[Xcb] *_checked and *_unchecked

Barton C Massey bart at cs.pdx.edu
Mon Jul 28 16:55:12 PDT 2008

I thought we had text somewhere about this?

The *_checked functions allow you to get a targeted
indication that your protocol request that does not return a
value has nonetheless failed.

The *_unchecked functions allow you to defer receiving an
error for a protocol request that does return a value; the
error indication is delivered on the event queue.

The unqualified versions work like Xlib works now.

Hope this helps!


In message <200807282019.21911.doomster at knuut.de> you wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm wondering, what is the point of those functions? How would I choose which 
> one to use?
> Uli
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