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SYNOPSIS

#include <agar/core.h>
#include <agar/gui.h>

DESCRIPTION

The AG_Socket widget is a place holder for one or more drag-and-droppable AG_Icon(3) widgets (or subclasses of it). AG_Socket also provides a boolean state binding and a numerical count binding.

INHERITANCE HIERARCHY

AG_Object(3)-> AG_Widget(3)-> AG_Socket.

INITIALIZATION


AG_Socket * AG_SocketNew (AG_Widget *parent, Uint flags)

AG_Socket * AG_SocketFromSurface (AG_Widget *parent, Uint flags, AG_Surface *s)

AG_Socket * AG_SocketFromBMP (AG_Widget *parent, Uint flags, const char *file)

void AG_SocketInsertFn (AG_Socket *socket, int (*fn)(AG_Socket *, AG_Icon *))

void AG_SocketRemoveFn (AG_Socket *socket, void (*fn)(AG_Socket *, AG_Icon *))

void AG_SocketOverlayFn (AG_Socket *socket, AG_EventFn fn, const char *fmt, ...)

void AG_SocketSetPadding (AG_Socket *socket, int left, int right, int top, int bottom)

void AG_SocketBgRect (AG_Socket *socket, Uint width, Uint height)

void AG_SocketBgCircle (AG_Socket *socket, Uint radius)

void AG_SocketBgPixmap (AG_Socket *socket, AG_Surface *s)

void AG_SocketBgPixmapNODUP (AG_Socket *socket, AG_Surface *s)


The AG_SocketNew() function allocates, initializes, and attaches a new AG_Socket widget. The AG_SocketFromSurface() and AG_SocketFromBMP() variants also set a background image for the socket, typically used to show the type of icons that can be drag-and-dropped onto the socket. Acceptable flags include:
AG_SOCKET_STICKY_STATEMouse click should toggle the boolean state.
AG_SOCKET_HFILLExpand horizontally in parent (equivalent to invoking AG_ExpandHoriz(3)).
AG_SOCKET_VFILLExpand vertically in parent (equivalent to invoking AG_ExpandVert(3)).
AG_SOCKET_EXPANDShorthand for AG_SOCKET_HFILL|AG_SOCKET_VFILL.

The AG_SocketInsertFn() function configures a callback routine fn() that will be invoked whenever the user tries to drop an icon onto the socket. A pointer to the socket and the icon being dropped will be passed to that function. Typically, this routine will use AG_SocketInsertIcon() to assign the icon to the socket. If fn() returns 1, the drag-and-drop item will be destroyed.

The AG_SocketRemoveFn() function registers a callback routine that will be invoked before an icon is removed from a socket.

The AG_SocketOverlayFn() registers a routine that will be invoked in rendering context to draw items on top of the socket (and any contained icons).

The AG_SocketSetPadding() function sets the padding around the socket's icon area in pixels.

AG_SocketBgRect() configures the socket to use a rectangular shape of the given dimensions in pixels.

AG_SocketBgCircle() arranges for the socket to use a circular shape of the given radius in pixels.

AG_SocketBgPixmap() uses the given surface as background image. The AG_SocketBgPixmapNODUP() variant prevents the surface from being copied.

EVENTS

The AG_Socket widget generates the following events:
socket-mouseoverlap (int state)
Cursor has moved inside or outside socket area.
socket-click (int state)
User has clicked on the socket area.

BINDINGS

The AG_Socket widget provides the following bindings.
BOOL *state A generic boolean state associated with the socket.
INT *count A generic "count" associated with the socket. Typically used when the socket contains a stack of items.

EXAMPLES

See tests/sockets.c in the Agar source distribution.

STRUCTURE DATA

For the AG_Socket object:
AG_Icon *icon Icon in socket or NULL (read-only).

SEE ALSO

AG_Button(3), AG_Intro(3), AG_Pixmap(3), AG_Surface(3), AG_Widget(3), AG_Window(3)

HISTORY

The AG_Socket widget first appeared in Agar 1.0.

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