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NAME

       libgii.conf - LibGII configuration file format

DESCRIPTION

       /etc/ggi/libgii.conf  is the configuration file that defines what input
       module are available and where libgii is supposed  to  find  them.   It
       consists  of  lines  defining target locations (mapping a target name a
       function name) and target aliases (fake  targets  that  actually  calls
       other target with a specific set of parameters).

       The format is common to all GGI libraries. It is defined by libgg.  See
       ggLoadConfig(3) for additional information on file inclusions and other
       generic options.

EXAMPLES

       These  examples  show  how  to  use the generic configuration mechanism
       proposed by LibGG with LibGII.

       The first example defines three input modules (or  targets)  for  which
       initialization  function  is found in three different dynamic libraries
       (.so files), under the default LibGII input symbol: GIIdlinit:

       input-stdin                   input/stdin.so
       input-x                       input/x.so
       input-xwin                    input/xwin.so

       In the second example, the two  inputs  are  implemented  in  a  single
       dynamic  library, but they each have their own initialization functions
       in this library. Their name is separated from the path by a :.
              input-x                         input/x.so:GIIdl_x    input-xwin
              input/x.so:GIIdl_xwin
       The  third  example  defines  only  one real target input-x, located in
       shared object input/x.so under the symbol GIIdl_x.   input-xwin  is  an
       alias  that  will resolve to target input-x with the option string -be-
       xwin to be passed to the target function (GIIdl_x in input/x.so).
              input-x                            input/x.so:GIIdl_x      alias
              input-xwin      input-x:-be-xwin
       The  last  examples  defines two inputs, with two possible location for
       their implementation.  The first two lines are the same as  in  example
       2. The other two states that these two inputs can also be found (if the
       previous fail) as a built-in modules. The /gii-builtins path points  to
       the LibGII built-in symbol namespace.  In this case both input would be
       found in this  namespace  under  the  default  symbol  GIIdlinit.   The
       initialization function will be given the requested target name to know
       which implementation to use.

       input-x                              input/x.so:GIIdl_x      input-xwin
       input/x.so:GIIdl_xwin

       input-x                                 /gii-builtins        input-xwin
       /gii-builtins

SEE ALSO

       ggLoadConfig(3)