This variable holds a list of the directories in which X bitmap files
may be found. If
nil, this is initialized from the
‘"*bitmapFilePath"’ resource. This is used by the
make-image-instance function (however, note that if the
environment variable ‘XBMLANGPATH’ is set, it is consulted first).
This variable holds the search path used by
read-color to find
This function returns true if keysym names a keysym that the X library knows about. Valid keysyms are listed in the files /usr/include/X11/keysymdef.h and in /usr/lib/X11/XKeysymDB, or whatever the equivalents are on your system.
This function returns the ID of the X11 window. This gives us a chance to manipulate the SXEmacs window from within a different program. Since the ID is an unsigned long, we return it as a string.
nil, synthetic events are allowed.
they are ignored. Beware: allowing SXEmacs to process SendEvents opens a
big security hole.
With a true arg, make the connection to the X server synchronous. With
false, make it asynchronous. Synchronous connections are much slower,
but are useful for debugging. (If you get X errors, make the connection
synchronous, and use a debugger to set a breakpoint on
x_error_handler. Your backtrace of the C stack will now be
useful. In asynchronous mode, the stack above
isn’t helpful because of buffering.) If device is not specified,
the selected device is assumed.
Calling this function is the same as calling the C function
XSynchronize, or starting the program with the ‘-sync’
command line argument.
If non-zero, debug information about events that SXEmacs sees is displayed. Information is displayed on stderr. Currently defined values are: