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Retrieves a widget's class structure flags


unsigned long PtWidgetClassFlags( 
                  PtWidget_t *widget );


This function retrieves widget's class structure flags:

Pt_CLEAN_RESOURCES (set, cleared, and used internally)
Indicates that all resources in a widget class's resource list are in a single range. This is used as an optimization allowing a widget's resources to be indexed as an array.
The widget class is a container.
Pt_DISJOINT (e.g. PtWindow, PtMenu, PtRegion)
Indicates that widgets of this class own regions that aren't children of the regions of their widget parents. Any clipping set by the parent of a disjoint widget won't be applied to the disjoint widget. The regions of disjoint widgets are sensitive and opaque to expose events.
Pt_FORCE_UNREALIZE (set automatically when required)
The class Unrealization function (unrealize_f()) for this class and its superclasses will be called when this widget is unrealized.
Pt_INDEX_RESOURCES (set, cleared, and used internally)
Indicates the resources are clean and continuously sequential-the resources may be indexed instead of traversed.
Prevents the search for a resource from walking up through superclasses. Only the resources for this class are handled; all others are ignored. This doesn't prevent resources from being propagated to procreated widgets.

This is handy for allowing common resources such as Pt_ARG_COLOR to pass to procreated children without having to write a resource-redirection function.

Drawing routines skip all children of a widget derived from an occlusive class.
Rectangular widgets are opaque when filled. Opaque widgets don't damage widgets below them when they are modified (unless their size or position is modified).
Prevents the resources of a widget class from being indexed. This is necessary if the widget class only defines resources to override a superclass (i.e. the widget class doesn't define any new resources).



Interrupt handler No
Signal handler No
Thread No

See also:

PtWidgetClass(), PtWidgetFlags()

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