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

XmSetProtocolHooks(library call)				 XmSetProtocolHooks(library call)

NAME
       XmSetProtocolHooks  -- A VendorShell function that allows preactions and postactions to be
       executed when a protocol message is received from MWM

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       #include <Xm/Protocols.h>
       void XmSetProtocolHooks(
       Widget shell,
       Atom property,
       Atom protocol,
       XtCallbackProc prehook,
       XtPointer pre_closure,
       XtCallbackProc posthook,
       XtPointer post_closure);

DESCRIPTION
       XmSetProtocolHooks is used by shells that want to have preactions and postactions executed
       when  a	protocol  message is received from MWM.  Since there is no guaranteed ordering in
       execution of event handlers or callback lists, this allows the shell to control	the  flow
       while leaving the protocol manager structures opaque.

       XmSetWMProtocolHooks  is  a  convenience  interface.  It calls XmSetProtocolHooks with the
       property value set to the atom returned by interning WM_PROTOCOLS.

       shell	 Specifies the widget with which the protocol property is associated

       property  Specifies the protocol property

       protocol  Specifies the protocol atom

       prehook	 Specifies the procedure to call before calling entries on  the  client  callback
		 list

       pre_closure
		 Specifies the client data to be passed to the prehook when it is invoked

       posthook  Specifies  the  procedure  to	call after calling entries on the client callback
		 list

       post_closure
		 Specifies the client data to be passed to the posthook when it is invoked

       For a complete definition of VendorShell and its associated resources, see VendorShell(3).

RELATED
       VendorShell(3), XmInternAtom(3), and XmSetWMProtocolHooks(3).

								 XmSetProtocolHooks(library call)


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