In order to display a Layout, Bogue needs to create a
Window.t for it,
and pass it as argument of
Main.create. This is done automatically if you
Main.of_layouts, so most of the time you don't need to deal with
Windows are created by SDL, and hence will appear with the usual decorations of your Desktop Environment.
val create :
?on_close:(t -> unit) -> Layout.t -> t
Create a window from the given layout. The layout must not belong to any room. If the layout is hidden, the window will be created but not shown.
on_close: Set the function to be executed when the user wants to close the window. By default, the window will be destroyed. Hence, setting a function can prevent the window from being closed. However, if this is the sole open window, clicking on the close button will also emit the 'Quit' event, and will terminate Bogue anyways.
val on_close :
t -> (t -> unit) option -> unit
Modify the on_close parameter of
val destroy :
t -> unit
Ask Bogue to destroy the window.
val set_size :
w:int -> h:int -> t -> unit
val maximize_width :
t -> unit
See remarks in