Some devices are basically window oriented - like sunview
and X11. You can give vogle some information on the window
that it will use with these routines. These can make your
code very device independent. Both routines take arguments
which are in device space. (0, 0) is the top left hand
corner in device space. To have any effect these routines
must be called before vinit. For the X11 device, an entry
may be made in your .Xdefaults file or loaded in
with the xrdb(1) command:
xrdb <<\EOF ! X11 Windows fonts to use for "small" and "large" fonts vogle*smallfont: fixed vogle*largefont: 9x15 ! title on decoration bar for the window vogle*title: My VOGLE program ! window geometry and position, ! overridden by prefsize(3c) and prefposition(3c) vogle.Geometry: =500x500-10+20 EOF
(where you specify your geometry as you please).
Specify the preferred position of the window opened by the *next* vinit.
Fortran: subroutine prefposition(x, y) integer x, y C: prefposition(x, y) int x, y; Pascal: procedure PrefPosition(x, y: integer)
Specify the preferred width and height of the window opened by the *next* vinit.
Fortran: subroutine prefsize(width, height) integer width, height C: prefsize(width, height) int width, height; Pascal: procedure PrefSize(width, height: integer)