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Latest revision as of 09:45, 18 November 2009

cmd_win[edit]

This is a developer command.

Syntax[edit]

cmd_win [open id | close id | get id | set id]


Argument(s)[edit]

id
Valid Command Window id
open
This subcommand is used to create the internal data structures for a new command window. If id is already in use, nothing is changed
close
This subcommand releases id’s internal data structures. If the referenced command window is tied to a display manager, then that association is also removed.
set
This subcommand sets the current command window to id. If this command window is tied to a display manager, that display manager becomes the current display manager.
get
This subcommand returns the id of the current command window.

Return Value(s)[edit]

No Return Values for this command.


Description[edit]

This command is used to maintain internal command window structures.


Example(s)[edit]

mged> cmd_win open my_id
Create a command window named my_id.
mged> cmd_win close my_id
Closes the command window my_id.
mged> cmd_win set my_id
my_id becomes the current command window.
mged> cmd_win get
Gets the current command window.


See Also[edit]

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