#[repr(transparent)]
pub struct IconTheme { /* private fields */ }
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IconTheme provides a facility for loading themed icons.

The main reason for using a name rather than simply providing a filename is to allow different icons to be used depending on what “icon theme” is selected by the user. The operation of icon themes on Linux and Unix follows the Icon Theme Specification There is a fallback icon theme, named hicolor, where applications should install their icons, but additional icon themes can be installed as operating system vendors and users choose.

In many cases, named themes are used indirectly, via Image rather than directly, but looking up icons directly is also simple. The IconTheme object acts as a database of all the icons in the current theme. You can create new IconTheme objects, but it’s much more efficient to use the standard icon theme of the Widget so that the icon information is shared with other people looking up icons.

⚠️ The following code is in c ⚠️

GtkIconTheme *icon_theme;
GtkIconPaintable *icon;
GdkPaintable *paintable;

icon_theme = gtk_icon_theme_get_for_display (gtk_widget_get_display (my_widget));
icon = gtk_icon_theme_lookup_icon (icon_theme,
                                   "my-icon-name", // icon name
                                   48, // icon size
                                   1,  // scale
                                   0,  // flags);
paintable = GDK_PAINTABLE (icon);
// Use the paintable
g_object_unref (icon);

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Creates a new icon theme object.

Icon theme objects are used to lookup up an icon by name in a particular icon theme. Usually, you’ll want to use for_display() rather than creating a new icon theme object for scratch.

Returns

the newly created IconTheme object.

Creates a new builder-pattern struct instance to construct IconTheme objects.

This method returns an instance of IconThemeBuilder which can be used to create IconTheme objects.

Adds a resource path that will be looked at when looking for icons, similar to search paths.

See set_resource_path().

This function should be used to make application-specific icons available as part of the icon theme.

path

a resource path

Appends a directory to the search path.

See set_search_path().

path

directory name to append to the icon path

Returns the display that the IconTheme object was created for.

Returns

the display of @icon_theme

Lists the names of icons in the current icon theme.

Returns

a string array holding the names of all the icons in the theme. You must free the array using g_strfreev().

Gets the current resource path.

See set_resource_path().

Returns

A list of resource paths

Gets the current search path.

See set_search_path().

Returns

a list of icon theme path directories

Gets the current icon theme name.

Returns (transfer full): the current icon theme name,

This is supported on crate feature v4_2 only.

Checks whether an icon theme includes an icon for a particular GIcon.

gicon

a GIcon

Returns

true if @self includes an icon for @gicon

Checks whether an icon theme includes an icon for a particular name.

icon_name

the name of an icon

Returns

true if @self includes an icon for @icon_name.

Looks up a icon for a desired size and window scale.

The icon can then be rendered by using it as a gdk::Paintable, or you can get information such as the filename and size.

icon

the GIcon to look up

size

desired icon size

scale

the desired scale

direction

text direction the icon will be displayed in

flags

flags modifying the behavior of the icon lookup

Returns

a IconPaintable containing information about the icon. Unref with g_object_unref()

Looks up a named icon for a desired size and window scale, returning a IconPaintable.

The icon can then be rendered by using it as a gdk::Paintable, or you can get information such as the filename and size.

If the available @icon_name is not available and @fallbacks are provided, they will be tried in order.

If no matching icon is found, then a paintable that renders the “missing icon” icon is returned. If you need to do something else for missing icons you need to use has_icon().

Note that you probably want to listen for icon theme changes and update the icon. This is usually done by overriding the GtkWidgetClass.css-changed() function.

icon_name

the name of the icon to lookup

size

desired icon size.

scale

the window scale this will be displayed on

direction

text direction the icon will be displayed in

flags

flags modifying the behavior of the icon lookup

Returns

a IconPaintable object containing the icon.

Sets the resource paths that will be looked at when looking for icons, similar to search paths.

The resources are considered as part of the hicolor icon theme and must be located in subdirectories that are defined in the hicolor icon theme, such as @path/16x16/actions/run.png or @path/scalable/actions/run.svg.

Icons that are directly placed in the resource path instead of a subdirectory are also considered as ultimate fallback, but they are treated like unthemed icons.

path

NULL-terminated array of resource paths that are searched for icons

Sets the search path for the icon theme object.

When looking for an icon theme, GTK will search for a subdirectory of one or more of the directories in @path with the same name as the icon theme containing an index.theme file. (Themes from multiple of the path elements are combined to allow themes to be extended by adding icons in the user’s home directory.)

In addition if an icon found isn’t found either in the current icon theme or the default icon theme, and an image file with the right name is found directly in one of the elements of @path, then that image will be used for the icon name. (This is legacy feature, and new icons should be put into the fallback icon theme, which is called hicolor, rather than directly on the icon path.)

path

NULL-terminated array of directories that are searched for icon themes

Sets the name of the icon theme that the IconTheme object uses overriding system configuration.

This function cannot be called on the icon theme objects returned from for_display().

theme_name

name of icon theme to use instead of configured theme, or None to unset a previously set custom theme

The display that this icon theme object is attached to.

Gets the icon theme object associated with @display.

If this function has not previously been called for the given display, a new icon theme object will be created and associated with the display. Icon theme objects are fairly expensive to create, so using this function is usually a better choice than calling new() and setting the display yourself; by using this function a single icon theme object will be shared between users.

display

a gdk::Display

Returns

A unique IconTheme associated with the given display. This icon theme is associated with the display and can be used as long as the display is open. Do not ref or unref it.

Emitted when the icon theme changes.

This can happen becuase current icon theme is switched or because GTK detects that a change has occurred in the contents of the current icon theme.

Returns an array of integers describing the sizes at which the icon is available without scaling.

A size of -1 means that the icon is available in a scalable format. The array is zero-terminated.

icon_name

the name of an icon

Returns

A newly allocated array describing the sizes at which the icon is available. The array should be freed with g_free() when it is no longer needed.

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