|User Interface: X Window System Display|
|Document Number: X98UD|
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X Window System Display
This Product Standard provides user interface display services (as a server) for multiple client applications on a network of processors. It employs the X Protocol and is aligned with X11 Release 4 and X11 Release 5 of the X Window System.
Products conforming to the X Window System Display Product Standard shall be able to process font names that follow the conventions defined in the X Window System File Formats and Application Conventions Specification1, Chapters 8 to 11, X Logical Font Description (XLFD).
Products conforming to the X Window System Display Product Standard Definition may optionally support the import of fonts generated externally in the format specified in the X Window System File Formats and Application Conventions Specification, Chapter 13, Bitmap Distribution Format (BDF).
Protocols and services as specified in the X Window System Protocol Specification2, requirements on servers.
X Window System File Formats and Application Conventions Specification, Chapters 2 to 7, Inter-client Communications Conventions Manual (ICCCM).
Support for X Protocol over TCP/IP is mandatory.
Support for other transport protocols may be declared in the Conformance Statement.
A Test Report from a currently authorized release of the VSW5 or VSW5 Lite Test Suite. The test must be performed via an Xlib implementation in a test environment that contains an X Window System Display and an Xlib implementation. The X Protocol driving the display during the test must be carried over an external TCP/IP connection.
Upwards-compatible from XPG3.
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