I am confused about "graphic context"s, using the xcb library.
There are some examples around the www, they all show creating one single window with one single graphic context.
Of course when setting up several windows, each will have its own graphicx context, or perhaps several.
Could or should I create several graphic contexts for one and the same window? For example one for drawing flowers, another for rivers, a third for text labels? Or is it better to use only one and adapt it to the job at hand?
What is considered good programming style, in this respect?
You can create as many contexts as you want. The rule of thumb is: