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Conformance Statement

Product Standard: X Window System Application Interface V2

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1. X Window System Application Interface V2

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1.1 Functionality Provided

1.1.1 Standard Window Properties

Question 1: Does the toolkit automatically set standard window properties?

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1.1.2 Default GC Font Value

Question 2: What is the default GC font value?

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1.1.3 Event Handling Functions

Question 3: Does the toolkit use its own event handling functions which can not be interchanged with those in Xlib?

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1.2 Data Type Definitions

Question 4: What are the definitions of the implementation-defined data types?

Enter the implementation's definition for each of these opaque types.

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1.3 Types of Display

Question 5: Are local displays supported?

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Question 6: Are remote displays supported?

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1.4 Displays Using the X Protocol

Question 7: Can your implementation interface to displays using the X Protocol?

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The questions in the rest of this section apply only if the answer to Question 7 is YES.


1.4.1 X Protocol Version and Extensions

Question 8: What versions of the X Protocol does your implementation support?

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Question 9: What extensions to the X Protocol does your implementation support?

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1.4.2 Underlying Communications Mechanisms

What communications protocols does your server support beneath the X Protocol?

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Question 11: What inter-process communication mechanisms does your server support beneath the X Protocol?

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Question 12: How are communications mechanisms other than TCP/IP specified to the XOpenDisplay function?

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2. Appendix

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