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NAME

       tickit_window_flush - invoke pending events on the window hierarchy

SYNOPSIS

       #include <tickit.h>

       void tickit_window_flush(TickitWindow *win);

       Link with -ltickit.

DEPRECATED

       This  function  is  deprecated and should not be used in new programs. Instead, obtain the
       root window from the toplevel Tickit instance by calling  tickit_get_rootwin(3),  and  its
       pending  events  will  automatically  be  managed  by  the toplevel instance tickit_run(3)
       function.

DESCRIPTION

       tickit_window_flush() causes any pending activity in the window hierarchy to be performed.
       First it makes any window ordering changes that have been queued by tickit_window_raise(3)
       and tickit_window_lower(3), then fires any TICKIT_EV_EXPOSE events to render newly-exposed
       areas,  before  finally  resetting  the terminal cursor to the state required by whichever
       window has input focus. This function must be invoked on the root window instance.

       An application  working  at  the  window  level  would  typically  use  this  function  in
       conjunction with input even waiting, to drive the main loop of the core logic. Such a loop
       may look like:

         while(1) {
           tickit_window_flush(rootwin);
           tickit_term_input_wait_msec(term, -1);
         }

       There is no adverse effect of calling this function when here are no pending events on the
       window  instance.  An  application that makes use of multiple root windows across multiple
       terminal instances in a multi-head setup can safely invoke it on all the root  windows  at
       once.

RETURN VALUE

       tickit_window_flush() returns no value.

SEE ALSO

       tickit_window_new(3),         tickit_window_expose(3),        tickit_window_bind_event(3),
       tickit_window(7), tickit(7)

                                                                           TICKIT_WINDOW_FLUSH(3)