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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<protocol name="xdg_shell">
<copyright>
Copyright © 2008-2013 Kristian Høgsberg
Copyright © 2013 Rafael Antognolli
Copyright © 2013 Jasper St. Pierre
Copyright © 2010-2013 Intel Corporation
Copyright © 2015-2017 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd
Copyright © 2015-2017 Red Hat Inc.
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copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
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</copyright>
<interface name="xdg_wm_base" version="3">
<description summary="create desktop-style surfaces">
The xdg_wm_base interface is exposed as a global object enabling clients
to turn their wl_surfaces into windows in a desktop environment. It
defines the basic functionality needed for clients and the compositor to
create windows that can be dragged, resized, maximized, etc, as well as
creating transient windows such as popup menus.
</description>
<enum name="error">
<entry name="role" value="0" summary="given wl_surface has another role"/>
<entry name="defunct_surfaces" value="1"
summary="xdg_wm_base was destroyed before children"/>
<entry name="not_the_topmost_popup" value="2"
summary="the client tried to map or destroy a non-topmost popup"/>
<entry name="invalid_popup_parent" value="3"
summary="the client specified an invalid popup parent surface"/>
<entry name="invalid_surface_state" value="4"
summary="the client provided an invalid surface state"/>
<entry name="invalid_positioner" value="5"
summary="the client provided an invalid positioner"/>
</enum>
<request name="destroy" type="destructor">
<description summary="destroy xdg_wm_base">
Destroy this xdg_wm_base object.
Destroying a bound xdg_wm_base object while there are surfaces
still alive created by this xdg_wm_base object instance is illegal
and will result in a protocol error.
</description>
</request>
<request name="create_positioner">
<description summary="create a positioner object">
Create a positioner object. A positioner object is used to position
surfaces relative to some parent surface. See the interface description
and xdg_surface.get_popup for details.
</description>
<arg name="id" type="new_id" interface="xdg_positioner"/>
</request>
<request name="get_xdg_surface">
<description summary="create a shell surface from a surface">
This creates an xdg_surface for the given surface. While xdg_surface
itself is not a role, the corresponding surface may only be assigned
a role extending xdg_surface, such as xdg_toplevel or xdg_popup.
This creates an xdg_surface for the given surface. An xdg_surface is
used as basis to define a role to a given surface, such as xdg_toplevel
or xdg_popup. It also manages functionality shared between xdg_surface
based surface roles.
See the documentation of xdg_surface for more details about what an
xdg_surface is and how it is used.
</description>
<arg name="id" type="new_id" interface="xdg_surface"/>
<arg name="surface" type="object" interface="wl_surface"/>
</request>
<request name="pong">
<description summary="respond to a ping event">
A client must respond to a ping event with a pong request or
the client may be deemed unresponsive. See xdg_wm_base.ping.
</description>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="serial of the ping event"/>
</request>
<event name="ping">
<description summary="check if the client is alive">
The ping event asks the client if it's still alive. Pass the
serial specified in the event back to the compositor by sending
a "pong" request back with the specified serial. See xdg_wm_base.pong.
Compositors can use this to determine if the client is still
alive. It's unspecified what will happen if the client doesn't
respond to the ping request, or in what timeframe. Clients should
try to respond in a reasonable amount of time.
A compositor is free to ping in any way it wants, but a client must
always respond to any xdg_wm_base object it created.
</description>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="pass this to the pong request"/>
</event>
</interface>
<interface name="xdg_positioner" version="3">
<description summary="child surface positioner">
The xdg_positioner provides a collection of rules for the placement of a
child surface relative to a parent surface. Rules can be defined to ensure
the child surface remains within the visible area's borders, and to
specify how the child surface changes its position, such as sliding along
an axis, or flipping around a rectangle. These positioner-created rules are
constrained by the requirement that a child surface must intersect with or
be at least partially adjacent to its parent surface.
See the various requests for details about possible rules.
At the time of the request, the compositor makes a copy of the rules
specified by the xdg_positioner. Thus, after the request is complete the
xdg_positioner object can be destroyed or reused; further changes to the
object will have no effect on previous usages.
For an xdg_positioner object to be considered complete, it must have a
non-zero size set by set_size, and a non-zero anchor rectangle set by
set_anchor_rect. Passing an incomplete xdg_positioner object when
positioning a surface raises an error.
</description>
<enum name="error">
<entry name="invalid_input" value="0" summary="invalid input provided"/>
</enum>
<request name="destroy" type="destructor">
<description summary="destroy the xdg_positioner object">
Notify the compositor that the xdg_positioner will no longer be used.
</description>
</request>
<request name="set_size">
<description summary="set the size of the to-be positioned rectangle">
Set the size of the surface that is to be positioned with the positioner
object. The size is in surface-local coordinates and corresponds to the
window geometry. See xdg_surface.set_window_geometry.
If a zero or negative size is set the invalid_input error is raised.
