Paul Foley <email@example.com> wrote:
| Rob Warnock wrote:
| > Or perhaps was your pop-up window covered when you did the DRAW-POLYGON
| > call? Remember, Pascal's example is *very* simple code, and does not
| > contain an exposure event handler...
| > [Then drag another window across part of your nice polygon, and
| > watch it get erased... ;-} ...until you call DRAW-POLYGON again.]
| A simple solution to that problem is just to add :BACKING-STORE T to
| the CREATE-WINDOW call.
First, "T" doesn't appear to be a valid argument to :BACKING-STORE,
at least, not with the CLX that comes with CMUCL-19a:
(:BACKING-STORE (MEMBER NIL :NOT-USEFUL :WHEN-MAPPED :ALWAYS))
(:BACKING-PLANES (OR NULL (UNSIGNED-BYTE 32)))
(:BACKING-PIXEL (OR NULL (UNSIGNED-BYTE 32)))
(:SAVE-UNDER (MEMBER NIL :ON :OFF))
Next, I tried both ":BACKING-STORE :WHEN-MAPPED" and ":BACKING-STORE :ALWAYS"
and neither helped. Does something more need to be done with :BACKING-PLANES
and/or :BACKING-PIXEL and/or :SAVE-UNDER?
Note: AFAIK, an X Server is *NOT* required to honor :BACKING-STORE,
and most won't if they can't do it cheaply.
Anyway, the real solution is an XLIB:EVENT-CASE loop with an :EXPOSURE
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