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DXmSvnAddEntries(3X)					  DXmSvnAddEntries(3X)

       DXmSvnAddEntries - Opens new entries in the structure.

       void DXmSvnAddEntries(
	       Widget widget,
	       int after,
	       int count,
	       int level,
	       XtPointer* tags(),
	       Boolean index );

       The  identifier	(widget ID) of the SVN widget.	An integer that repre‐
       sents the entry number that the newly  opened  positions	 are  inserted
       after. (If you want to add an entry before number 1, set this parameter
       to 0.)  An integer that represents the number of entries to add to  the
       array.	An  integer  that  represents  the level number of the entries
       being added. A level  number  of	 0  indicates  top-level  entries.   A
       pointer	to  an array of longwords that contain the tag values for each
       entry being added.  If the tag  values  are  not	 being	used,  a  Null
       pointer	may be passed.	This value can also be changed with either the
       DXmSvnSetEntry or DXmSvnSetEntryTag  routine  call.   A	Boolean	 value
       that,  when  True, indicates that all of the entries being added should
       appear in the scroll index window when the user drags the slider.  This
       value  can  be  changed	with either the DXmSvnSetEntry or DXmSvnSetEn‐
       tryIndexWindow routine.	Note that the index window is used  only  when
       the DXmNliveScrolling resource is set to False.

       The  DXmSvnAddEntries  routine  enables	an  application to process the
       expansion of an entry.  The value supplied  for	count  determines  how
       many entries the application should open.  The actual text of the entry
       is not passed.

       The first time an entry is displayed to the user, the SVN widget issues
       the  DXmSvnNgetEntryCallback  to obtain information about the entry. If
       the user never positions the window in an area where a particular entry
       is  visible,  the  callback will never be made.	Make this call in your
       application between calls to DXmSvnDisableDisplay and  DXmSvnEnableDis‐


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