Commit d7e22252 authored by Alan Coopersmith's avatar Alan Coopersmith

Remove documentation of obsolete B16 & B32 tags in specs/libX11

Signed-off-by: Alan Coopersmith's avatarAlan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith@oracle.com>
parent f3c97847
......@@ -2020,7 +2020,7 @@ because it may modify this field.
<para>
<!-- .LP -->
All X requests always contain the length of the request,
expressed as a 16-bit quantity of 32 bits.
expressed as a 16-bit quantity of 32 bit words.
This means that a single request can be no more than 256K bytes in
length.
Some servers may not support single requests of such a length.
......@@ -2111,17 +2111,6 @@ used in replies, errors, and events.
</para>
<para>
<!-- .LP -->
To help but not cure portability problems to certain machines, the
<symbol>B16</symbol>
and
<symbol>B32</symbol>
macros have been defined so that they can become bitfield specifications
on some machines.
For example, on a Cray,
these should be used for all 16-bit and 32-bit quantities, as discussed below.
</para>
<para>
<!-- .LP -->
Most protocol requests have a corresponding structure typedef in
<filename class="headerfile">&lt;X11/Xproto.h&gt;</filename>,
which looks like:
......@@ -2136,7 +2125,7 @@ which looks like:
typedef struct _DoSomethingReq {
CARD8 reqType; /* X_DoSomething */
CARD8 someDatum; /* used differently in different requests */
CARD16 length B16; /* total # of bytes in request, divided by 4 */
CARD16 length; /* total # of bytes in request, divided by 4 */
...
/* request-specific data */
...
......@@ -2174,8 +2163,8 @@ or
typedef struct _ResourceReq {
CARD8 reqType; /* the request type, e.g. X_DoSomething */
BYTE pad; /* not used */
CARD16 length B16; /* 2 (= total # of bytes in request, divided by 4) */
CARD32 id B32; /* the Window, Drawable, Font, GContext, etc. */
CARD16 length; /* 2 (= total # of bytes in request, divided by 4) */
CARD32 id; /* the Window, Drawable, Font, GContext, etc. */
} xResourceReq;
</synopsis>
</para>
......@@ -2224,8 +2213,8 @@ also contains a reply structure typedef:
typedef struct _DoSomethingReply {
BYTE type; /* always X_Reply */
BYTE someDatum; /* used differently in different requests */
CARD16 sequenceNumber B16; /* # of requests sent so far */
CARD32 length B32; /* # of additional bytes, divided by 4 */
CARD16 sequenceNumber; /* # of requests sent so far */
CARD32 length; /* # of additional bytes, divided by 4 */
...
/* request-specific data */
...
......
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