree);

  ctrees = g_list_append(ctrees, ctree);

  /* Catch the "destroy" event on the widget, so that we remove it from
     the list when it's destroyed. */
  gtk_signal_connect(GTK_OBJECT(ctree), "destroy",
		     GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(forget_ctree), NULL);
}

/* Remove a GtkCTree from the list of GtkCTrees. */
static void
forget_ctree(GtkWidget *ctree, gpointer data _U_)
{
  ctrees = g_list_remove(ctrees, ctree);
}

/* Set the styles of a GtkCTree based upon user preferences. */
static void
set_ctree_styles(GtkWidget *ctree)
{
  g_assert(prefs.gui_ptree_line_style >= GTK_CTREE_LINES_NONE &&
	   prefs.gui_ptree_line_style <= GTK_CTREE_LINES_TABBED);
  gtk_ctree_set_line_style(GTK_CTREE(ctree), prefs.gui_ptree_line_style);
  g_assert(prefs.gui_ptree_expander_style >= GTK_CTREE_EXPANDER_NONE &&
	   prefs.gui_ptree_expander_style <= GTK_CTREE_EXPANDER_CIRCULAR);
  gtk_ctree_set_expander_style(GTK_CTREE(ctree),
      prefs.gui_ptree_expander_style);
}

static void
set_ctree_styles_cb(gpointer data, gpointer user_data _U_)
{
  set_ctree_styles((GtkWidget *)data);
}

/* Set the styles of all GtkCTrees based upon style values. */
void
set_ctree_styles_all(void)
{
  g_list_foreach(ctrees, set_ctree_styles_cb, NULL);
}