Change to the linux kernel coding style
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1 /*
2 * Window Maker window manager
3 *
4 * Copyright (c) 1997-2003 Alfredo K. Kojima
5 * Copyright (c) 1998-2003 Dan Pascu
6 *
7 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
8 * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
9 * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
10 * (at your option) any later version.
11 *
12 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
13 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
14 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
15 * GNU General Public License for more details.
16 *
17 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
18 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
19 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307,
20 * USA.
21 */
23 #include "wconfig.h"
25 #include <stdio.h>
26 #include <stdlib.h>
27 #include <unistd.h>
28 #include <string.h>
29 #include <errno.h>
30 #include <signal.h>
31 #include <sys/wait.h>
32 #ifdef __FreeBSD__
33 #include <sys/signal.h>
34 #endif
36 #include <X11/Xlib.h>
37 #include <X11/Xresource.h>
38 #include <X11/Xutil.h>
39 #include <X11/cursorfont.h>
40 #include <X11/Xproto.h>
41 #include <X11/keysym.h>
42 #ifdef SHAPE
43 #include <X11/extensions/shape.h>
44 #endif
46 #include "WindowMaker.h"
47 #include "GNUstep.h"
48 #include "texture.h"
49 #include "screen.h"
50 #include "window.h"
51 #include "actions.h"
52 #include "client.h"
53 #include "funcs.h"
54 #include "dock.h"
55 #include "workspace.h"
56 #include "keybind.h"
57 #include "framewin.h"
58 #include "session.h"
59 #include "defaults.h"
60 #include "properties.h"
61 #include "dialog.h"
62 #include "wmspec.h"
63 #ifdef XDND
64 #include "xdnd.h"
65 #endif
67 #include "xutil.h"
69 #if 0
70 #ifdef SYS_SIGLIST_DECLARED
71 extern const char *const sys_siglist[];
72 #endif
73 #endif
75 /* for SunOS */
76 #ifndef SA_RESTART
77 # define SA_RESTART 0
78 #endif
80 /* Just in case, for weirdo systems */
81 #ifndef SA_NODEFER
82 # define SA_NODEFER 0
83 #endif
85 /****** Global Variables ******/
87 extern WPreferences wPreferences;
89 extern WDDomain *WDWindowMaker;
90 extern WDDomain *WDRootMenu;
91 extern WDDomain *WDWindowAttributes;
93 extern WShortKey wKeyBindings[WKBD_LAST];
95 extern int wScreenCount;
97 #ifdef SHAPE
98 extern Bool wShapeSupported;
99 extern int wShapeEventBase;
100 #endif
102 #ifdef KEEP_XKB_LOCK_STATUS
103 extern Bool wXkbSupported;
104 extern int wXkbEventBase;
105 #endif
107 /* contexts */
108 extern XContext wWinContext;
109 extern XContext wAppWinContext;
110 extern XContext wStackContext;
111 extern XContext wVEdgeContext;
113 /* atoms */
114 extern Atom _XA_WM_STATE;
115 extern Atom _XA_WM_CHANGE_STATE;
116 extern Atom _XA_WM_PROTOCOLS;
117 extern Atom _XA_WM_TAKE_FOCUS;
118 extern Atom _XA_WM_DELETE_WINDOW;
119 extern Atom _XA_WM_SAVE_YOURSELF;
120 extern Atom _XA_WM_CLIENT_LEADER;
121 extern Atom _XA_WM_COLORMAP_WINDOWS;
122 extern Atom _XA_WM_COLORMAP_NOTIFY;
124 extern Atom _XA_GNUSTEP_WM_ATTR;
126 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_MENU;
127 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_WM_PROTOCOLS;
128 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_STATE;
129 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_WM_FUNCTION;
130 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_NOTICEBOARD;
131 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_COMMAND;
132 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_ICON_SIZE;
133 extern Atom _XA_WINDOWMAKER_ICON_TILE;
135 extern Atom _XA_GNUSTEP_WM_MINIATURIZE_WINDOW;
136 extern Atom _XA_GNUSTEP_TITLEBAR_STATE;
138 /* cursors */
139 extern Cursor wCursor[WCUR_LAST];
141 /* special flags */
142 /*extern char WDelayedActionSet;*/
