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Tabs widget

Tabs widget is a widget that switches between different layouts based on active tab on the tab header.

A tabs widget

Tabs widget

Tabs attributes can be accessed as widget->tabs.

Tabs are indexed by an integers, first tab starts at 0 and last valid index is tabs_cnt - 1.

Tabs widget constructor
gp_widget *gp_widget_tabs_new(unsigned int tabs_cnt, unsigned int active_tab,
                              const char *tab_labels[], int flags);

Creates a tabs widget with tabs_cnt tabs tab_labels[] for the tab labels.

The flags parameter is currently unused and must be 0.

Child widget manipulation

gp_widget *gp_widget_tabs_put(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab,
                              gp_widget *child);

Inserts a child widget to the tab and returns a child previously occupying the tab or NULL if it was empty.

Passing a NULL child pointer makes the call equivalent to the gp_widget_tabs_rem().

gp_widget *gp_widget_tabs_get(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab);

Returns a pointer to a child widget occupying the tab or NULL if it’s empty.

gp_widget *gp_widget_tabs_rem(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab)

Removes and returns a pointer to a child widget in tab. Returns NULL if tab was empty.

gp_widget *gp_widget_tabs_del(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab)

Remove and frees, with a gp_widget_free(), child widget in tab. It’s no-op if the tab was empty.

Functions to manipulate and query tabs

unsigned int gp_widget_tabs_cnt(gp_widget *self);

Returns number of tabs. The tab indexes are in range 0 and tabs_cnt - 1.

unsigned int gp_widget_tabs_active_get(gp_widget *self);

void gp_widget_tabs_active_set(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab);

Sets and gets the currently active tab.

int gp_widget_tabs_tab_by_child(gp_widget *self, gp_widget *child);

A lookup function to get tab index by a child widget pointer.

Function to add and remove tabs

void gp_widget_tabs_tab_ins(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab,
                            const char *label, gp_widget *child);

Inserts a tab at a given position.

Note that indexes of tabs on the right from the given position will increase. One of the possibilities on how to uniquely identify tabs when inserting in the middle is by child widgets with gp_widget_tabs_tab_by_child().

unsigned int gp_widget_tabs_tab_append(gp_widget *self,
                                       const char *label, gp_widget *child);

Appends a tab at the end, i.e. to be the most right tab. Returns position of the newly insterted tab.

unsigned int gp_widget_tabs_tab_prepend(gp_widget *self,
                                        const char *label, gp_widget *child);

Prepends a tab at the begining, i.e. to be the most left tab. The tab is inserted at position 0.

Note that all the indexes of already existing tabs increase.

gp_widget *gp_widget_tabs_tab_rem(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab);

Removes a tab at a given position and returns a pointer to the child widget.

gp_widget *gp_widget_tabs_tab_del(gp_widget *self, unsigned int tab);

Removes a tab at a given position and frees the child with gp_widget_free().

Table 1. Tabs JSON attributes
Attribute Type Default Description

labels

array

Array of string labels.

widgets

array

Array of child widgets.

active

uint

0

Active tab.

Table 2. Tabs widget events
Widget event value Description