wayland_server_zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t

a hold gesture object

Synopsis

#include <wayland-server-protocol-unstable.hpp>

Inherits wayland::server::resource_t.

Public Member Functions

std::function< void()> & on_destroy ()
destroy the hold gesture object
void begin (uint32_t serial, uint32_t time, surface_t const &surface, uint32_t fingers, bool post=true)
multi-finger hold begin
bool can_begin () const
Check whether the begin function is available with the currently bound version of the protocol.
void end (uint32_t serial, uint32_t time, int32_t cancelled, bool post=true)
multi-finger hold end
bool can_end () const
Check whether the end function is available with the currently bound version of the protocol.
bool proxy_has_object () const
Check whether this wrapper actually wraps an object.
void post_no_memory () const
uint32_t get_id () const
client_t get_client () const
unsigned int get_version () const
std::string get_class ()

Static Public Attributes

static constexpr std::uint32_t begin_since_version = 3
Minimum protocol version required for the begin function.
static constexpr std::uint32_t end_since_version = 3
Minimum protocol version required for the end function.

Detailed Description

a hold gesture object

A hold gesture object notifies a client about a single- or multi-finger hold gesture detected on an indirect input device such as a touchpad. The gesture is usually initiated by one or more fingers being held down without significant movement. The precise conditions of when such a gesture is detected are implementation-dependent.

In particular, this gesture may be used to cancel kinetic scrolling.

A hold gesture consists of two stages: begin and end. Unlike pinch and swipe there is no update stage. There cannot be multiple simultaneous hold, pinch or swipe gestures on a same pointer/seat, how compositors prevent these situations is implementation-dependent.

A gesture may be cancelled by the compositor or the hardware. Clients should not consider performing permanent or irreversible actions until the end of a gesture has been received.

Definition at line 3432 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.hpp.

Member Function Documentation

void zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t::begin (uint32_t serial, uint32_t time, surface_t const & surface, uint32_t fingers, bool post = true)

multi-finger hold begin

Parameters

serial
time timestamp with millisecond granularity
surface
fingers number of fingers

This event is sent when a hold gesture is detected on the device.

Definition at line 5727 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.cpp.

bool zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t::can_begin () const

Check whether the begin function is available with the currently bound version of the protocol.

Definition at line 5732 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.cpp.

bool zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t::can_end () const

Check whether the end function is available with the currently bound version of the protocol.

Definition at line 5742 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.cpp.

void zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t::end (uint32_t serial, uint32_t time, int32_t cancelled, bool post = true)

multi-finger hold end

Parameters

serial
time timestamp with millisecond granularity
cancelled 1 if the gesture was cancelled, 0 otherwise

This event is sent when a hold gesture ceases to be valid. This may happen when the holding fingers are lifted or the gesture is cancelled, for example if the fingers move past an implementation-defined threshold, the finger count changes or the hold gesture changes into a different type of gesture.

When a gesture is cancelled, the client may need to undo state changes caused by this gesture. What causes a gesture to be cancelled is implementation-dependent.

Definition at line 5737 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.cpp.

std::string wayland::server::resource_t::get_class () [inherited]

Retrieve the interface name (class) of a resource object.

Returns

Interface name of the resource object.

client_t wayland::server::resource_t::get_client () const [inherited]

Get the associated client

Returns

the client that owns the resource.

uint32_t wayland::server::resource_t::get_id () const [inherited]

Get the internal ID of the resource

Returns

the internal ID of the resource

unsigned int wayland::server::resource_t::get_version () const [inherited]

Get interface version

Returns

Interface version this resource has been constructed with.

std::function< void()> & zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t::on_destroy ()

destroy the hold gesture object

Definition at line 5721 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.cpp.

void wayland::server::resource_t::post_no_memory () const [inherited]

Post 'not enough memory' error to the client

If the compositor has not enough memory to fulfill a certail request of the client, this function can be called to notify the client of this circumstance.

bool wayland::server::resource_t::proxy_has_object () const [inherited]

Check whether this wrapper actually wraps an object.

Returns

true if there is an underlying object, false if this wrapper is empty

Member Data Documentation

constexpr std::uint32_t wayland::server::zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t::begin_since_version = 3 [static], [constexpr]

Minimum protocol version required for the begin function.

Definition at line 3476 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.hpp.

constexpr std::uint32_t wayland::server::zwp_pointer_gesture_hold_v1_t::end_since_version = 3 [static], [constexpr]

Minimum protocol version required for the end function.

Definition at line 3503 of file wayland-server-protocol-unstable.hpp.

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