waffle_display_disconnect (3) - Linux Manuals

waffle_display_disconnect: class waffle_display


waffle_display, waffle_display_connect, waffle_display_disconnect, waffle_display_supports_context_api, waffle_display_get_native - class waffle_display


#include <waffle.h>

struct waffle_display;
struct waffle_display* waffle_display_connect(const char* name);
bool waffle_display_disconnect(struct waffle_display *self);
bool waffle_display_supports_context_api(struct waffle_display *self, int32_t context_api);
union waffle_native_display* waffle_display_get_native(struct waffle_display *self);


struct waffle_display

An opaque type.


Connect to a display. The interpretation of name differs according to the platform given to waffle_init(3).

On Android, CGL and WGL name is ignored.

On the X11 platforms, GLX and X11/EGL, the function connects to the X11 display with the given name. If name is null, then it uses the value of the environment variable DISPLAY.

On Wayland, the function connects to the Wayland display with the given name. If name is null, then it uses the value of the environment variable WAYLAND_DISPLAY.

On GBM, the function opens the device at the filepath name. If name is null, then it iterates using udev through the set of card devices in the drm subsystem, which are usually located in /dev/dri, and attempts to open each in turn with open(O_RDWR | O_CLOEXEC) until successful.


Disconnect from the waffle_display and release it's memory. All pointers to waffle objects that were created with the display become invalid.


Check if the display is capable of creating a waffle_context(3) with the given context_api. See waffle_config(3) for choices of context_api and expectations for each platform.


Get the display's underlying native objects. Use free(3) to deallocate the returned pointer. See waffle_native(3) for the definition of union waffle_native_display.


Functions whose return type is bool return true on success and false on failure. Functions whose return type is a pointer return NULL on failure. Use waffle_error_get_info(3) to get information about any errors.


See waffle_error(3) for the complete list of waffle's error codes.

No errors are specific to any of the waffle_display functions.


Please report bugs or and feature requests to m[blue]https://github.com/waffle-gl/waffle/issuesm[].


Chad Versace <chad.versace [at] linux.intel.com>



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