Trait gtk4::prelude::LayoutManagerExt[][src]

pub trait LayoutManagerExt: 'static {
    fn allocate(
        &self,
        widget: &impl IsA<Widget>,
        width: i32,
        height: i32,
        baseline: i32
    );
fn layout_child(&self, child: &impl IsA<Widget>) -> Option<LayoutChild>;
fn request_mode(&self) -> SizeRequestMode;
fn widget(&self) -> Option<Widget>;
fn layout_changed(&self);
fn measure(
        &self,
        widget: &impl IsA<Widget>,
        orientation: Orientation,
        for_size: i32
    ) -> (i32, i32, i32, i32); }
Expand description

Required methods

Assigns the given @width, @height, and @baseline to a @widget, and computes the position and sizes of the children of the @widget using the layout management policy of @self.

widget

the Widget using @self

width

the new width of the @widget

height

the new height of the @widget

baseline

the baseline position of the @widget, or -1

Retrieves a LayoutChild instance for the LayoutManager, creating one if necessary.

The @child widget must be a child of the widget using @self.

The LayoutChild instance is owned by the LayoutManager, and is guaranteed to exist as long as @child is a child of the Widget using the given LayoutManager.

child

a Widget

Returns

a LayoutChild

Retrieves the request mode of @self.

Returns

a SizeRequestMode

Retrieves the Widget using the given LayoutManager.

Returns

a Widget

Queues a resize on the Widget using @self, if any.

This function should be called by subclasses of LayoutManager in response to changes to their layout management policies.

Measures the size of the @widget using @self, for the given @orientation and size.

See the Widget documentation on layout management for more details.

widget

the Widget using @self

orientation

the orientation to measure

for_size

Size for the opposite of @orientation; for instance, if the @orientation is Orientation::Horizontal, this is the height of the widget; if the @orientation is Orientation::Vertical, this is the width of the widget. This allows to measure the height for the given width, and the width for the given height. Use -1 if the size is not known

Returns
minimum

the minimum size for the given size and orientation

natural

the natural, or preferred size for the given size and orientation

minimum_baseline

the baseline position for the minimum size

natural_baseline

the baseline position for the natural size

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