— Fetches the values to be set from literals
stored in UID files
function is similar to XtSetValues
that the values to be set are defined by the UIL named values that are stored
in the UID hierarchy. MrmFetchSetValues
fetches the values to be set
from literals stored in UID files.
- Specifies the ID of the UID hierarchy that contains the specified literal.
The value of hierarchy_id was returned in a previous call to
- Specifies the widget that is modified.
- Specifies an argument list that identifies the widget arguments to be
modified as well as the index (UIL name) of the literal that defines the
value for that argument. The name part of each argument (
args[n].name) must begin with the string XmN followed by the
name that uniquely identifies this attribute tag. For example,
XmNwidth is the attribute name associated with the core argument
width. The value part ( args[n].value) must be a string that
gives the index (UIL name) of the literal. You must define all literals in
UIL as exported values.
- Specifies the number of entries in args.
This function sets the values on a widget, evaluating the values as public
literal resource references resolvable from a UID hierarchy. Each literal is
fetched from the hierarchy, and its value is modified and converted as
required. This value is then placed in the argument list and used as the
actual value for an XtSetValues
widget to be modified after creation using UID file values the same way
creation values are used in MrmFetchWidget
As in MrmFetchWidget
, each argument whose value can be evaluated from the
UID hierarchy is set in the widget. Values that are not found or values in
which conversion errors occur are not modified.
Each entry in the argument list identifies an argument to be modified in the
widget. The name part identifies the tag, which begins with XmN
value part must be a string whose value is the index of the literal. Thus, the
following code would modify the label resource of the widget to have the value
of the literal accessed by the index OK_button_label
in the hierarchy:
args[n].name = XmNlabel;
args[n].value = "OK_button_label";
This function returns one of the following status return constants:
- The function executed successfully.
- At least one literal was successfully fetched.
- The hierarchy ID was invalid.
- The function failed.