GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 700652
icon-name property of GtkIconFactory sources gets lost
Last modified: 2018-03-26 15:29:18 UTC
If an UI definition contains a GtkIconFactory that has sources with "icon-name"s rather than "filename"s, Glade don't load them, and saves the UI definition without them.
I don't need to display or edit them, but I need Glade not to break them.
BTW, apparently Glade outputs warning on the CLI about "filename" being missing but required; and although it's true that it isn't there, it's neither "missing" nor required:
My GtkIconFactory UI snippet look like this:
<object class="GtkIconFactory" id="iconfactory1">
<source stock-id="foo-bar" icon-name="foo-bar"/>
<source stock-id="foo-baz" icon-name="foo-baz"/>
<!-- ... -->
This affects both Glade 3.12 and Glade 3.8. I couldn't test 3.14 yet, but I don't see anything in the changelogs that suggests this could have been fixed.
This was never implemented or asked for before.
Curiously, what is the use case ?
Aliasing icon names to... other icon names ?
(In reply to comment #1)
> This was never implemented or asked for before.
> Curiously, what is the use case ?
> Aliasing icon names to... other icon names ?
Mainly, using them as stock icons for custom stock items.
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