fmcacheenable - enable font cache flushing
This function was made obsolete by changes to the IRIS Font Manager. The
function was replaced by a stub that does not do anything. What follows
is a description of what this function did under the NeWS windowing
The Font Manager provides font cache flushing by default. You can disable
font cache flushing with a call to fmcachedisable. The Font Manager
continues to keep track of the space fonts occupy, but does nothing to
flush the space when it exceeds the font cache limit. To restart
automatic font cache flushing, call fmcacheenable .
fmcachedisable(3W), fmcachelimit(3W), fmgetcacheused(3W),
This routine is available only in immediate mode.
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