Gtk2 to Gtk3 question - how to use cairo_surface_t
I am converting some code from gtk2 to gtk3. I understand that GdkPixmap is replaced by cairo_surface_t. Acroos the code I am changing, I have a lot of situations like:
gtk_image_get_pixmap( GTK_IMAGE(widget), &map, NULL );
draw stuff on map
What I can't seem to figure out from the documentation is how to replace the gtk_image_get_pixmap() function. Would you just use a GdkPixbuf and gtk_image_get_pixbuf() - if so, I can't seem to figure how to go from the pixbuf to the cairo_surface_t. You can just set the cairo context to use the pixbuf directly with gdk_cairo_set_source_pixbuf(), but I am not sure if this is the best/right way.
Sorry for the noobish question, but that is what I am to gtk.
Thanks for your time!
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