console SVGA display development libraries and headers
svgalib provides graphics capabilities to programs running on the
system console, without going through the X Window System. It uses
direct access to the video hardware to provide low-level access to
the standard VGA and SVGA graphics modes. Only works with some
video hardware; use with caution.
This package contains the static libraries, header files and documentation.
I wrote a set of SVGAlibish joystick routines while I played with porting
DOSDoom to SVGAlib.
It is compatible with both the older joystick driver for Linux 1.x and 2.0
and the newer joystick driver that is in recent 2.1.x kernels.
Some of the code is ripped from the userland tools joystick-0.6.7 and
joystick-2.0.6 none of wich has any special license attaced to them.
The files are:
2. Structure of the chipset drivers
Here is some info on writing patches and/or adding support for
further chipsets. The info on the chipset drivers is outdated, but
better than nothing and get you started.
As a side note, other than a.out, ELF does not allow to have some
symbols global to svgalib which are not acces
svgalib now no longer includes svgalibg-dummy1 in the shlibs file by default.
If your package works with either, here is a mail I received from Richard
Braakman on the subject. Thanks to him for allowing me to include it here.
Subject: Bug#18091: svgalib: libsvga1 | svgalibg-dummyg1 considered harmful
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Richard Braakman)
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 18:32:03 +0100 (CET)
I'm about t
The files in this directory are the examples distributed with svgalib:
gl_allocatecontext(3) Svgalib User Manual gl_allocatecontext(3)
gl_bcircle(3) Svgalib User Manual gl_bcircle(3)
gl_bcircle - dra
gl_circle(3) Svgalib User Manual gl_circle(3)
gl_circle - draw
gl_clearscreen(3) Svgalib User Manual gl_clearscreen(3)
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