[Xr] Dealing with groups in Xr
otaylor at redhat.com
Thu Apr 24 09:08:34 PDT 2003
On Thu, 2003-04-24 at 10:32, Carl Worth wrote:
> On Apr 24, Owen Taylor wrote:
> > It strikes me that making the user worry about the bounding
> > box of primitives drawn onto the temporary group is wrong; if creating
> > larger empty pixmaps becomes a time or memory bottleneck, it can
> > certainly be optimized out, at the cost of a moderate amount
> > of complexity. (For instance, with a tiled representation of the
> > surface.)
> Good point. I think we're close to understanding what the three new
> functions should do now. And we just need the names...
> > Just as a thought, perhaps Enter/Leave is better than Push/Pop?
> > Push/Pop seems to indicate tat
> Owen, did you forget to finish this thought? I'm curious what you were
> going to say.
"... to indicate that there is a stack that is separate from the
> I'd at least like a name that suggests that the groups can be nested
> and I don't know if Enter/Leave does that for me, (though I'm not sure
> why). Maybe Begin/End?
Hmm, Enter/Leave seems very nesting-friendly to me - you go inside
one, you go inside another. But in the end, I don't have a strong
feeling between the alternatives I wouldn't put up a big fight
against any of Push/Pop, Enter/Leave, Begin/End.
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