Re: Initial timestamps

Tim Butler <T S Butler herts ac uk> writes:

> Can anyone give me pointers to some code that uses the function: 
> gdk_input_motion_events() ?
> I've searched the archive, grep`d the source of gsumi, and
> searched with google, but I can't find any reference to the function
> except in the API documentation.
> I've checked the API documentation, which tells me how to use the
> function, but I can't work out how to get an initial timestamp for the
> start and stop parameters.
> Any suggestions of examples, or just how to get the current timestamp in
> the format used by gdk_input_motion_events, much appriciated.

The normal place to get them would be from timestamps from
motion events. 

The idea is that you can get fine-grained history between
motion events.

I think the only time I ever tried using gdk_input_motion_events()
after implementing it, it didn't give me anything useful on
XFree86 but the memory is vague after several years.


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