[Xcb] Re: XPending - XCBEventQueueLength sounds right but its
gone. What else?
Barton C Massey
bart at cs.pdx.edu
Sun Jul 17 13:42:49 EST 2005
Does XCBPollForEvent() return a pointer to an extracted
event if one is present?
In message <e3b7bac05071619267030ff76 at mail.gmail.com> you wrote:
> On 7/16/05, Travis Spencer <travislspencer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Now that XCBEventQueueLength has been removed from the public API,
> > what is to used in its place?
> I think I just found the answer in an old patch of Jamey's:
> If I'm not mistaken, this means that this Xlib code:
> static int check_xpending_xlib (Display *display)
> return XPending (display);
> Will produce the identical results to this XCB code:
> static int check_xpending_xcb (Display *display)
> int retval;
> XCBConnection *c = XCBConnectionOfDisplay (display);
> XCBPollForEvent (c, &retval);
> return retval;
> If I am mistaken, let me know. Also, if anyone has recommendations
> about testing this sort of stuff (Dickson), please pass that on too.
> Travis Spencer
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