Getting (x,y) coordinates when clicking on images

I wrote an application where the user clicks on a GtkImage, and I want to know *where* the user clicked. Here's a simple object extending GtkAlignment.

PGID3 v2.1

screenshot for PGID3 v2.1 PGID3 is an ID3v1 and ID3v2 tag editor for MP3 files. This new version sports a completely rebuilt user interface even though it looks exactly the same as before, now taking advantage of the PHP5 OOP model.

Also starting with this version PGID3 is now under the BSD License.

Which editing widget do you use in your PHP-GTK apps ?

GtkScintilla
33% (5 voti)
GtkSourceView
13% (2 voti)
GtkTextView
47% (7 voti)
Home-grown (please comment)
7% (1 voto)
Total votes: 15

feisty php-gtk2 beta now available

php-gtk2 is now available for feisty. to install php-gtk2 open your package manager and add

deb http://cycleide.uni.cc/php-gtk feisty testing

reload the packages there is now a catagory called php-gtk ; select it and there is a package named phpgtk2 install this.

you will now be able to run php-gtk programs by typing :

php-gtk yourscript.php

enjoy

PHP-GTK 2 Beta !

The PHP-GTK team is proud to announce the release of a beta version of PHP-GTK 2. This release, aptly named extension extravaganza, brings with it tons of new features that you can look forward to:

Exporting geo-nick information to GoogleEarth

Inspired by Marc Quinton I made an application for on-line generating KML files with the GPS coordinates of developers here. It can be used as a simple example of using some Gtk widget, PHP DOM extension, XMLRPC and for flying over our heads - enjoy :)

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