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xcb_query_text_extents(3) [centos man page]

xcb_query_text_extents(3)					   XCB Requests 					 xcb_query_text_extents(3)

xcb_query_text_extents - get text extents SYNOPSIS
#include <xcb/xproto.h> Request function xcb_query_text_extents_cookie_t xcb_query_text_extents(xcb_connection_t *conn, xcb_fontable_t font, uint32_t string_len, const xcb_char2b_t *string); Reply datastructure typedef struct xcb_query_text_extents_reply_t { uint8_t response_type; uint8_t draw_direction; uint16_t sequence; uint32_t length; int16_t font_ascent; int16_t font_descent; int16_t overall_ascent; int16_t overall_descent; int32_t overall_width; int32_t overall_left; int32_t overall_right; } xcb_query_text_extents_reply_t; Reply function xcb_query_text_extents_reply_t *xcb_query_text_extents_reply(xcb_connection_t *conn, xcb_query_text_extents_cookie_t cookie, xcb_generic_error_t **e); REQUEST ARGUMENTS
conn The XCB connection to X11. font The font to calculate text extents in. You can also pass a graphics context. string_len The number of characters in string. string The text to get text extents for. REPLY FIELDS
response_type The type of this reply, in this case XCB_QUERY_TEXT_EXTENTS. This field is also present in the xcb_generic_reply_t and can be used to tell replies apart from each other. sequence The sequence number of the last request processed by the X11 server. length The length of the reply, in words (a word is 4 bytes). draw_direction One of the following values: XCB_FONT_DRAW_LEFT_TO_RIGHT TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. XCB_FONT_DRAW_RIGHT_TO_LEFT TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. font_ascent TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. font_descent TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. overall_ascent TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. overall_descent TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. overall_width TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. overall_left TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. overall_right TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED. DESCRIPTION
Query text extents from the X11 server. This request returns the bounding box of the specified 16-bit character string in the specified font or the font contained in the specified graphics context. font_ascent is set to the maximum of the ascent metrics of all characters in the string. font_descent is set to the maximum of the descent metrics. overall_width is set to the sum of the character-width metrics of all characters in the string. For each character in the string, let W be the sum of the character-width metrics of all characters preceding it in the string. Let L be the left-side-bearing metric of the character plus W. Let R be the right-side-bearing metric of the character plus W. The lbearing member is set to the minimum L of all char- acters in the string. The rbearing member is set to the maximum R. For fonts defined with linear indexing rather than 2-byte matrix indexing, each xcb_char2b_t structure is interpreted as a 16-bit number with byte1 as the most significant byte. If the font has no defined default character, undefined characters in the string are taken to have all zero metrics. Characters with all zero metrics are ignored. If the font has no defined default_char, the undefined characters in the string are also ig- nored. RETURN VALUE
Returns an xcb_query_text_extents_cookie_t. Errors have to be handled when calling the reply function xcb_query_text_extents_reply. If you want to handle errors in the event loop instead, use xcb_query_text_extents_unchecked. See xcb-requests(3) for details. ERRORS
xcb_font_error_t The specified font does not exist. xcb_gc_error_t The specified graphics context does not exist. SEE ALSO
xcb-requests(3) AUTHOR
Generated from xproto.xml. Contact for corrections and improvements. XCB
2014-06-10 xcb_query_text_extents(3)
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