mouse strokes library -- development files
libstroke is a stroke interface library. Strokes are motions
of the mouse that can be interpreted by a program as a command. Strokes
are common in CAD software such as gEDA and Mentor Graphics.
fvwm can use mouse strokes to cause certain actions, just like button
This package contains the header files needed for developing with this library.
README for LibStroke/LibGStroke
LibGStroke is a port of the LibStroke library to the Gnome
environment, and is being worked on by Dan Nicolaescu and Mark Willey.
It is fully functional right now, you can find more details in
README.libgstroke, the source code in the libgstroke subdirectory and
a demo in tests/gnome_stroke_test.c
The goal is to have a simple and c
NEWS for libstroke-0.5.1
Fix some packaging errors.
NEWS for libstroke-0.5
The big NEWS is that LibStroke now can draw the strokes! Yeeepeeee!
But it does not do so by default, you need to pass --with-mouse-footprints
to ./configure. After compiling everything try tests/stroke_test to
see how this works.
There's even more: libgstroke, a stroke implementation for GNOME has
libstroke (0.5.1-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Change build-dependency on xlibs-dev to libx11-dev, libice-dev,
libsm-dev (closes: #251219)
* Improve package description in debian/control
* Update to standards-revision 3.6.2
* General cleanup of debian/rules
-- Hamish Moffatt <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 8 Jan 2006 12:09:49 +1100
libstroke (0.5.1-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Update conf
Changes from 0.0 to 0.1
- changed // comments to /* for portability (thanks, sergent!)
- used muc
fix autoconfig stuff to actually find the gtk headers and only build gnome
version of library if gn
Co-Maintainers: Mark Willey <email@example.com>
Dan Nicolaescu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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