This signal is emitted on the primary instance when an activation occurs (at startup or by calling the Application
Connect to this signal to receive command line arguments from a remote instance.
This signal is emitted on the primary instance immediately after registration.
Code to be run when the main loop is idle.
Marker interface which is the parent of all signals as expressed in the bindings.
The foundation of an application.
Constants used to define the behavior of an
Parent class of proxied structures.
Flags to modify the format of the string returned by
Static methods to initialize the Java bindings around GLib.
Base class of the object system used by GLib and libraries based on it, such as GTK.
Translation layer class which adds the ability to connect signals to GObjects.
Used to indicate the types of "special" user directory (as defined by the XDG standard) that you can query with
A generic value that can be passed as a parameter to or returned from a method or function on an underlying entity in the GLib library and those built on it.
An exception thrown by the underlying library.
Misuse of the underlying library.
GLib is the general-purpose base library in GNOME; most of the its elements are just implementation infrastructure. We do not present very much of GLib's utility nature as most of the same functionality is already available in the Java standard library itself.