</description>
<arg name="width" type="int" summary="width of positioned rectangle"/>
<arg name="height" type="int" summary="height of positioned rectangle"/>
</request>
<request name="set_anchor_rect">
<description summary="set the anchor rectangle within the parent surface">
Specify the anchor rectangle within the parent surface that the child
surface will be placed relative to. The rectangle is relative to the
window geometry as defined by xdg_surface.set_window_geometry of the
parent surface.
When the xdg_positioner object is used to position a child surface, the
anchor rectangle may not extend outside the window geometry of the
positioned child's parent surface.
If a negative size is set the invalid_input error is raised.
</description>
<arg name="x" type="int" summary="x position of anchor rectangle"/>
<arg name="y" type="int" summary="y position of anchor rectangle"/>
<arg name="width" type="int" summary="width of anchor rectangle"/>
<arg name="height" type="int" summary="height of anchor rectangle"/>
</request>
<enum name="anchor">
<entry name="none" value="0"/>
<entry name="top" value="1"/>
<entry name="bottom" value="2"/>
<entry name="left" value="3"/>
<entry name="right" value="4"/>
<entry name="top_left" value="5"/>
<entry name="bottom_left" value="6"/>
<entry name="top_right" value="7"/>
<entry name="bottom_right" value="8"/>
</enum>
<request name="set_anchor">
<description summary="set anchor rectangle anchor">
Defines the anchor point for the anchor rectangle. The specified anchor
is used derive an anchor point that the child surface will be
positioned relative to. If a corner anchor is set (e.g. 'top_left' or
'bottom_right'), the anchor point will be at the specified corner;
otherwise, the derived anchor point will be centered on the specified
edge, or in the center of the anchor rectangle if no edge is specified.
</description>
<arg name="anchor" type="uint" enum="anchor"
summary="anchor"/>
</request>
<enum name="gravity">
<entry name="none" value="0"/>
<entry name="top" value="1"/>
<entry name="bottom" value="2"/>
<entry name="left" value="3"/>
<entry name="right" value="4"/>
<entry name="top_left" value="5"/>
<entry name="bottom_left" value="6"/>
<entry name="top_right" value="7"/>
<entry name="bottom_right" value="8"/>
</enum>
<request name="set_gravity">
<description summary="set child surface gravity">
Defines in what direction a surface should be positioned, relative to
the anchor point of the parent surface. If a corner gravity is
specified (e.g. 'bottom_right' or 'top_left'), then the child surface
will be placed towards the specified gravity; otherwise, the child
surface will be centered over the anchor point on any axis that had no
gravity specified.
</description>
<arg name="gravity" type="uint" enum="gravity"
summary="gravity direction"/>
</request>
<enum name="constraint_adjustment" bitfield="true">
<description summary="constraint adjustments">
The constraint adjustment value define ways the compositor will adjust
the position of the surface, if the unadjusted position would result
in the surface being partly constrained.
Whether a surface is considered 'constrained' is left to the compositor
to determine. For example, the surface may be partly outside the
compositor's defined 'work area', thus necessitating the child surface's
position be adjusted until it is entirely inside the work area.
The adjustments can be combined, according to a defined precedence: 1)
Flip, 2) Slide, 3) Resize.
</description>
<entry name="none" value="0">
<description summary="don't move the child surface when constrained">
Don't alter the surface position even if it is constrained on some
axis, for example partially outside the edge of an output.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="slide_x" value="1">
<description summary="move along the x axis until unconstrained">
Slide the surface along the x axis until it is no longer constrained.
First try to slide towards the direction of the gravity on the x axis
until either the edge in the opposite direction of the gravity is
unconstrained or the edge in the direction of the gravity is
constrained.
Then try to slide towards the opposite direction of the gravity on the
x axis until either the edge in the direction of the gravity is
unconstrained or the edge in the opposite direction of the gravity is
constrained.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="slide_y" value="2">
<description summary="move along the y axis until unconstrained">
Slide the surface along the y axis until it is no longer constrained.
First try to slide towards the direction of the gravity on the y axis
until either the edge in the opposite direction of the gravity is
unconstrained or the edge in the direction of the gravity is
constrained.
Then try to slide towards the opposite direction of the gravity on the
y axis until either the edge in the direction of the gravity is
unconstrained or the edge in the opposite direction of the gravity is
constrained.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="flip_x" value="4">
<description summary="invert the anchor and gravity on the x axis">
Invert the anchor and gravity on the x axis if the surface is
constrained on the x axis. For example, if the left edge of the
surface is constrained, the gravity is 'left' and the anchor is
'left', change the gravity to 'right' and the anchor to 'right'.
If the adjusted position also ends up being constrained, the resulting
position of the flip_x adjustment will be the one before the
adjustment.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="flip_y" value="8">
<description summary="invert the anchor and gravity on the y axis">
Invert the anchor and gravity on the y axis if the surface is
constrained on the y axis. For example, if the bottom edge of the
surface is constrained, the gravity is 'bottom' and the anchor is
'bottom', change the gravity to 'top' and the anchor to 'top'.
The adjusted position is calculated given the original anchor
rectangle and offset, but with the new flipped anchor and gravity
values.
