Chapter 7: Configuring the Debugger
Setting X Resources
To use customized scheme files
Scheme files are used to set platform specific resources that deal with color,
fonts and sizes, mouse and keyboard operation, and labels and titles. You can
create and use customized scheme files by following these steps.
1 Create the $HOME/.HP64_schemes/< platform> directory.
2 Copy the scheme file to be modified to the
$HOME/.HP64_schemes/< platform> directory.
Label scheme files are not platform specific; therefore, they should be placed
in the $HOME/.HP64_schemes directory. All other scheme files should be
placed in the $HOME/.HP64_schemes/< platform> directory.
Note that if your custom scheme file has the same name as the default scheme
file, the load order requires resources in the custom file to explicitly override
resources in the default file.
3 Modify the $HOME/.HP64_schemes/< platform> /Debug.< scheme> file.
For example, you could modify the
"$HOME/.HP64_schemes/HP-UX/Debug.MyColor" file to change the
defined foreground and background colors. Also, since the scheme file name
is different than the default, you could comment out various resource settings
to cause general foreground and background color definitions to apply to the
debugger's graphical interface. At least one resource must be defined in your
color scheme file for it to be recognized.