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Manual Reference Pages  -  XFIXES (3)

NAME

XFixes - Augmented versions of core protocol requests

CONTENTS

Syntax
Arguments
Description
Restrictions
Authors

SYNTAX

#include <X11/extensions/Xfixes.h>

Bool XFixesQueryExtension (Display *dpy,         int *event_base_return, int *error_base_return);

Status XFixesQueryVersion (Display *dpy,         int *major_version_return,         int *minor_version_return);

void XFixesChangeSaveSet (Display *dpy,         Window window,         int mode,         int target,         int map);

ARGUMENTS

display Specifies the connection to the X server.
window Specifies which window.
mode Specifies the save set operation (SetModeInsert/SetModeDelete).
target Specifies the target when executing the save set (SaveSetNearest/SaveSetRoot). In SaveSetNearest mode, the save set member window will be reparented to the nearest window not owned by the save set client. In SaveSetRoot mode, the save set member window will be reparented to the root window.
map Specifies the map mode (SaveSetMap/SaveSetUnmap) which selects whether the save setmember window will be mapped or unmapped during save set processing.

DESCRIPTION

Xfixes is a simple library designed to interface the X Fixes Extension. This extension provides application with work arounds for various limitations in the core protocol.

RESTRICTIONS

Xfixes will remain upward compatible after the 1.0 release.

AUTHORS

Keith Packard, member of the XFree86 Project, Inc. and HP, Owen Taylor, member of the Gnome Foundation and Redhat, Inc.
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