144 /***** Local *****/
146 static WScreen **wScreen = NULL;
148 static unsigned int _NumLockMask = 0;
149 static unsigned int _ScrollLockMask = 0;
151 static void manageAllWindows(WScreen * scr, int crashed);
153 extern void NotifyDeadProcess(pid_t pid, unsigned char status);
155 static int catchXError(Display * dpy, XErrorEvent * error)
157 char buffer[MAXLINE];
159 /* ignore some errors */
160 if (error->resourceid != None
161 && ((error->error_code == BadDrawable && error->request_code == X_GetGeometry)
162 || (error->error_code == BadMatch && (error->request_code == X_SetInputFocus))
163 || (error->error_code == BadWindow)
164 /*
165 && (error->request_code == X_GetWindowAttributes
166 || error->request_code == X_SetInputFocus
167 || error->request_code == X_ChangeWindowAttributes
168 || error->request_code == X_GetProperty
169 || error->request_code == X_ChangeProperty
170 || error->request_code == X_QueryTree
171 || error->request_code == X_GrabButton
172 || error->request_code == X_UngrabButton
173 || error->request_code == X_SendEvent
174 || error->request_code == X_ConfigureWindow))
175 */
176 || (error->request_code == X_InstallColormap))) {
177 #ifndef DEBUG
179 return 0;
180 #else
181 printf("got X error %x %x %x\n", error->request_code,
182 error->error_code, (unsigned)error->resourceid);
183 return 0;
184 #endif
186 FormatXError(dpy, error, buffer, MAXLINE);
187 wwarning(_("internal X error: %s\n"), buffer);
188 return -1;
191 /*
192 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
193 * handleXIO-
194 * Handle X shutdowns and other stuff.
195 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
196 */
197 static int handleXIO(Display * xio_dpy)
199 dpy = NULL;
200 Exit(0);
201 return 0;
204 /*
205 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
206 * delayedAction-
207 * Action to be executed after the signal() handler is exited.
208 * This was called every 500ms to 'clean up' signals. Not used now.
209 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
210 */
211 #ifdef notused
212 static void delayedAction(void *cdata)
214 if (WDelayedActionSet == 0) {
215 return;
217 WDelayedActionSet--;
218 /*
219 * Make the event dispatcher do whatever it needs to do,
220 * including handling zombie processes, restart and exit
221 * signals.
222 */
223 DispatchEvent(NULL);
225 #endif
227 /*
228 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
229 * handleExitSig--
230 * User generated exit signal handler.
231 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
232 */
233 static RETSIGTYPE handleExitSig(int sig)
235 sigset_t sigs;
237 sigfillset(&sigs);
238 sigprocmask(SIG_BLOCK, &sigs, NULL);
240 if (sig == SIGUSR1) {
241 #ifdef SYS_SIGLIST_DECLARED
242 wwarning("got signal %i (%s) - restarting\n", sig, sys_siglist[sig]);
243 #else
244 wwarning("got signal %i - restarting\n", sig);
245 #endif
247 SIG_WCHANGE_STATE(WSTATE_NEED_RESTART);
249 } else if (sig == SIGUSR2) {
250 #ifdef SYS_SIGLIST_DECLARED
251 wwarning("got signal %i (%s) - rereading defaults\n", sig, sys_siglist[sig]);
252 #else
253 wwarning("got signal %i - rereading defaults\n", sig);
254 #endif
256 SIG_WCHANGE_STATE(WSTATE_NEED_REREAD);
258 } else if (sig == SIGTERM || sig == SIGINT || sig == SIGHUP) {
259 #ifdef SYS_SIGLIST_DECLARED
260 wwarning("got signal %i (%s) - exiting...\n", sig, sys_siglist[sig]);
261 #else
262 wwarning("got signal %i - exiting...\n", sig);
263 #endif
265 SIG_WCHANGE_STATE(WSTATE_NEED_EXIT);
269 sigprocmask(SIG_UNBLOCK, &sigs, NULL);
270 DispatchEvent(NULL); /* Dispatch events imediately. */
273 /* Dummy signal handler */
274 static void dummyHandler(int sig)
278 /*
279 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
280 * handleSig--
281 * general signal handler. Exits the program gently.
