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    Reference count the fonts used in the text widget. · caf8ebc6
    Owen Taylor authored
    Mon Aug 24 18:37:15 1998  Owen Taylor  <otaylor@redhat.com>
    	* gtk/gtktext.c: Reference count the fonts used in
    	the text widget.
    	* gdk/gdk.h gdk/gdkcolor.c: Rename the color allocation
    	freeing functions to be more consistent, and more
    	convenient; leave the old names in for backwards compatibility.
    	* gdk/gdkcolor.c gdk/gdkprivate.h: Reference count the
    	allocations in pseudo-color colormaps to greatly reduce
    	calls to XAllocColor. Keep a per-colormap hashtable to
    	speed up finding if there is an already-allocated matching
    	* gdk/gdkcolor.c: Don't just match read the system colormap
    	when the colormap is created, but synchronize our copy
    	with the system colormap periodically.
    	* gdk/gdk.c gdk/gdktypes.h gtk/gtkentry.c gtk/gtktext.c:
    	Change XIM constants names to match GDK conventions
    	* gtk/testinput.c: Allow the drawing area to get the focus.
    	* gtk/testgtk.c: Change around the Text test to demonstrates
    	multiple fonts, use more colors.
    	* gtk/gtkwidget.c: Improve gtk_widget_get_colormap()/visual()
    	so they work after a widget is unrealized.
    	* gtk/gtktext.[ch]: Remove the requirement that the text
    	widget be realized before adding text (!) Allocate colors
    	ourself, instead of requiring the caller allocate them.
    	Allow changing styles to work properly by keeping track
    	of the values for a certain property are default or
    	set explicitely.
    	* gtk/gtkmenu.h: Added some comments.
    	* gtk/gtkentry.c: Changes to match XIM constants.
    	* gtk/gdk.h gdk/gdkwindow.c: Add gdk_drawable_set_data(),
    	for adding keyed data to drawables. (Uses g_dataset
    	* gdk/gdkpixmap.c: Keep track of the colors we allocate,
    	when creating an XPM - store them as user data for the GdkPixmap,
    	so we don't leak colors when we create pixmaps from XPM's.
    	Allocate memory for color information in large blocks instead of
    	as many little pieces.