Manual Reference Pages - XMTDIALOGBINDRESOURCELIST (3)
XmtDialogBindResourceList() - use Xmt automatic dialog
data transfer features with widgets that are not
void XmtDialogBindResourceList(Widget w,
The root of the widget subtree (usually a shell)
that is to be used with the Xmt automatic dialog
An array of resources that name data values and
describe how they are stored in a data structure.
This is similar to the list that would be passed to
The number of elements in the resources array.
In order for the Xmt automatic dialog data transfer
facilities to work, the widgets involved must be described with the
xmtChildren syntax, and must have a resource list associated
with them when they are created. Normally this resource list
is supplied in a call to XmtBuildDialog() or XmtBuildQuery
Dialog(). On occasion, however, you may want to use the Xmt
automatic data-transfer mechanism with widgets that are not
actually in dialog boxes, or for some other reason are not
created with these special functions.
You can, in fact, use the dialog data transfer mechanisms
with any widgets described with the xmtChildren resource, but
in order to do so, you must associate an XtResourceList with
them by calling XmtDialogBindResourceList(). This function
associates the resource list resources with the widget
(generally a shell widget) w. You must call this function before
you create the children of w with XmtCreateChildren() or some
Chapter 29, Custom Dialogs and Automatic Dialog Management,
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