282 *----------------------------------------------------------------------
283 */
284 static RETSIGTYPE handleSig(int sig)
286 #ifdef SYS_SIGLIST_DECLARED
287 wfatal("got signal %i (%s)\n", sig, sys_siglist[sig]);
288 #else
289 wfatal("got signal %i\n", sig);
290 #endif
292 /* Setting the signal behaviour back to default and then reraising the
293 * signal is a cleaner way to make program exit and core dump than calling
294 * abort(), since it correctly returns from the signal handler and sets
295 * the flags accordingly. -Dan
296 */
297 if (sig == SIGSEGV || sig == SIGFPE || sig == SIGBUS || sig == SIGILL || sig == SIGABRT) {
298 signal(sig, SIG_DFL);
299 kill(getpid(), sig);
300 return;
303 wAbort(0);
306 static RETSIGTYPE buryChild(int foo)
308 pid_t pid;
309 int status;
310 int save_errno = errno;
311 sigset_t sigs;
313 sigfillset(&sigs);
314 /* Block signals so that NotifyDeadProcess() doesn't get fux0red */
315 sigprocmask(SIG_BLOCK, &sigs, NULL);
317 /* R.I.P. */
318 /* If 2 or more kids exit in a small time window, before this handler gets
319 * the chance to get invoked, the SIGCHLD signals will be merged and only
320 * one SIGCHLD signal will be sent to us. We use a while loop to get all
321 * exited child status because we can't count on the number of SIGCHLD
322 * signals to know exactly how many kids have exited. -Dan
323 */
324 while ((pid = waitpid(-1, &status, WNOHANG)) > 0 || (pid < 0 && errno == EINTR)) {
325 NotifyDeadProcess(pid, WEXITSTATUS(status));
328 sigprocmask(SIG_UNBLOCK, &sigs, NULL);
330 errno = save_errno;
333 static void getOffendingModifiers()
335 int i;
336 XModifierKeymap *modmap;
337 KeyCode nlock, slock;
338 static int mask_table[8] = {
339 ShiftMask, LockMask, ControlMask, Mod1Mask,
340 Mod2Mask, Mod3Mask, Mod4Mask, Mod5Mask
341 };
343 nlock = XKeysymToKeycode(dpy, XK_Num_Lock);
344 slock = XKeysymToKeycode(dpy, XK_Scroll_Lock);
346 /*
347 * Find out the masks for the NumLock and ScrollLock modifiers,
348 * so that we can bind the grabs for when they are enabled too.
349 */
350 modmap = XGetModifierMapping(dpy);
352 if (modmap != NULL && modmap->max_keypermod > 0) {
353 for (i = 0; i < 8 * modmap->max_keypermod; i++) {
354 if (modmap->modifiermap[i] == nlock && nlock != 0)
355 _NumLockMask = mask_table[i / modmap->max_keypermod];
356 else if (modmap->modifiermap[i] == slock && slock != 0)
357 _ScrollLockMask = mask_table[i / modmap->max_keypermod];
361 if (modmap)
362 XFreeModifiermap(modmap);
365 #ifdef NUMLOCK_HACK
366 void
367 wHackedGrabKey(int keycode, unsigned int modifiers,
368 Window grab_window, Bool owner_events, int pointer_mode, int keyboard_mode)
370 if (modifiers == AnyModifier)
371 return;
373 /* grab all combinations of the modifier with CapsLock, NumLock and
374 * ScrollLock. How much memory/CPU does such a monstrosity consume
375 * in the server?
