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       ggiWaitRayPos - Wait for the raster to reach a point


       #include <ggi/misc.h>

       int ggiWaitRayPos(ggi_visual_t src, int32_t* x, int32_t* y);


       ggiWaitRayPos  will  wait,  as  best  supported  by the target, until the raster reaches a
       certain point on the screen.  Actual integer coordinates don't mean anything under current
       implementations,  and  the  units  the  coordinates  are  provided  in haven't been firmly
       decided. Instead, use one of the following macros: GGI_RP_BORDER means the  raster  is  in
       the  border  of the screen; GGI_RP_BLANK means the raster is past the border and is turned
       off; GGI_RP_SYNC means the raster is retracing to the top of the  screen;  GGI_RP_DONTCARE
       means you don't care where the raster is in this direction.


       0 for OK, otherwise an ggi-error(3) code.  In the event that there is an error, it is most
       likely that the implementation on  the  given  target  is  limited.   In  this  case,  the
       parameters  x,  y  will  be assigned values equal to one of the above macros, which should
       work on the target, supposing using those values actually accomplishes what  you  want  to