You specify the ID, a routine to be invoked and the client data item.
|>||id||SdsIdType||Identifier to be watched. If 0, then cancel watching. If -1, then watch all IDs. Note, it is possible to watch an ID which is not currently in use, in that case, you will get a SDS_WATCH_EVENT_NEWID event when starts being used.|
|>||watchRoutine||SdsWatchRoutineType||The routine to be invoked when the watch is triggered. If not specified, then a message is written to stdout.|
|>||clientData||void *||Passed through to watchRoutine as its client data item.|
|<||oldId||SdsIdType *||If non-null, the previous id being watched is returned here. Zero if there was none.|
|<||oldWatchRoutine||SdsWatchRoutineType *||If non-null, any old watch routine address is returned here.|
|<||oldClientData||void **||If non-null, any old watch routine client data is returned here.|
|>||id||SdsIdType||The ID which triggered the watch event.|
|>||client_data||void *||As supplied to SdsSetWatch().|
|>||event||int||Indicates the event type. The following event types
are supported. Others might be added later and code
should allow for this.
SDS_WATCH_EVENT_FREE (0) => SdsFree or SdsFreeIdAndCheck.
|SDS_WATCH_EVENT_NEW||SdsNew (on parent).|
|SDS_WATCH_EVENT_NEWID||Any function that creates an id. "id" is the new SDS ID number.|
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