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    Move all X specific code into the x11/ directory. Aside from shuffling · e9b6bfcc
    Owen Taylor authored
    Mon Nov  8 14:47:04 1999  Owen Taylor  <otaylor@redhat.com>
    	Move all X specific code into the x11/ directory.
    	Aside from shuffling things around, did the following:
           * gdk/gdkprivate.h gdk/gdk.h gdk/x11/gdkmain-x11.h: Add
    	 gdk_arg_context_* - a simple argument parsing system
    	 in the style of popt.
           * gdk/gdkdrawable.[ch] gdk/gdkprivate.h gdk/gdkwindow.[ch]
    	 Remove X specific stuff from GdkDrawable and GdkWindowPrivate -
    	 add ->klass and ->klass_data fields. The klass_data
    	 field points to an auxilliary structure that is
    	 windowing system dependent.
           * gdk/gdkfont.c: Make most of the measurement functions
    	 simply wrappers around gdk_text_extents().
           * gdk/gdkfont.c gdk/gdkprivate.h gdk/x11/gdkfont-x11.c: Add a
    	 _gdk_font_strlen() function that hides the weird
    	 behavior in gtk+-1.[02] where a string is interpreted
    	 differently for 8-bit and 16-bit fonts.
           * gdk/gdkevents.c: Add a new function gdk_event_button_generate()
    	 to store common code for synthesizing double/triple
    	 press events.
           * gdk/gdkgc.[ch]: Virtualize in the same way as gdkdrawable.h.
    	 Make all the function that modify an existing GC
    	 simply wrappers around gdk_gc_set_values().
           * gdk/gdkcc.[ch]: Moved into x11/ directory in preparation
    	 for throwing out later.
           * gdk/gdkfont.c gdk/gdkimage.c gdk/gdkcolor.c: Change GdkFontPrivate,
    	 GdkImagePrivate and GdkColormapPrivate to have a
    	 windowing system dependent part (GdkFontPrivateX etc.)
    	 that "derives" from the system-independent part.
           * configure.in gdk/x11/Makefile.in gdk/x11/gdkinput*.c:
    	 Got rid of the included-source-files for XInput in
    	 favor of automake conditionals. (Which didn't exist
    	 when XInput support was originally added.)
           * gdk/gdkrgb.c: Remove the visual id from the debugging
    	 statements since that is X11 specific; print out
    	 type/depth info instead.