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This package contains the shared libraries for LibGII, the input library developed by the GGI project. Also included is LibGG, the library containing GGI's configuration and target option parsing code.
Install libgii-target packages for specific input modules!
This package contains input modules for these devices:
null - Dummy input device which never generates any input stdin - Characters from standard input file - Input saved by the "save" input filter tcp - Input from a socket linux_kbd - Raw Linux keyboard devices linux_mouse - Linux mouse devices linux_joy - Linux joystick devices linux_evdev - New style HIDs mouse - Mice of all sorts: Microsoft, MouseSystems, Logitech, Sun, - MouseMan, MMSeries, BusMouse and PS2 spaceorb - SpaceOrb 3D input device
Usually, it is not necessary to specify which of these input devices you want to use; LibGGI normally finds an appropriate input device.
These input filter modules are also included:
mouse - Generic mouse event generator save - Save away an event stream for later playback keytrans - Generic key event translator tcp - Send input to a tcp socket
LibGII README ============= LibGII (General Input Interface) is intended to be to input what our LibGGI (General Graphics Interface) library is to graphics. LibGII is based on the concept of input streams, which virtualize access to the underlying input drivers. Events from various input devices are abstracted into easy-to-use structures. LibGII also allows the application to join streams togeth more»
NEWS - list of user-visible changes between releases of LibGII New in 0.9.0: 2004-11-30: - Documentation updates - KII target improvements - minor fixes to button and symbol handling - handle labels correctly now - merge improvements from the FreeBSD ports tree - works on Windows using MinGW w/o requiring special Makefiles. - task scheduler as an abstraction for platform independent t more»
LibGII FAQ ========== Please read the file README in this directory if you are not sure about what LibGII is. I. Installation questions Q: In which order do I need to install all that libs for a GGI system ? A: Start with LibGII - the input handling layer. LibGGI - the graphics layer - depends on it. Install it second. After that order is usually not important, except for packages that more»
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