376 */
377 if (_NumLockMask)
378 XGrabKey(dpy, keycode, modifiers | _NumLockMask,
379 grab_window, owner_events, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode);
380 if (_ScrollLockMask)
381 XGrabKey(dpy, keycode, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask,
382 grab_window, owner_events, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode);
383 if (_NumLockMask && _ScrollLockMask)
384 XGrabKey(dpy, keycode, modifiers | _NumLockMask | _ScrollLockMask,
385 grab_window, owner_events, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode);
386 if (_NumLockMask)
387 XGrabKey(dpy, keycode, modifiers | _NumLockMask | LockMask,
388 grab_window, owner_events, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode);
389 if (_ScrollLockMask)
390 XGrabKey(dpy, keycode, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask | LockMask,
391 grab_window, owner_events, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode);
392 if (_NumLockMask && _ScrollLockMask)
393 XGrabKey(dpy, keycode, modifiers | _NumLockMask | _ScrollLockMask | LockMask,
394 grab_window, owner_events, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode);
395 /* phew, I guess that's all, right? */
397 #endif
399 void
400 wHackedGrabButton(unsigned int button, unsigned int modifiers,
401 Window grab_window, Bool owner_events,
402 unsigned int event_mask, int pointer_mode, int keyboard_mode, Window confine_to, Cursor cursor)
404 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers, grab_window, owner_events,
405 event_mask, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
407 if (modifiers == AnyModifier)
408 return;
410 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | LockMask, grab_window, owner_events,
411 event_mask, pointer_mode, keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
413 #ifdef NUMLOCK_HACK
414 /* same as above, but for mouse buttons */
415 if (_NumLockMask)
416 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _NumLockMask,
417 grab_window, owner_events, event_mask, pointer_mode,
418 keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
419 if (_ScrollLockMask)
420 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask,
421 grab_window, owner_events, event_mask, pointer_mode,
422 keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
423 if (_NumLockMask && _ScrollLockMask)
424 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask | _NumLockMask,
425 grab_window, owner_events, event_mask, pointer_mode,
426 keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
427 if (_NumLockMask)
428 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _NumLockMask | LockMask,
429 grab_window, owner_events, event_mask, pointer_mode,
430 keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
431 if (_ScrollLockMask)
432 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask | LockMask,
433 grab_window, owner_events, event_mask, pointer_mode,
434 keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
435 if (_NumLockMask && _ScrollLockMask)
436 XGrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask | _NumLockMask | LockMask,
437 grab_window, owner_events, event_mask, pointer_mode,
438 keyboard_mode, confine_to, cursor);
439 #endif /* NUMLOCK_HACK */
442 #ifdef notused
443 void wHackedUngrabButton(unsigned int button, unsigned int modifiers, Window grab_window)
445 XUngrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _NumLockMask, grab_window);
446 XUngrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask, grab_window);
447 XUngrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _NumLockMask | _ScrollLockMask, grab_window);
448 XUngrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _NumLockMask | LockMask, grab_window);
449 XUngrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _ScrollLockMask | LockMask, grab_window);
450 XUngrabButton(dpy, button, modifiers | _NumLockMask | _ScrollLockMask | LockMask, grab_window);
452 #endif
454 WScreen *wScreenWithNumber(int i)
456 assert(i < wScreenCount);
458 return wScreen[i];
461 WScreen *wScreenForRootWindow(Window window)
463 int i;
465 if (wScreenCount == 1)
466 return wScreen[0];
468 /*
469 * Since the number of heads will probably be small (normally 2),
470 * it should be faster to use this than a hash table, because
471 * of the overhead.
472 */
473 for (i = 0; i < wScreenCount; i++) {
474 if (wScreen[i]->root_win == window) {
475 return wScreen[i];
479 return wScreenForWindow(window);
482 WScreen *wScreenSearchForRootWindow(Window window)
484 int i;
486 if (wScreenCount == 1)
487 return wScreen[0];
489 /*
490 * Since the number of heads will probably be small (normally 2),
491 * it should be faster to use this than a hash table, because
492 * of the overhead.