If the adjusted position also ends up being constrained, the resulting
position of the flip_y adjustment will be the one before the
adjustment.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="resize_x" value="16">
<description summary="horizontally resize the surface">
Resize the surface horizontally so that it is completely
unconstrained.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="resize_y" value="32">
<description summary="vertically resize the surface">
Resize the surface vertically so that it is completely unconstrained.
</description>
</entry>
</enum>
<request name="set_constraint_adjustment">
<description summary="set the adjustment to be done when constrained">
Specify how the window should be positioned if the originally intended
position caused the surface to be constrained, meaning at least
partially outside positioning boundaries set by the compositor. The
adjustment is set by constructing a bitmask describing the adjustment to
be made when the surface is constrained on that axis.
If no bit for one axis is set, the compositor will assume that the child
surface should not change its position on that axis when constrained.
If more than one bit for one axis is set, the order of how adjustments
are applied is specified in the corresponding adjustment descriptions.
The default adjustment is none.
</description>
<arg name="constraint_adjustment" type="uint"
summary="bit mask of constraint adjustments"/>
</request>
<request name="set_offset">
<description summary="set surface position offset">
Specify the surface position offset relative to the position of the
anchor on the anchor rectangle and the anchor on the surface. For
example if the anchor of the anchor rectangle is at (x, y), the surface
has the gravity bottom|right, and the offset is (ox, oy), the calculated
surface position will be (x + ox, y + oy). The offset position of the
surface is the one used for constraint testing. See
set_constraint_adjustment.
An example use case is placing a popup menu on top of a user interface
element, while aligning the user interface element of the parent surface
with some user interface element placed somewhere in the popup surface.
</description>
<arg name="x" type="int" summary="surface position x offset"/>
<arg name="y" type="int" summary="surface position y offset"/>
</request>
<!-- Version 3 additions -->
<request name="set_reactive" since="3">
<description summary="continuously reconstrain the surface">
When set reactive, the surface is reconstrained if the conditions used
for constraining changed, e.g. the parent window moved.
If the conditions changed and the popup was reconstrained, an
xdg_popup.configure event is sent with updated geometry, followed by an
xdg_surface.configure event.
</description>
</request>
<request name="set_parent_size" since="3">
<description summary="">
Set the parent window geometry the compositor should use when
positioning the popup. The compositor may use this information to
determine the future state the popup should be constrained using. If
this doesn't match the dimension of the parent the popup is eventually
positioned against, the behavior is undefined.
The arguments are given in the surface-local coordinate space.
</description>
<arg name="parent_width" type="int"
summary="future window geometry width of parent"/>
<arg name="parent_height" type="int"
summary="future window geometry height of parent"/>
</request>
<request name="set_parent_configure" since="3">
<description summary="set parent configure this is a response to">
Set the serial of an xdg_surface.configure event this positioner will be
used in response to. The compositor may use this information together
with set_parent_size to determine what future state the popup should be
constrained using.
</description>
<arg name="serial" type="uint"
summary="serial of parent configure event"/>
</request>
</interface>
<interface name="xdg_surface" version="3">
<description summary="desktop user interface surface base interface">
An interface that may be implemented by a wl_surface, for
implementations that provide a desktop-style user interface.
It provides a base set of functionality required to construct user
interface elements requiring management by the compositor, such as
toplevel windows, menus, etc. The types of functionality are split into
xdg_surface roles.
Creating an xdg_surface does not set the role for a wl_surface. In order
to map an xdg_surface, the client must create a role-specific object
using, e.g., get_toplevel, get_popup. The wl_surface for any given
xdg_surface can have at most one role, and may not be assigned any role
not based on xdg_surface.
A role must be assigned before any other requests are made to the
xdg_surface object.
The client must call wl_surface.commit on the corresponding wl_surface
for the xdg_surface state to take effect.
Creating an xdg_surface from a wl_surface which has a buffer attached or
committed is a client error, and any attempts by a client to attach or
manipulate a buffer prior to the first xdg_surface.configure call must
also be treated as errors.
After creating a role-specific object and setting it up, the client must
perform an initial commit without any buffer attached. The compositor
will reply with an xdg_surface.configure event. The client must
acknowledge it and is then allowed to attach a buffer to map the surface.
Mapping an xdg_surface-based role surface is defined as making it
possible for the surface to be shown by the compositor. Note that
a mapped surface is not guaranteed to be visible once it is mapped.
For an xdg_surface to be mapped by the compositor, the following
conditions must be met:
(1) the client has assigned an xdg_surface-based role to the surface
(2) the client has set and committed the xdg_surface state and the
role-dependent state to the surface
(3) the client has committed a buffer to the surface
A newly-unmapped surface is considered to have met condition (1) out
of the 3 required conditions for mapping a surface if its role surface
has not been destroyed.
</description>
<enum name="error">
<entry name="not_constructed" value="1"/>
<entry name="already_constructed" value="2"/>
<entry name="unconfigured_buffer" value="3"/>
</enum>
<request name="destroy" type="destructor">
<description summary="destroy the xdg_surface">
Destroy the xdg_surface object. An xdg_surface must only be destroyed
after its role object has been destroyed.
