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vtkTDxQtUnixDevices Class Reference

Manage a list vtkTDXUnixDevice(s). More...

#include <vtkTDxQtUnixDevices.h>

Inherits QObject.


void CreateDevice (vtkTDxDevice *device)
 This signal should be connected to a slot in the QApplication. More...

Public Member Functions

 vtkTDxQtUnixDevices ()
 ~vtkTDxQtUnixDevices ()
void ProcessEvent (vtkTDxUnixDeviceXEvent *e)
 Process X11 event ‘e’. More...

Protected Attributes

vtkTDxQtUnixDevicesPrivate * Private

Detailed Description

Manage a list vtkTDXUnixDevice(s).

This class is essentially a map between a X11 window id and a vtkTDXUnixDevice. It is uses internally by QVTKApplication.

See also
vtkTDxUnixDevice QVTKOpenGLNativeWidget QVTKApplication

Definition at line 36 of file vtkTDxQtUnixDevices.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ vtkTDxQtUnixDevices()

vtkTDxQtUnixDevices::vtkTDxQtUnixDevices ( )

◆ ~vtkTDxQtUnixDevices()

vtkTDxQtUnixDevices::~vtkTDxQtUnixDevices ( )

Member Function Documentation

◆ ProcessEvent()

void vtkTDxQtUnixDevices::ProcessEvent ( vtkTDxUnixDeviceXEvent *  e)

Process X11 event ‘e’.

Create a device and emit signal CreateDevice if it does not exist yet.

e_exists: e!=0

◆ CreateDevice

void vtkTDxQtUnixDevices::CreateDevice ( vtkTDxDevice *  device)

This signal should be connected to a slot in the QApplication.

The slot in the QApplication is supposed to remit this signal. The QVTKOpenGLNativeWidget have slot to receive this signal from the QApplication.

Member Data Documentation

◆ Private

vtkTDxQtUnixDevicesPrivate* vtkTDxQtUnixDevices::Private

Definition at line 59 of file vtkTDxQtUnixDevices.h.

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: