let store = new Gtk.ListStore(); store.set_column_types([GObject.TYPE_STRING, GObject.TYPE_INT]); store.insert_with_valuesv(-1, [ 0, 1 ], [ "test", 42 ]);
let model = Clutter.ListModel.newv( [ GObject.TYPE_STRING, GObject.TYPE_STRING ], [ 'Column Name 1', 'Column Name 2' ]); model.appendv([ 0, 1 ], [ "String 1", "String 2" ]);
The first array is the column numbers you wish to assign, the second array is the values for those columns.
Fundamental GTypes are available as GObject.TYPE_*. You can specify non-basic types using the class, e.g. Clutter.Text.
There are other variations possible, but this should provide the basics required to figure out the rest. ((You’re welcome.))
in theory, this should also work:
but I got an error from my system gjs — which may have already been fixed in GNOME 3.4, though.