/* Definitions of marked slots in frames
Copyright (C) 1988, 1992, 1993, 1994 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1996 Ben Wing.
This file is part of XEmacs.
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/* Synched up with: FSF 19.30. Split out of frame.h. */
/* device frame belongs to. */
/* Name of this frame: a Lisp string.
NOT the same as the frame's title, even though FSF bogusly
confuses the two. The frame's name is used for resourcing
and lookup purposes and is something you can count on having
a specific value, while the frame's title may vary depending
on the user's choice of `frame-title-format'. */
/* The frame which should receive keystrokes that occur in this
frame, or nil if they should go to the frame itself. This is
usually nil, but if the frame is minibufferless, we can use this
to redirect keystrokes to a surrogate minibuffer frame when
Note that a value of nil is different than having the field point
to the frame itself. Whenever the Fselect_frame function is used
to shift from one frame to the other, any redirections to the
original frame are shifted to the newly selected frame; if
focus_frame is nil, Fselect_frame will leave it alone. */
/* This frame's root window. Every frame has one.
If the frame has only a minibuffer window, this is it.
Otherwise, if the frame has a minibuffer window, this is its sibling. */
/* This frame's selected window.
Each frame has its own window hierarchy
and one of the windows in it is selected within the frame.
The selected window of the selected frame is Emacs's selected window. */
/* This frame's minibuffer window.
Most frames have their own minibuffer windows,
but only the selected frame's minibuffer window
can actually appear to exist. */
/* The most recently selected nonminibuf window.
This is used by things like the toolbar code, which doesn't
want the toolbar to change when moving to the minibuffer.
This will only be a minibuf window if we are a minibuf-only
/* frame property list */
/* A copy of the global Vbuffer_list, to maintain a per-frame buffer
ordering. The Vbuffer_list variable and the buffer_list slot of each
frame contain exactly the same data, just in different orders. */
/* Predicate for selecting buffers for other-buffer. */
/* The current mouse pointer for the frame. This is set by calling
/* The current icon for the frame. */
/* Vector representing the menubar currently displayed. See menubar-x.c. */
/* specifier values cached in the struct frame: */
/* Width and height of the scrollbars. */
/* The following three don't really need to be cached except
that we need to know when they've changed. */
/* Possible frame-local default for outside margin widths. */