493 */
494 for (i = 0; i < wScreenCount; i++) {
495 if (wScreen[i]->root_win == window) {
496 return wScreen[i];
500 return wScreenForWindow(window);
503 WScreen *wScreenForWindow(Window window)
505 XWindowAttributes attr;
507 if (wScreenCount == 1)
508 return wScreen[0];
510 if (XGetWindowAttributes(dpy, window, &attr)) {
511 return wScreenForRootWindow(attr.root);
513 return NULL;
516 static char *atomNames[] = {
517 "WM_STATE",
518 "WM_CHANGE_STATE",
519 "WM_PROTOCOLS",
520 "WM_TAKE_FOCUS",
521 "WM_DELETE_WINDOW",
522 "WM_SAVE_YOURSELF",
523 "WM_CLIENT_LEADER",
524 "WM_COLORMAP_WINDOWS",
525 "WM_COLORMAP_NOTIFY",
527 "_WINDOWMAKER_MENU",
528 "_WINDOWMAKER_STATE",
529 "_WINDOWMAKER_WM_PROTOCOLS",
530 "_WINDOWMAKER_WM_FUNCTION",
531 "_WINDOWMAKER_NOTICEBOARD",
532 "_WINDOWMAKER_COMMAND",
533 "_WINDOWMAKER_ICON_SIZE",
534 "_WINDOWMAKER_ICON_TILE",
536 GNUSTEP_WM_ATTR_NAME,
537 GNUSTEP_WM_MINIATURIZE_WINDOW,
538 GNUSTEP_TITLEBAR_STATE
539 };
541 /*
542 *----------------------------------------------------------
543 * StartUp--
544 * starts the window manager and setup global data.
545 * Called from main() at startup.
547 * Side effects:
548 * global data declared in main.c is initialized
549 *----------------------------------------------------------
550 */
551 void StartUp(Bool defaultScreenOnly)
553 struct sigaction sig_action;
554 int j, max;
555 Atom atom[sizeof(atomNames) / sizeof(char *)];
557 /*
558 * Ignore CapsLock in modifiers
559 */
560 ValidModMask = 0xff & ~LockMask;
562 getOffendingModifiers();
563 /*
564 * Ignore NumLock and ScrollLock too
565 */
566 ValidModMask &= ~(_NumLockMask | _ScrollLockMask);
568 memset(&wKeyBindings, 0, sizeof(wKeyBindings));
570 wWinContext = XUniqueContext();
571 wAppWinContext = XUniqueContext();
572 wStackContext = XUniqueContext();
573 wVEdgeContext = XUniqueContext();
575 /* _XA_VERSION = XInternAtom(dpy, "VERSION", False); */
577 #ifdef HAVE_XINTERNATOMS
578 XInternAtoms(dpy, atomNames, sizeof(atomNames) / sizeof(char *), False, atom);
579 #else
582 int i;
583 for (i = 0; i < sizeof(atomNames) / sizeof(char *); i++) {
584 atom[i] = XInternAtom(dpy, atomNames[i], False);
587 #endif
589 _XA_WM_STATE = atom[0];
590 _XA_WM_CHANGE_STATE = atom[1];
591 _XA_WM_PROTOCOLS = atom[2];
592 _XA_WM_TAKE_FOCUS = atom[3];
593 _XA_WM_DELETE_WINDOW = atom[4];
594 _XA_WM_SAVE_YOURSELF = atom[5];
595 _XA_WM_CLIENT_LEADER = atom[6];
596 _XA_WM_COLORMAP_WINDOWS = atom[7];
597 _XA_WM_COLORMAP_NOTIFY = atom[8];
599 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_MENU = atom[9];
600 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_STATE = atom[10];
601 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_WM_PROTOCOLS = atom[11];
602 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_WM_FUNCTION = atom[12];
603 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_NOTICEBOARD = atom[13];
604 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_COMMAND = atom[14];
605 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_ICON_SIZE = atom[15];
606 _XA_WINDOWMAKER_ICON_TILE = atom[16];
608 _XA_GNUSTEP_WM_ATTR = atom[17];
609 _XA_GNUSTEP_WM_MINIATURIZE_WINDOW = atom[18];
610 _XA_GNUSTEP_TITLEBAR_STATE = atom[19];
612 #ifdef XDND
613 wXDNDInitializeAtoms();
614 #endif
616 /* cursors */
617 wCursor[WCUR_NORMAL] = None; /* inherit from root */
618 wCursor[WCUR_ROOT] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_left_ptr);
