[Xcb] Setting the WM_TRANSIENT_FOR property on a window

Jamey Sharp jamey at minilop.net
Tue Mar 23 23:17:19 PDT 2010

On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 6:25 AM, Arnaud Fontaine <arnaud at andesi.org> wrote:
>    > If  I were designing this  API, I'd probably make  it the caller's
>    > problem to concatenate the  two strings. Callers might hate me for
>    > it, but at least I  wouldn't have to think about memory allocation
>    > or whether the input is valid. ;-) Applications usually use string
>    >  literals for instance  and class,  right?  It's  easy to  write a
>    > literal containing both values ("instance\0class") and then nobody
>    > has  to call malloc.   Even applications that use  dynamic strings
>    > may be able to allocate them more efficiently than xcb-icccm can.
> I have attached this patch to this email. Hope that's ok.

Clearly, it's what I would do--what do other people think of it? :-)


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