Chapter 8: X Resources and the Graphical Interface
Please note the dot (.) in the ".HP64_schemes" directory name.
You can force the debugger's graphical interface to use
Five application-specific resources allow you to force the interface to use
certain schemes. The resources and what they control are as follows:
$XAPPLRESDIR/HP64_schemes/< platform> /Debug.< scheme>
Just as $XAPPLRESDIR can point to a system-wide app-defaults file, so
can it point to a set of system-wide scheme files.
$HOME/.HP64_schemes/< platform> /Debug.< scheme>
Controls the platform scheme chosen by the interface. This resource is
particularly useful in mixed-platform environments where you might be
executing the interface remotely on an HP 9000 computer, but displaying
the interface on a Sun SPARCsystem computer. In this situation, you may
wish to set the resource to use the SunOS scheme so that you can use the
same key and mouse button bindings as other Sun OpenWindows
The value of this resource is actually the name of a subdirectory under
/usr/hp64000/lib/X11/HP64_schemes or one of the alternative directories
for scheme files. You can create your own file and subdirectory under
/usr/hp64000/lib/X11/HP64_schemes (or alternative) and then set this
resource to choose that subdirectory instead of the standard platform
Values can be: HP-UX, SunOS, or the name of a sub-directory containing
custom scheme files.
Chooses the black and white or color scheme.
Values can be: Color, BW, or the name of a custom scheme file.
Chooses the keyboard and mouse bindings.