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NAME

       "Tickit::Event" - event information structures

DESCRIPTION

       When event handlers bound to Tickit::Term or Tickit::Window instances are invoked they
       receive an object instance to contain information about the event. Details of the event
       can be accessed as via accessor methods on these instances.

ACCESSORS

       The following methods are shared between "Tickit::Event::Key" and "Tickit::Event::Mouse"
       instances.

   mod_is_alt
   mod_is_ctrl
   mod_is_shift
       Convenient shortcuts to tests on the "mod" bitmask to test if each of the modifiers is
       set.

Tickit::Event::Expose

   rb
       The Tickit::RenderBuffer instance containing the buffer for this redraw cycle.

   rect
       A Tickit::Rect instance containing the region of the window that needs repainting.

Tickit::Event::Focus

   type
       This accessor has two forms of operation.

       The new behaviour is that it returns a dualvar giving the focus event type as an integer
       or a string event name ("in" or "out"). This behaviour is selected if the method is
       invoked with any true value as an argument.

       The legacy behaviour is that it returns a simple boolean giving the focus direction; 1 for
       in, 0 for out. This legacy behaviour will be removed in a later version.

   win
       The child Tickit::Window instance for child-focus notify events.

Tickit::Event::Key

   type
       A dualvar giving the key event type as an integer or string event name ("text" or "key").

   str
       A string containing the key event string.

   mod
       An integer bitmask indicating the modifier state.

Tickit::Event::Mouse

   type
       A dualvar giving the mouse event type as an integer or string event name ("press", "drag",
       "release" or "wheel").

   button
       An integer for non-wheel events or a dualvar for wheel events giving the wheel direction
       ("up" or "down").

   line
   col
       Integers giving the mouse position.

   mod
       An integer bitmask indicating the modifier state.

Tickit::Event::Resize

   lines
   cols
       Integers giving the new size.

AUTHOR

       Paul Evans <leonerd@leonerd.org.uk>