619 wCursor[WCUR_ARROW] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_top_left_arrow);
620 wCursor[WCUR_MOVE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_fleur);
621 wCursor[WCUR_RESIZE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_sizing);
622 wCursor[WCUR_TOPLEFTRESIZE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_top_left_corner);
623 wCursor[WCUR_TOPRIGHTRESIZE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_top_right_corner);
624 wCursor[WCUR_BOTTOMLEFTRESIZE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_bottom_left_corner);
625 wCursor[WCUR_BOTTOMRIGHTRESIZE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_bottom_right_corner);
626 wCursor[WCUR_VERTICALRESIZE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_sb_v_double_arrow);
627 wCursor[WCUR_HORIZONRESIZE] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_sb_h_double_arrow);
628 wCursor[WCUR_WAIT] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_watch);
629 wCursor[WCUR_QUESTION] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_question_arrow);
630 wCursor[WCUR_TEXT] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_xterm); /* odd name??? */
631 wCursor[WCUR_SELECT] = XCreateFontCursor(dpy, XC_cross);
633 Pixmap cur = XCreatePixmap(dpy, DefaultRootWindow(dpy), 16, 16, 1);
634 GC gc = XCreateGC(dpy, cur, 0, NULL);
635 XColor black;
636 memset(&black, 0, sizeof(XColor));
637 XSetForeground(dpy, gc, 0);
638 XFillRectangle(dpy, cur, gc, 0, 0, 16, 16);
639 XFreeGC(dpy, gc);
640 wCursor[WCUR_EMPTY] = XCreatePixmapCursor(dpy, cur, cur, &black, &black, 0, 0);
641 XFreePixmap(dpy, cur);
644 /* emergency exit... */
645 sig_action.sa_handler = handleSig;
646 sigemptyset(&sig_action.sa_mask);
648 sig_action.sa_flags = SA_RESTART;
649 sigaction(SIGQUIT, &sig_action, NULL);
650 /* instead of catching these, we let the default handler abort the
651 * program. The new monitor process will take appropriate action
652 * when it detects the crash.
653 sigaction(SIGSEGV, &sig_action, NULL);
654 sigaction(SIGBUS, &sig_action, NULL);
655 sigaction(SIGFPE, &sig_action, NULL);
656 sigaction(SIGABRT, &sig_action, NULL);
657 */
659 sig_action.sa_handler = handleExitSig;
661 /* Here we set SA_RESTART for safety, because SIGUSR1 may not be handled
662 * immediately. -Dan */
663 sig_action.sa_flags = SA_RESTART;
664 sigaction(SIGTERM, &sig_action, NULL);
665 sigaction(SIGINT, &sig_action, NULL);
666 sigaction(SIGHUP, &sig_action, NULL);
667 sigaction(SIGUSR1, &sig_action, NULL);
668 sigaction(SIGUSR2, &sig_action, NULL);
670 /* ignore dead pipe */
671 /* Because POSIX mandates that only signal with handlers are reset
672 * accross an exec*(), we do not want to propagate ignoring SIGPIPEs
673 * to children. Hence the dummy handler.
674 * Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
675 */
676 sig_action.sa_handler = &dummyHandler;
677 sig_action.sa_flags = SA_RESTART;
678 sigaction(SIGPIPE, &sig_action, NULL);
680 /* handle dead children */
681 sig_action.sa_handler = buryChild;
682 sig_action.sa_flags = SA_NOCLDSTOP | SA_RESTART;
683 sigaction(SIGCHLD, &sig_action, NULL);
685 /* Now we unblock all signals, that may have been blocked by the parent
686 * who exec()-ed us. This can happen for example if Window Maker crashes
687 * and restarts itself or another window manager from the signal handler.
688 * In this case, the new proccess inherits the blocked signal mask and
689 * will no longer react to that signal, until unblocked.
