DXmSvnSetEntry(3X)DXmSvnSetEntry(3X)NAMEDXmSvnSetEntry - Provides the SVN widget with new entry level informa‐
void DXmSvnSetEntry (widget, entry, width, height, number, sens,
The identifier (widget ID) of the SVN widget. An integer that repre‐
sents the number of the entry for which information will be set or
changed. An integer that represents the width of the entry. This
value is used to allocate sufficient display space for the entry. If 0
is specified, the SVN widget will calculate the width based on the com‐
ponents and font. An integer that represents the height of the entry.
This value is used to allocate sufficient display space for the entry.
If 0 is specified, the SVN widget will calculate the height based on
the components and font. An integer that represents the number of com‐
ponents in this entry. A Boolean value that, when True, makes this
entry sensitive (the user can select it). When False, the display for
that entry will be dimmed to indicate that the entry is not sensitive
(the user cannot select it). The value that the application will asso‐
ciate with the entry. This value is returned in all callbacks that set
the entry_number field in the DXmSvnCallback structure. A Boolean
value that, when True, indicates that all of the entries being added
should be displayed in the scroll index window when the user drags the
slider. Note that if you set this argument to True, the DXmNlive‐
Scrolling resource must be set to False.
The DXmSvnSetEntry routine enables an application to respond to a
DXmSvnCRGetEntry callback requesting the information for an entry. You
can specify a subset of the information allowed on this call by using
the following routines: DXmSvnSetEntryNumComponents DXmSvnSetEntryTag
DXmSvnSetEntryIndexWindow DXmSvnSetEntrySensitivity DXmSvnSetEntry
Make this call in your application between calls to DXmSvnDisableDis‐
play and DXmSvnEnableDisplay. After making a call to this routine,
your application should call the DXmSvnSetComponentText, DXmSvnSetCom‐
ponentPixmap, and DXmSvnSetComponentWidget routines to individually
supply the component information.
Note that if your application calls the DXmSvnSetEntry routine to mod‐
ify an existing entry and the number of entries changes, all previous
component information is discarded.