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NAME

       libgiigic - A flexible library for action/event binding

DESCRIPTION

       GIC stands for General Input Configuration.

       LibGIIGIC  is  a convenience library running on top of libgii(7), which
       implements easy Descent/Forsaken style input configuration.

       It basically handles binding  of  keystrokes,  mice  and  valuators  to
       program actions.

       It  is  designed to make such schemes so easy, that noone would want to
       bother doing something else.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       The following outlines the  environment  variables,  intended  for  the
       user, which affect the behaviour of LibGIIGIC:

       GIC_DEBUG
              The debug level for LibGIIGIC:

              ·   0 or unset : debug output is off; debugging is off

              ·   255 : all debug output is on

              You may also bitwise ’or’ any of the following together:

              ·   2   : debug core

              ·   32  : misc debugging output

              ·   64  : debug dynamic library handling

              ·   128 : debug event handling

       GIC_DEBUGSYNC
              Turn  on  synchronous  debug output, flushing the output buffers
              before returning from DPRINT calls.

       GGI_CONFDIR
              Override compiled-in path to global config  files  (Win32  only,
              but not Cygwin).

       Note  that the last environment variable really begin with GGI, and not
       GIC.

       Other environment variables specific to recognizers are  documented  in
       the corresponding manual page.

SEE ALSO

       libgiigic-usage(7)