690 * This is because the signal handler of the proccess who crashed (parent)
691 * didn't return, and the signal remained blocked. -Dan
692 */
693 sigfillset(&sig_action.sa_mask);
694 sigprocmask(SIG_UNBLOCK, &sig_action.sa_mask, NULL);
696 /* handle X shutdowns a such */
697 XSetIOErrorHandler(handleXIO);
699 /* set hook for out event dispatcher in WINGs event dispatcher */
700 WMHookEventHandler(DispatchEvent);
702 /* initialize defaults stuff */
703 WDWindowMaker = wDefaultsInitDomain("WindowMaker", True);
704 if (!WDWindowMaker->dictionary) {
705 wwarning(_("could not read domain \"%s\" from defaults database"), "WindowMaker");
708 /* read defaults that don't change until a restart and are
709 * screen independent */
710 wReadStaticDefaults(WDWindowMaker ? WDWindowMaker->dictionary : NULL);
712 /* check sanity of some values */
713 if (wPreferences.icon_size < 16) {
714 wwarning(_("icon size is configured to %i, but it's too small. Using 16, instead\n"),
715 wPreferences.icon_size);
716 wPreferences.icon_size = 16;
719 /* init other domains */
720 WDRootMenu = wDefaultsInitDomain("WMRootMenu", False);
721 if (!WDRootMenu->dictionary) {
722 wwarning(_("could not read domain \"%s\" from defaults database"), "WMRootMenu");
724 wDefaultsMergeGlobalMenus(WDRootMenu);
726 WDWindowAttributes = wDefaultsInitDomain("WMWindowAttributes", True);
727 if (!WDWindowAttributes->dictionary) {
728 wwarning(_("could not read domain \"%s\" from defaults database"), "WMWindowAttributes");
731 XSetErrorHandler((XErrorHandler) catchXError);
733 #ifdef SHAPE
734 /* ignore j */
735 wShapeSupported = XShapeQueryExtension(dpy, &wShapeEventBase, &j);
736 #endif
738 #ifdef KEEP_XKB_LOCK_STATUS
739 wXkbSupported = XkbQueryExtension(dpy, NULL, &wXkbEventBase, NULL, NULL, NULL);
740 if (wPreferences.modelock && !wXkbSupported) {
741 wwarning(_("XKB is not supported. KbdModeLock is automatically disabled."));
742 wPreferences.modelock = 0;
744 #endif
746 if (defaultScreenOnly) {
747 max = 1;
748 } else {
749 max = ScreenCount(dpy);
751 wScreen = wmalloc(sizeof(WScreen *) * max);
753 wScreenCount = 0;
755 /* manage the screens */
756 for (j = 0; j < max; j++) {
757 if (defaultScreenOnly || max == 1) {
758 wScreen[wScreenCount] = wScreenInit(DefaultScreen(dpy));
759 if (!wScreen[wScreenCount]) {
760 wfatal(_("it seems that there is already a window manager running"));
761 Exit(1);
763 } else {
764 wScreen[wScreenCount] = wScreenInit(j);
765 if (!wScreen[wScreenCount]) {
766 wwarning(_("could not manage screen %i"), j);
767 continue;
770 wScreenCount++;
773 #ifndef LITE
774 InitializeSwitchMenu();
775 #endif
777 /* initialize/restore state for the screens */
778 for (j = 0; j < wScreenCount; j++) {
779 int lastDesktop;
781 lastDesktop = wNETWMGetCurrentDesktopFromHint(wScreen[j]);
783 wScreenRestoreState(wScreen[j]);
785 /* manage all windows that were already here before us */
786 if (!wPreferences.flags.nodock && wScreen[j]->dock)
787 wScreen[j]->last_dock = wScreen[j]->dock;
789 manageAllWindows(wScreen[j], wPreferences.flags.restarting == 2);
791 /* restore saved menus */
792 wMenuRestoreState(wScreen[j]);
794 /* If we're not restarting, restore session */
795 if (wPreferences.flags.restarting == 0 && !wPreferences.flags.norestore)
796 wSessionRestoreState(wScreen[j]);
798 if (!wPreferences.flags.noautolaunch) {
799 /* auto-launch apps */
800 if (!wPreferences.flags.nodock && wScreen[j]->dock) {
801 wScreen[j]->last_dock = wScreen[j]->dock;
802 wDockDoAutoLaunch(wScreen[j]->dock, 0);
804 /* auto-launch apps in clip */
805 if (!wPreferences.flags.noclip) {
806 int i;
807 for (i = 0; i < wScreen[j]->workspace_count; i++) {
808 if (wScreen[j]->workspaces[i]->clip) {
809 wScreen[j]->last_dock = wScreen[j]->workspaces[i]->clip;
810 wDockDoAutoLaunch(wScreen[j]->workspaces[i]->clip, i);
816 /* go to workspace where we were before restart */
817 if (lastDesktop >= 0) {
818 wWorkspaceForceChange(wScreen[j], lastDesktop);
819 } else {
820 wSessionRestoreLastWorkspace(wScreen[j]);
824 if (wScreenCount == 0) {
825 wfatal(_("could not manage any screen"));
826 Exit(1);
831 static Bool windowInList(Window window, Window * list, int count)
833 for (; count >= 0; count--) {
834 if (window == list[count])
835 return True;
837 return False;
840 /*
841 *-----------------------------------------------------------------------
842 * manageAllWindows--
843 * Manages all windows in the screen.
