Motif 2.1 migration from Motif 1.2


 
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Old 05-11-2011
Motif 2.1 migration from Motif 1.2

An application was getting built using Motif 1.2 that used come along Solaris 6 OS for compiling and linking. Application is run using Motif 2.1 on Solaris 10 and it is working fine.

Application compilation and linking is working fine on Solaris 10 with Motif 2.1.0 but running the application gives segmentation fault, core dump. Even though, there are some apis that are deprecated from Motif 1.2 to Motif 2.1, still the compilation and linking is working fine but runtime.

After analyzing the core dump file, it is found that while loading libXrender.so.1 file, crash occurs.

Please let me know if you have any pointers on the same.
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QXtWidget - Allows mixing of Xt/Motif and Qt widgets SYNOPSIS
This class is part of the Qt Motif Extension. #include <qxtwidget.h> Inherits QWidget. Public Members QXtWidget ( const char * name, Widget parent, bool managed = FALSE ) QXtWidget ( const char * name, WidgetClass widget_class, QWidget * parent = 0, ArgList args = 0, Cardinal num_args = 0, bool managed = FALSE ) ~QXtWidget () Widget xtWidget () const bool isActiveWindow () const virtual void setActiveWindow () Protected Members virtual bool x11Event ( XEvent * e ) DESCRIPTION
This class is defined in the Qt Motif Extension, which can be found in the qt/extensions directory. It is not included in the main Qt API. The QXtWidget class allows mixing of Xt/Motif and Qt widgets. NOTE: This widget comes from the previous Xt/Motif extension. This class is unsupported and has many known problems. It is provided only for projects moving to the new Motif extension. Do not use it new code. QXtWidget acts as a bridge between Xt and Qt. For utilizing old Xt widgets, it can be a QWidget based on a Xt widget class. For including Qt widgets in an existing Xt/Motif application, it can be a special Xt widget class that is a QWidget. See the constructors for the different behaviors. MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QXtWidget::QXtWidget ( const char * name, Widget parent, bool managed = FALSE ) Constructs a QXtWidget of the special Xt widget class known as" QWidget" to the resource manager. Use this constructor to utilize Qt widgets in an Xt/Motif application. The QXtWidget is a QWidget, so you can create subwidgets, layouts, etc. using Qt functionality. The name is the object name passed to the QWidget constructor. The widget's parent is parent. If the managed parameter is TRUE and parent in not null, XtManageChild it used to manage the child. QXtWidget::QXtWidget ( const char * name, WidgetClass widget_class, QWidget * parent = 0, ArgList args = 0, Cardinal num_args = 0, bool managed = FALSE ) Constructs a QXtWidget of the given widget_class called name. Use this constructor to utilize Xt or Motif widgets in a Qt application. The QXtWidget looks and behaves like the Xt class, but can be used like any QWidget. Note that Xt requires that the most top level Xt widget is a shell. This means, if parent is a QXtWidget, the widget_class can be of any kind. If there isn't a parent or the parent is just a normal QWidget, widget_class should be something like topLevelShellWidgetClass. The arguments, args, num_args are passed on to XtCreateWidget. If the managed parameter is TRUE and parent in not null, XtManageChild it used to manage the child. QXtWidget::~QXtWidget () Destructs the QXtWidget. bool QXtWidget::isActiveWindow () const Different from QWidget::isActiveWindow() void QXtWidget::setActiveWindow () [virtual] Implement a degree of focus handling for Xt widgets. Reimplemented from QWidget. bool QXtWidget::x11Event ( XEvent * e ) [virtual protected] Reimplemented to produce the Xt effect of getting focus when the mouse enters the widget. The event is passed in e. This function is under development and is subject to change. Reimplemented from QWidget. Widget QXtWidget::xtWidget () const Returns the Xt widget equivalent for the Qt widget. SEE ALSO
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