Trying to use an xlib GXxor
ilan at tzirechnoy.com
Mon Feb 6 07:04:58 UTC 2017
On Sun, Feb 05, 2017 at 08:18:41PM -0500, Alan Corey wrote:
> This probably isn't exactly the right list for this, but maybe
> somebody lingering can answer. I'm trying to use xor to put a line on
> the screen then erase it again when I want. With the XSetFunction()
> to xor uncommented I get no line. If I comment it out I get a line,
> but no erase. If I move it between the draws I get no erase.
> xor (exclusive or) should set every bit where there's one and only one
> of the inputs true. If you xor something to the screen twice the 2nd
> time erases what you wrote the first time. Except I'm doing something
> wrong or there's something I didn't consider.
To get the "blackcolor" over "whitecolor" with GXxor, you should
draw with "blackcolor^whitecolor".
(because the result would be
In fact, on most displays blackcolor is an integer with the val-
ue 0, therefore xor with just blackcolor does nothing.
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