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DXmSvnAddEntries

Section: Miscellaneous Library Functions (3X)
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NAME

DXmSvnAddEntries - Opens new entries in the structure.  

SYNOPSIS

void DXmSvnAddEntries( Widget widget, int after, int count, int level, XtPointer* tags(), Boolean index );
 

PARAMETERS

The identifier (widget ID) of the SVN widget. An integer that represents the entry number that the newly opened positions are inserted after. (If you want to add an entry before number 1, set this parameter to 0.) An integer that represents the number of entries to add to the array. An integer that represents the level number of the entries being added. A level number of 0 indicates top-level entries. A pointer to an array of longwords that contain the tag values for each entry being added. If the tag values are not being used, a Null pointer may be passed. This value can also be changed with either the DXmSvnSetEntry or DXmSvnSetEntryTag routine call. A Boolean value that, when True, indicates that all of the entries being added should appear in the scroll index window when the user drags the slider. This value can be changed with either the DXmSvnSetEntry or DXmSvnSetEntryIndexWindow routine. Note that the index window is used only when the DXmNliveScrolling resource is set to False.
 

DESCRIPTION

The DXmSvnAddEntries routine enables an application to process the expansion of an entry. The value supplied for count determines how many entries the application should open. The actual text of the entry is not passed.

The first time an entry is displayed to the user, the SVN widget issues the DXmSvnNgetEntryCallback to obtain information about the entry. If the user never positions the window in an area where a particular entry is visible, the callback will never be made. Make this call in your application between calls to DXmSvnDisableDisplay and DXmSvnEnableDisplay.


 

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