</description>
</request>
<request name="get_toplevel">
<description summary="assign the xdg_toplevel surface role">
This creates an xdg_toplevel object for the given xdg_surface and gives
the associated wl_surface the xdg_toplevel role.
See the documentation of xdg_toplevel for more details about what an
xdg_toplevel is and how it is used.
</description>
<arg name="id" type="new_id" interface="xdg_toplevel"/>
</request>
<request name="get_popup">
<description summary="assign the xdg_popup surface role">
This creates an xdg_popup object for the given xdg_surface and gives
the associated wl_surface the xdg_popup role.
If null is passed as a parent, a parent surface must be specified using
some other protocol, before committing the initial state.
See the documentation of xdg_popup for more details about what an
xdg_popup is and how it is used.
</description>
<arg name="id" type="new_id" interface="xdg_popup"/>
<arg name="parent" type="object" interface="xdg_surface" allow-null="true"/>
<arg name="positioner" type="object" interface="xdg_positioner"/>
</request>
<request name="set_window_geometry">
<description summary="set the new window geometry">
The window geometry of a surface is its "visible bounds" from the
user's perspective. Client-side decorations often have invisible
portions like drop-shadows which should be ignored for the
purposes of aligning, placing and constraining windows.
The window geometry is double buffered, and will be applied at the
time wl_surface.commit of the corresponding wl_surface is called.
When maintaining a position, the compositor should treat the (x, y)
coordinate of the window geometry as the top left corner of the window.
A client changing the (x, y) window geometry coordinate should in
general not alter the position of the window.
Once the window geometry of the surface is set, it is not possible to
unset it, and it will remain the same until set_window_geometry is
called again, even if a new subsurface or buffer is attached.
If never set, the value is the full bounds of the surface,
including any subsurfaces. This updates dynamically on every
commit. This unset is meant for extremely simple clients.
The arguments are given in the surface-local coordinate space of
the wl_surface associated with this xdg_surface.
The width and height must be greater than zero. Setting an invalid size
will raise an error. When applied, the effective window geometry will be
the set window geometry clamped to the bounding rectangle of the
combined geometry of the surface of the xdg_surface and the associated
subsurfaces.
</description>
<arg name="x" type="int"/>
<arg name="y" type="int"/>
<arg name="width" type="int"/>
<arg name="height" type="int"/>
</request>
<request name="ack_configure">
<description summary="ack a configure event">
When a configure event is received, if a client commits the
surface in response to the configure event, then the client
must make an ack_configure request sometime before the commit
request, passing along the serial of the configure event.
For instance, for toplevel surfaces the compositor might use this
information to move a surface to the top left only when the client has
drawn itself for the maximized or fullscreen state.
If the client receives multiple configure events before it
can respond to one, it only has to ack the last configure event.
A client is not required to commit immediately after sending
an ack_configure request - it may even ack_configure several times
before its next surface commit.
A client may send multiple ack_configure requests before committing, but
only the last request sent before a commit indicates which configure
event the client really is responding to.
</description>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="the serial from the configure event"/>
</request>
<event name="configure">
<description summary="suggest a surface change">
The configure event marks the end of a configure sequence. A configure
sequence is a set of one or more events configuring the state of the
xdg_surface, including the final xdg_surface.configure event.
Where applicable, xdg_surface surface roles will during a configure
sequence extend this event as a latched state sent as events before the
xdg_surface.configure event. Such events should be considered to make up
a set of atomically applied configuration states, where the
xdg_surface.configure commits the accumulated state.
Clients should arrange their surface for the new states, and then send
an ack_configure request with the serial sent in this configure event at
some point before committing the new surface.
If the client receives multiple configure events before it can respond
to one, it is free to discard all but the last event it received.
</description>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="serial of the configure event"/>
</event>
</interface>
<interface name="xdg_toplevel" version="3">
<description summary="toplevel surface">
This interface defines an xdg_surface role which allows a surface to,
among other things, set window-like properties such as maximize,
fullscreen, and minimize, set application-specific metadata like title and
id, and well as trigger user interactive operations such as interactive
resize and move.
Unmapping an xdg_toplevel means that the surface cannot be shown
by the compositor until it is explicitly mapped again.
All active operations (e.g., move, resize) are canceled and all
attributes (e.g. title, state, stacking, ...) are discarded for
an xdg_toplevel surface when it is unmapped. The xdg_toplevel returns to
the state it had right after xdg_surface.get_toplevel. The client
can re-map the toplevel by perfoming a commit without any buffer
attached, waiting for a configure event and handling it as usual (see
xdg_surface description).
Attaching a null buffer to a toplevel unmaps the surface.
</description>
<request name="destroy" type="destructor">
<description summary="destroy the xdg_toplevel">
This request destroys the role surface and unmaps the surface;
see "Unmapping" behavior in interface section for details.
</description>
</request>
<request name="set_parent">
<description summary="set the parent of this surface">
Set the "parent" of this surface. This surface should be stacked
above the parent surface and all other ancestor surfaces.
Parent windows should be set on dialogs, toolboxes, or other
"auxiliary" surfaces, so that the parent is raised when the dialog
is raised.
