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Re: [NSEvent isARepeat]


From: Stephane Goujet
Subject: Re: [NSEvent isARepeat]
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 18:34:41 +0300 (EEST)

On Fri, 28 Apr 2006, Stephane Goujet wrote:

> > I'm no expert on this though ... you may get better advice.
>   Maybe the easiest, in my case, is to simply turn off X Window auto
> repeat.
>   And perhaps a way to make isARepeat work would be to also turn off X
> Window auto repeat and generate repeats inside GNUstep. But maybe it would
> turn off the repeat for all application running on X at the same time,
> which is a bad idea.

  I now try to do, in the NSApplication delegate :
-------------------
@interface AppDel:NSObject{
        XKeyboardState external_kbs_;
}
@end
@implementation AppDel
-(void)applicationWillBecomeActive:(id)notif {
        (void) notif;
        NSLog(@"In applicationWillBecomeActive *****\n");

        XGetKeyboardControl(X_display, &external_kbs_);
        XAutoRepeatOff(X_display);
}
-(void)applicationWillResignActive:(id)notif {
        (void) notif;
        NSLog(@"In applicationWillResignActive *****\n");

        if(external_kbs_.global_auto_repeat==AutoRepeatModeOn) {
                XAutoRepeatOn(X_display);
        }
}
@end
-------------------

  But how can I set my X_display ?
  I thought it could be got from  [[NSApp context] graphicsPort] but it
segfaulted. It was NULL.
  And when I look in gui/Source/NSGraphicsContext.m, it seems that it will
be so very often :-) :
- (void *)graphicsPort
{
  return NULL;
}

  So what is the proper way to get a pointer to the X display ?

Goodbye and good WE,
                     St├ęphane.






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