Commit e9278c44 authored by Alastair Bridgewater's avatar Alastair Bridgewater
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backend/clx/graft: Initial rough-in for CLX GRAFTs.

  * This has been lightly tested, and seems to work as far as
mirroring a root window goes, though it has not been tested beyond
parent d06e5af8
;;; nq-clim/backend/clx/graft
;;; CLX graft implementation
(cl:defpackage :nq-clim/backend/clx/graft
(:use :cl
(:export "CLX-GRAFT"
(cl:in-package :nq-clim/backend/clx/graft)
;; The superclass list here is subject to revision, as I'm still
;; trying to find my way through the mess of mixins and
;; responsibilities in the sheet classes and protocols.
(defclass clx-graft (sheet
(defmethod realize-mirror ((port clx-port) (mirrored-sheet clx-graft))
;; This is a bit of a KLUDGE: We presume that there is only one
;; graft for a CLX port, and that it is for the default screen root.
;; We also presume that our geometry has already been set correctly,
;; and that all we have to do is to return the root window for the
;; default screen.
(clx-port-display port))))
(defun make-clx-graft (clx-port)
(let* ((graft (make-instance 'clx-graft))
(display (clx-port-display clx-port))
(screen (xlib:display-default-screen display))
(width (xlib:screen-width screen))
(height (xlib:screen-height screen)))
;; There's no defined way to set the sheet geometry on creation,
;; it has to be done post-facto by setting the region and
;; transformation explicitly. We can't use MOVE-SHEET or its
;; derivative MOVE-AND-RESIZE-SHEET as they use the existing
;; transformation and bias it by a translation, and there is no
;; existing transformation.
(setf (sheet-transformation graft) +identity-transformation+)
;; We can, however, use RESIZE-SHEET, since it simply sets the
;; region without reference to the existing region.
(resize-sheet graft width height)
;; Force the graft to be associated with the screen root window.
(realize-mirror clx-port graft)
;;; EOF
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(load (compile-file file)))
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