Setting a null parent for a child window removes any parent-child
relationship for the child. Setting a null parent for a window which
currently has no parent is a no-op.
If the parent is unmapped then its children are managed as
though the parent of the now-unmapped parent has become the
parent of this surface. If no parent exists for the now-unmapped
parent then the children are managed as though they have no
parent surface.
</description>
<arg name="parent" type="object" interface="xdg_toplevel" allow-null="true"/>
</request>
<request name="set_title">
<description summary="set surface title">
Set a short title for the surface.
This string may be used to identify the surface in a task bar,
window list, or other user interface elements provided by the
compositor.
The string must be encoded in UTF-8.
</description>
<arg name="title" type="string"/>
</request>
<request name="set_app_id">
<description summary="set application ID">
Set an application identifier for the surface.
The app ID identifies the general class of applications to which
the surface belongs. The compositor can use this to group multiple
surfaces together, or to determine how to launch a new application.
For D-Bus activatable applications, the app ID is used as the D-Bus
service name.
The compositor shell will try to group application surfaces together
by their app ID. As a best practice, it is suggested to select app
ID's that match the basename of the application's .desktop file.
For example, "org.freedesktop.FooViewer" where the .desktop file is
"org.freedesktop.FooViewer.desktop".
Like other properties, a set_app_id request can be sent after the
xdg_toplevel has been mapped to update the property.
See the desktop-entry specification [0] for more details on
application identifiers and how they relate to well-known D-Bus
names and .desktop files.
[0] http://standards.freedesktop.org/desktop-entry-spec/
</description>
<arg name="app_id" type="string"/>
</request>
<request name="show_window_menu">
<description summary="show the window menu">
Clients implementing client-side decorations might want to show
a context menu when right-clicking on the decorations, giving the
user a menu that they can use to maximize or minimize the window.
This request asks the compositor to pop up such a window menu at
the given position, relative to the local surface coordinates of
the parent surface. There are no guarantees as to what menu items
the window menu contains.
This request must be used in response to some sort of user action
like a button press, key press, or touch down event.
</description>
<arg name="seat" type="object" interface="wl_seat" summary="the wl_seat of the user event"/>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="the serial of the user event"/>
<arg name="x" type="int" summary="the x position to pop up the window menu at"/>
<arg name="y" type="int" summary="the y position to pop up the window menu at"/>
</request>
<request name="move">
<description summary="start an interactive move">
Start an interactive, user-driven move of the surface.
This request must be used in response to some sort of user action
like a button press, key press, or touch down event. The passed
serial is used to determine the type of interactive move (touch,
pointer, etc).
The server may ignore move requests depending on the state of
the surface (e.g. fullscreen or maximized), or if the passed serial
is no longer valid.
If triggered, the surface will lose the focus of the device
(wl_pointer, wl_touch, etc) used for the move. It is up to the
compositor to visually indicate that the move is taking place, such as
updating a pointer cursor, during the move. There is no guarantee
that the device focus will return when the move is completed.
</description>
<arg name="seat" type="object" interface="wl_seat" summary="the wl_seat of the user event"/>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="the serial of the user event"/>
</request>
<enum name="resize_edge">
<description summary="edge values for resizing">
These values are used to indicate which edge of a surface
is being dragged in a resize operation.
</description>
<entry name="none" value="0"/>
<entry name="top" value="1"/>
<entry name="bottom" value="2"/>
<entry name="left" value="4"/>
<entry name="top_left" value="5"/>
<entry name="bottom_left" value="6"/>
<entry name="right" value="8"/>
<entry name="top_right" value="9"/>
<entry name="bottom_right" value="10"/>
</enum>
<request name="resize">
<description summary="start an interactive resize">
Start a user-driven, interactive resize of the surface.
This request must be used in response to some sort of user action
like a button press, key press, or touch down event. The passed
serial is used to determine the type of interactive resize (touch,
pointer, etc).
The server may ignore resize requests depending on the state of
the surface (e.g. fullscreen or maximized).
If triggered, the client will receive configure events with the
"resize" state enum value and the expected sizes. See the "resize"
enum value for more details about what is required. The client
must also acknowledge configure events using "ack_configure". After
the resize is completed, the client will receive another "configure"
event without the resize state.
If triggered, the surface also will lose the focus of the device
(wl_pointer, wl_touch, etc) used for the resize. It is up to the
compositor to visually indicate that the resize is taking place,
such as updating a pointer cursor, during the resize. There is no
guarantee that the device focus will return when the resize is
completed.
The edges parameter specifies how the surface should be resized,
and is one of the values of the resize_edge enum. The compositor
may use this information to update the surface position for
example when dragging the top left corner. The compositor may also
use this information to adapt its behavior, e.g. choose an
appropriate cursor image.
</description>
<arg name="seat" type="object" interface="wl_seat" summary="the wl_seat of the user event"/>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="the serial of the user event"/>
<arg name="edges" type="uint" enum="resize_edge" summary="which edge or corner is being dragged"/>
</request>
<enum name="state">
<description summary="types of state on the surface">
The different state values used on the surface. This is designed for
state values like maximized, fullscreen. It is paired with the
configure event to ensure that both the client and the compositor
setting the state can be synchronized.
States set in this way are double-buffered. They will get applied on
the next commit.
</description>
<entry name="maximized" value="1" summary="the surface is maximized">
<description summary="the surface is maximized">
The surface is maximized. The window geometry specified in the configure
event must be obeyed by the client.
The client should draw without shadow or other
decoration outside of the window geometry.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="fullscreen" value="2" summary="the surface is fullscreen">
<description summary="the surface is fullscreen">
The surface is fullscreen. The window geometry specified in the
configure event is a maximum; the client cannot resize beyond it. For
a surface to cover the whole fullscreened area, the geometry
dimensions must be obeyed by the client. For more details, see
xdg_toplevel.set_fullscreen.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="resizing" value="3" summary="the surface is being resized">
<description summary="the surface is being resized">
The surface is being resized. The window geometry specified in the
configure event is a maximum; the client cannot resize beyond it.
Clients that have aspect ratio or cell sizing configuration can use
a smaller size, however.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="activated" value="4" summary="the surface is now activated">
<description summary="the surface is now activated">
Client window decorations should be painted as if the window is
active. Do not assume this means that the window actually has
keyboard or pointer focus.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="tiled_left" value="5" since="2">
<description summary="the surface is tiled">
The window is currently in a tiled layout and the left edge is
considered to be adjacent to another part of the tiling grid.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="tiled_right" value="6" since="2">
<description summary="the surface is tiled">
The window is currently in a tiled layout and the right edge is
considered to be adjacent to another part of the tiling grid.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="tiled_top" value="7" since="2">
<description summary="the surface is tiled">
The window is currently in a tiled layout and the top edge is
considered to be adjacent to another part of the tiling grid.
</description>
</entry>
<entry name="tiled_bottom" value="8" since="2">
<description summary="the surface is tiled">
The window is currently in a tiled layout and the bottom edge is
considered to be adjacent to another part of the tiling grid.
</description>
</entry>
</enum>
<request name="set_max_size">
<description summary="set the maximum size">
Set a maximum size for the window.
The client can specify a maximum size so that the compositor does
not try to configure the window beyond this size.
The width and height arguments are in window geometry coordinates.
See xdg_surface.set_window_geometry.
Values set in this way are double-buffered. They will get applied
on the next commit.
The compositor can use this information to allow or disallow
different states like maximize or fullscreen and draw accurate
animations.
Similarly, a tiling window manager may use this information to
place and resize client windows in a more effective way.
The client should not rely on the compositor to obey the maximum
size. The compositor may decide to ignore the values set by the
client and request a larger size.
If never set, or a value of zero in the request, means that the
client has no expected maximum size in the given dimension.
As a result, a client wishing to reset the maximum size
to an unspecified state can use zero for width and height in the
request.
Requesting a maximum size to be smaller than the minimum size of
a surface is illegal and will result in a protocol error.
The width and height must be greater than or equal to zero. Using
strictly negative values for width and height will result in a
protocol error.
</description>
<arg name="width" type="int"/>
<arg name="height" type="int"/>
</request>
<request name="set_min_size">
<description summary="set the minimum size">
Set a minimum size for the window.
The client can specify a minimum size so that the compositor does
not try to configure the window below this size.
The width and height arguments are in window geometry coordinates.
See xdg_surface.set_window_geometry.
Values set in this way are double-buffered. They will get applied
on the next commit.
The compositor can use this information to allow or disallow
different states like maximize or fullscreen and draw accurate
animations.
Similarly, a tiling window manager may use this information to
place and resize client windows in a more effective way.
The client should not rely on the compositor to obey the minimum
size. The compositor may decide to ignore the values set by the
client and request a smaller size.
If never set, or a value of zero in the request, means that the
client has no expected minimum size in the given dimension.
As a result, a client wishing to reset the minimum size
to an unspecified state can use zero for width and height in the
request.
Requesting a minimum size to be larger than the maximum size of
a surface is illegal and will result in a protocol error.
The width and height must be greater than or equal to zero. Using
strictly negative values for width and height will result in a
protocol error.
</description>
<arg name="width" type="int"/>
<arg name="height" type="int"/>
</request>
<request name="set_maximized">
<description summary="maximize the window">
Maximize the surface.
After requesting that the surface should be maximized, the compositor
will respond by emitting a configure event. Whether this configure
actually sets the window maximized is subject to compositor policies.
The client must then update its content, drawing in the configured
state. The client must also acknowledge the configure when committing
the new content (see ack_configure).
It is up to the compositor to decide how and where to maximize the
surface, for example which output and what region of the screen should
be used.
If the surface was already maximized, the compositor will still emit
a configure event with the "maximized" state.
If the surface is in a fullscreen state, this request has no direct
effect. It may alter the state the surface is returned to when
unmaximized unless overridden by the compositor.
</description>
</request>
<request name="unset_maximized">
<description summary="unmaximize the window">
Unmaximize the surface.
