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X11R7.4 - man page for xtappsetfallbackresources (x11r4 section 3)

XtAppSetFallbackResources(3)		   XT FUNCTIONS 	     XtAppSetFallbackResources(3)

NAME
       XtAppSetFallbackResources - set fallback resources

SYNTAX
       void XtAppSetFallbackResources(XtAppContext app_context, String* specification_list);

ARGUMENTS
       app_context
		 Specifies the application context.

       specification_list
		 Specifies a NULL-terminated list of resource specifications to pre-load the
		 database, or NULL.

DESCRIPTION
       Each entry in specification_list points to a string in the format XrmPutLineResource.
       following a call to XtAppSetFallbackResources, when a resource database is being created
       for a particular screen and the Intrinsics are not able to find or read an application-
       specific class resource file and if specification_list is not NULL the resource specifica-
       tion in specification_list will be merged into the screen resource database in place of
       the application-specific class resource file.  XtAppSetFallbackResources is not required
       to copy specification_list; the caller must ensure that the contents of the list and the
       strings addressed by the list remain valid until all displays are initialized or until
       XtAppSetFallbackResources is called again. The value NULL for specification_list removes
       any previous fallback resource specification for the application context.  The intended
       use for fallback resources is to provide a minimal number of resources that will make the
       application usable (or at least terminate with helpful diagnostic messages) when some
       problem exists in finding and loading the application defaults file.

SEE ALSO
       X Toolkit Intrinsics - C Language Interface
       Xlib - C Language X Interface

X Version 11				   libXt 1.0.5		     XtAppSetFallbackResources(3)


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