Description of problem:
xdg-screensaver suspend winID, does not work with winID in decimal format
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Use xwininfo to get a window id, say, 0x3e00001
2. Run: xdg-screensaver suspend 65011713
(The same number is expressed in hex and dec)
If winID is expressed as 0x3e00001 the xdg command succeeds.
If winID is expressed as 65011713, the xdg command fails, with the messages:
Protocol error: bad 3 (Window); Sequence Number 5
Opcode (20, 0) = GetProperty
Bad resource 1694570259 (0x65011713)
at -e line 15.
It appears that the decimal number is being treated as hex digits.
Expected results: No complaints, and the screensaver is suspended.
The suspending works fine when using hex format for the window ids.
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