After requesting that the surface should be unmaximized, the compositor
will respond by emitting a configure event. Whether this actually
un-maximizes the window is subject to compositor policies.
If available and applicable, the compositor will include the window
geometry dimensions the window had prior to being maximized in the
configure event. The client must then update its content, drawing it in
the configured state. The client must also acknowledge the configure
when committing the new content (see ack_configure).
It is up to the compositor to position the surface after it was
unmaximized; usually the position the surface had before maximizing, if
applicable.
If the surface was already not maximized, the compositor will still
emit a configure event without the "maximized" state.
If the surface is in a fullscreen state, this request has no direct
effect. It may alter the state the surface is returned to when
unmaximized unless overridden by the compositor.
</description>
</request>
<request name="set_fullscreen">
<description summary="set the window as fullscreen on an output">
Make the surface fullscreen.
After requesting that the surface should be fullscreened, the
compositor will respond by emitting a configure event. Whether the
client is actually put into a fullscreen state is subject to compositor
policies. The client must also acknowledge the configure when
committing the new content (see ack_configure).
The output passed by the request indicates the client's preference as
to which display it should be set fullscreen on. If this value is NULL,
it's up to the compositor to choose which display will be used to map
this surface.
If the surface doesn't cover the whole output, the compositor will
position the surface in the center of the output and compensate with
with border fill covering the rest of the output. The content of the
border fill is undefined, but should be assumed to be in some way that
attempts to blend into the surrounding area (e.g. solid black).
If the fullscreened surface is not opaque, the compositor must make
sure that other screen content not part of the same surface tree (made
up of subsurfaces, popups or similarly coupled surfaces) are not
visible below the fullscreened surface.
</description>
<arg name="output" type="object" interface="wl_output" allow-null="true"/>
</request>
<request name="unset_fullscreen">
<description summary="unset the window as fullscreen">
Make the surface no longer fullscreen.
After requesting that the surface should be unfullscreened, the
compositor will respond by emitting a configure event.
Whether this actually removes the fullscreen state of the client is
subject to compositor policies.
Making a surface unfullscreen sets states for the surface based on the following:
* the state(s) it may have had before becoming fullscreen
* any state(s) decided by the compositor
* any state(s) requested by the client while the surface was fullscreen
The compositor may include the previous window geometry dimensions in
the configure event, if applicable.
The client must also acknowledge the configure when committing the new
content (see ack_configure).
</description>
</request>
<request name="set_minimized">
<description summary="set the window as minimized">
Request that the compositor minimize your surface. There is no
way to know if the surface is currently minimized, nor is there
any way to unset minimization on this surface.
If you are looking to throttle redrawing when minimized, please
instead use the wl_surface.frame event for this, as this will
also work with live previews on windows in Alt-Tab, Expose or
similar compositor features.
</description>
</request>
<event name="configure">
<description summary="suggest a surface change">
This configure event asks the client to resize its toplevel surface or
to change its state. The configured state should not be applied
immediately. See xdg_surface.configure for details.
The width and height arguments specify a hint to the window
about how its surface should be resized in window geometry
coordinates. See set_window_geometry.
If the width or height arguments are zero, it means the client
should decide its own window dimension. This may happen when the
compositor needs to configure the state of the surface but doesn't
have any information about any previous or expected dimension.
The states listed in the event specify how the width/height
arguments should be interpreted, and possibly how it should be
drawn.
Clients must send an ack_configure in response to this event. See
xdg_surface.configure and xdg_surface.ack_configure for details.
</description>
<arg name="width" type="int"/>
<arg name="height" type="int"/>
<arg name="states" type="array"/>
</event>
<event name="close">
<description summary="surface wants to be closed">
The close event is sent by the compositor when the user
wants the surface to be closed. This should be equivalent to
the user clicking the close button in client-side decorations,
if your application has any.
This is only a request that the user intends to close the
window. The client may choose to ignore this request, or show
a dialog to ask the user to save their data, etc.
</description>
</event>
</interface>
<interface name="xdg_popup" version="3">
<description summary="short-lived, popup surfaces for menus">
A popup surface is a short-lived, temporary surface. It can be used to
implement for example menus, popovers, tooltips and other similar user
interface concepts.
A popup can be made to take an explicit grab. See xdg_popup.grab for
details.
When the popup is dismissed, a popup_done event will be sent out, and at
the same time the surface will be unmapped. See the xdg_popup.popup_done
event for details.
Explicitly destroying the xdg_popup object will also dismiss the popup and
unmap the surface. Clients that want to dismiss the popup when another
surface of their own is clicked should dismiss the popup using the destroy
request.
A newly created xdg_popup will be stacked on top of all previously created
xdg_popup surfaces associated with the same xdg_toplevel.
The parent of an xdg_popup must be mapped (see the xdg_surface
description) before the xdg_popup itself.
The client must call wl_surface.commit on the corresponding wl_surface
for the xdg_popup state to take effect.
