Copyright (C) 1992, Digital Equipment Corporation 
 All rights reserved. 
 See the file COPYRIGHT for a full description. 
 Last modified on Wed Jun  9 12:42:44 PDT 1993 by meehan 
      modified on Mon Jan  4 12:56:26 PST 1993 by mhb 
 modified on Fri Oct 16 10:21:13 PDT 1992 by steveg 
XTrestle checks for X-style ``-display'' and ``-geometry'' command-line switches and installs a top-level window accordingly. If your application install more than one top-level window, you may find the routines in the XParam interface helpful.


IMPORT TrestleComm, VBT;


PROCEDURE Install (v          : VBT.T;
                   applName   : TEXT    := NIL;
                   inst       : TEXT    := NIL;
                   windowTitle: TEXT    := NIL;
                   iconTitle  : TEXT    := NIL;
                   bgColorR   : REAL    := -1.0;
                   bgColorG   : REAL    := -1.0;
                   bgColorB   : REAL    := -1.0;
                   iconWindow : VBT.T   := NIL   )
  RAISES {TrestleComm.Failure, Error};
<* LL.sup = VBT.mu *>
This is like Trestle.Install except that the locking level is different and the command line is parsed for X-style -display and -geometry options.

END XTrestle.
The syntax of these switches is described in the X manpage and in {\it The X Window System\/} \cite{XWindowSystem}.

If there is a -display argument, it will be made the default Trestle connection for those procedures in the Trestle interface that take a Trestle.T as a parameter.

The TrestleComm.Failure exception is raised if a call to Trestle raises that exception. The Error exception is raised if the parameter following -display or -geometry contains any syntax errors (or is missing).