845 * Notes:
846 * Called when the wm is being started.
847 * No events can be processed while the windows are being
848 * reparented/managed.
849 *-----------------------------------------------------------------------
850 */
851 static void manageAllWindows(WScreen * scr, int crashRecovery)
853 Window root, parent;
854 Window *children;
855 unsigned int nchildren;
856 unsigned int i, j;
857 WWindow *wwin;
859 XGrabServer(dpy);
860 XQueryTree(dpy, scr->root_win, &root, &parent, &children, &nchildren);
862 scr->flags.startup = 1;
864 /* first remove all icon windows */
865 for (i = 0; i < nchildren; i++) {
866 XWMHints *wmhints;
868 if (children[i] == None)
869 continue;
871 wmhints = XGetWMHints(dpy, children[i]);
872 if (wmhints && (wmhints->flags & IconWindowHint)) {
873 for (j = 0; j < nchildren; j++) {
874 if (children[j] == wmhints->icon_window) {
875 XFree(wmhints);
876 wmhints = NULL;
877 children[j] = None;
878 break;
882 if (wmhints) {
883 XFree(wmhints);
887 for (i = 0; i < nchildren; i++) {
888 if (children[i] == None)
889 continue;
891 wwin = wManageWindow(scr, children[i]);
892 if (wwin) {
893 /* apply states got from WSavedState */
894 /* shaded + minimized is not restored correctly */
895 if (wwin->flags.shaded) {
896 wwin->flags.shaded = 0;
897 wShadeWindow(wwin);
899 if (wwin->flags.miniaturized
900 && (wwin->transient_for == None
901 || wwin->transient_for == scr->root_win
902 || !windowInList(wwin->transient_for, children, nchildren))) {
904 wwin->flags.skip_next_animation = 1;
905 wwin->flags.miniaturized = 0;
906 wIconifyWindow(wwin);
907 } else {
908 wClientSetState(wwin, NormalState, None);
910 if (crashRecovery) {
911 int border;
913 border = (!HAS_BORDER(wwin) ? 0 : FRAME_BORDER_WIDTH);
915 wWindowMove(wwin, wwin->frame_x - border,
916 wwin->frame_y - border -
917 (wwin->frame->titlebar ? wwin->frame->titlebar->height : 0));
921 XUngrabServer(dpy);
923 /* hide apps */
924 wwin = scr->focused_window;
925 while (wwin) {
926 if (wwin->flags.hidden) {
927 WApplication *wapp = wApplicationOf(wwin->main_window);
929 if (wapp) {
930 wwin->flags.hidden = 0;
931 wHideApplication(wapp);
932 } else {
933 wwin->flags.hidden = 0;
936 wwin = wwin->prev;
939 XFree(children);
940 scr->flags.startup = 0;
941 scr->flags.startup2 = 1;
943 while (XPending(dpy)) {
944 XEvent ev;
945 WMNextEvent(dpy, &ev);
946 WMHandleEvent(&ev);
948 wWorkspaceForceChange(scr, 0);
949 if (!wPreferences.flags.noclip)
950 wDockShowIcons(scr->workspaces[scr->current_workspace]->clip);
951 scr->flags.startup2 = 0;