Xlib and Xinerama: Ints vs. Shorts?
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This is my first post to this list, so pardon any breach of protocol: but I was rather curious about something and this seemed like the only place where someone might actually know the answer. Why is it that in Xlib.h, the x,y,width,height members are always declared as ints, but in Xinerama.h (in XineramaScreenInfo, specifically) they ended up being shorts? Naively, it would seem strange that Xinerama heads would be restricted to a dimension that could be considerably smaller than that allowed for the actual display. -- frigidcode.com theologia.indicium.us
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