</description>
<enum name="error">
<entry name="invalid_grab" value="0"
summary="tried to grab after being mapped"/>
</enum>
<request name="destroy" type="destructor">
<description summary="remove xdg_popup interface">
This destroys the popup. Explicitly destroying the xdg_popup
object will also dismiss the popup, and unmap the surface.
If this xdg_popup is not the "topmost" popup, a protocol error
will be sent.
</description>
</request>
<request name="grab">
<description summary="make the popup take an explicit grab">
This request makes the created popup take an explicit grab. An explicit
grab will be dismissed when the user dismisses the popup, or when the
client destroys the xdg_popup. This can be done by the user clicking
outside the surface, using the keyboard, or even locking the screen
through closing the lid or a timeout.
If the compositor denies the grab, the popup will be immediately
dismissed.
This request must be used in response to some sort of user action like a
button press, key press, or touch down event. The serial number of the
event should be passed as 'serial'.
The parent of a grabbing popup must either be an xdg_toplevel surface or
another xdg_popup with an explicit grab. If the parent is another
xdg_popup it means that the popups are nested, with this popup now being
the topmost popup.
Nested popups must be destroyed in the reverse order they were created
in, e.g. the only popup you are allowed to destroy at all times is the
topmost one.
When compositors choose to dismiss a popup, they may dismiss every
nested grabbing popup as well. When a compositor dismisses popups, it
will follow the same dismissing order as required from the client.
The parent of a grabbing popup must either be another xdg_popup with an
active explicit grab, or an xdg_popup or xdg_toplevel, if there are no
explicit grabs already taken.
If the topmost grabbing popup is destroyed, the grab will be returned to
the parent of the popup, if that parent previously had an explicit grab.
If the parent is a grabbing popup which has already been dismissed, this
popup will be immediately dismissed. If the parent is a popup that did
not take an explicit grab, an error will be raised.
During a popup grab, the client owning the grab will receive pointer
and touch events for all their surfaces as normal (similar to an
"owner-events" grab in X11 parlance), while the top most grabbing popup
will always have keyboard focus.
</description>
<arg name="seat" type="object" interface="wl_seat"
summary="the wl_seat of the user event"/>
<arg name="serial" type="uint" summary="the serial of the user event"/>
</request>
<event name="configure">
<description summary="configure the popup surface">
This event asks the popup surface to configure itself given the
configuration. The configured state should not be applied immediately.
See xdg_surface.configure for details.
The x and y arguments represent the position the popup was placed at
given the xdg_positioner rule, relative to the upper left corner of the
window geometry of the parent surface.
For version 2 or older, the configure event for an xdg_popup is only
ever sent once for the initial configuration. Starting with version 3,
it may be sent again if the popup is setup with an xdg_positioner with
set_reactive requested, or in response to xdg_popup.reposition requests.
</description>
<arg name="x" type="int"
summary="x position relative to parent surface window geometry"/>
<arg name="y" type="int"
summary="y position relative to parent surface window geometry"/>
<arg name="width" type="int" summary="window geometry width"/>
<arg name="height" type="int" summary="window geometry height"/>
</event>
<event name="popup_done">
<description summary="popup interaction is done">
The popup_done event is sent out when a popup is dismissed by the
compositor. The client should destroy the xdg_popup object at this
point.
</description>
</event>
<!-- Version 3 additions -->
<request name="reposition" since="3">
<description summary="recalculate the popup's location">
Reposition an already-mapped popup. The popup will be placed given the
details in the passed xdg_positioner object, and a
xdg_popup.repositioned followed by xdg_popup.configure and
xdg_surface.configure will be emitted in response. Any parameters set
by the previous positioner will be discarded.
The passed token will be sent in the corresponding
xdg_popup.repositioned event. The new popup position will not take
effect until the corresponding configure event is acknowledged by the
client. See xdg_popup.repositioned for details. The token itself is
opaque, and has no other special meaning.
If multiple reposition requests are sent, the compositor may skip all
but the last one.
If the popup is repositioned in response to a configure event for its
parent, the client should send an xdg_positioner.set_parent_configure
and possibly an xdg_positioner.set_parent_size request to allow the
compositor to properly constrain the popup.
If the popup is repositioned together with a parent that is being
resized, but not in response to a configure event, the client should
send an xdg_positioner.set_parent_size request.
</description>
<arg name="positioner" type="object" interface="xdg_positioner"/>
<arg name="token" type="uint" summary="reposition request token"/>
</request>
<event name="repositioned" since="3">
<description summary="signal the completion of a repositioned request">
The repositioned event is sent as part of a popup configuration
sequence, together with xdg_popup.configure and lastly
xdg_surface.configure to notify the completion of a reposition request.
The repositioned event is to notify about the completion of a
xdg_popup.reposition request. The token argument is the token passed
in the xdg_popup.reposition request.
Immediately after this event is emitted, xdg_popup.configure and
xdg_surface.configure will be sent with the updated size and position,
as well as a new configure serial.
The client should optionally update the content of the popup, but must
acknowledge the new popup configuration for the new position to take
effect. See xdg_surface.ack_configure for details.
</description>
<arg name="token" type="uint" summary="reposition request token"/>
</event>
</interface>
</protocol>