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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for xminstallimage (redhat section 3)

XmInstallImage(library call)					     XmInstallImage(library call)

NAME
       XmInstallImage -- A pixmap caching function that adds an image to the image cache

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       Boolean XmInstallImage(
       XImage * image,
       char * image_name);

DESCRIPTION
       XmInstallImage  stores  an  image  in  an image cache that can later be used to generate a
       pixmap.	Part of the installation process is to extend the resource converter used to ref-
       erence  these images. The resource converter is given the image name so that the image can
       be referenced in a .Xdefaults file.  Since an image can be referenced by a widget  through
       its  pixmap  resources,	it is up to the application to ensure that the image is installed
       before the widget is created.

       image	 Points to the image structure to be installed.  The  installation  process  does
		 not  make  a  local  copy  of	the  image. Therefore, the application should not
		 destroy the image until it is uninstalled from the caching functions.

       image_name
		 Specifies a string that the application uses to name the image. After	installa-
		 tion,	this  name  can  be used in .Xdefaults for referencing the image. A local
		 copy of the name is created by the image caching functions.

       The image caching functions provide a set of eight preinstalled images.	These  names  can
       be  used  within  a .Xdefaults file for generating pixmaps for the resource for which they
       are provided.

       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |Image Name     | Description			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |background     | A tile of solid background	  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |25_foreground  | A tile of  25%  foreground,  75% |
       |	       | background			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |50_foreground  | A  tile  of  50% foreground, 50% |
       |	       | background			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |75_foreground  | A tile of  75%  foreground,  25% |
       |	       | background			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |horizontal     | A  tile  of  horizontal lines of |
       |	       | the two colors 		  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |vertical       | A tile of vertical lines of  the |
       |	       | two colors			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |slant_right    | A  tile of slanting lines of the |
       |	       | two colors			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |slant_left     | A tile of slanting lines of  the |
       |	       | two colors			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |menu_cascade   | A  tile of an arrow of the fore- |
       |	       | ground color			  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |menu_checkmark | A tile of  a  checkmark  of  the |
       |	       | foreground color		  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       |menu_dash      | A tile of one horizontal line of |
       |	       | the foreground color		  |
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
       +---------------+----------------------------------+
RETURN
       Returns True when successful; returns False if NULL image, NULL image_name,  or	duplicate
       image_name is used as a parameter value.

RELATED
       XmUninstallImage(3), XmGetPixmap(3), and XmDestroyPixmap(3).

								     XmInstallImage(library call)


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