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<interface name="zriver_control_v1" version="1">
<description summary="run compositor commands">
This interface allows clients to run compositor commands and receive a
success/failure response with output or a failure message respectively.
Each command is built up in a series of add_argument requests and
executed with a run_command request. The first argument is the command
to be run.
A complete list of commands should be made available in the man page of
<request name="destroy" type="destructor">
<description summary="destroy the river_control object">
This request indicates that the client will not use the
river_control object any more. Objects that have been created
through this instance are not affected.
<description summary="add an argument to the current command">
Arguments are stored by the server in the order they were sent until
the run_command request is made.
<arg name="argument" type="string" summary="the argument to add"/>
<description summary="run the current command">
Execute the command built up using the add_argument request for the
<arg name="seat" type="object" interface="wl_seat"/>
<arg name="callback" type="new_id" interface="zriver_command_callback_v1"
<interface name="zriver_command_callback_v1" version="1">
<description summary="callback object">
This object is created by the run_command request. Exactly one of the
success or failure events will be sent. This object will be destroyed
by the compositor after one of the events is sent.
<description summary="command successful">
Sent when the command has been successfully received and executed by
the compositor. Some commands may produce output, in which case the
output argument will be a non-empty string.
<arg name="output" type="string" summary="the output of the command"/>
<description summary="command failed">
Sent when the command could not be carried out. This could be due to
sending a non-existent command, no command, not enough arguments, too
many arguments, invalid arguments, etc.
<arg name="failure_message" type="string"
summary="a message explaining why failure occurred"/>