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       libggi - A fast, simple, small and flexible user-space graphics library


       LibGGI  is a fast, simple, small and flexible user-space graphics library developed by the
       GGI Project. It attempts to abstract the many different graphics output  systems  existing
       under  Unix  (and  in the future, other platforms). The support for all of these different
       types of displays and hardware are provided by dynamically-loaded mini-libraries.   LibGGI
       can transparently (to the LibGGI-using application) display graphics on an X window, under
       SVGAlib, fbcon (Linux framebuffer driver), or the glide library, through their  respective
       graphics  drivers,  or  targets.   There are also some other targets which display through
       another target, such as multi to display simultaneously on multiple displays at once,  and
       tile to tile your display to different monitors.

       LibGGI supports acceleration of graphics primitives where possible.

       LibGGI is a very generic piece of software, that will run on about every platform that has
       remotely heard of POSIX (ports to other systems such as Win32 are available, too)  and  on
       many display subsystems.


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

              If set, LibGGI assumes that you  want  to  use  the  X  target.   This  setting  is
              overridden by the GGI_DISPLAY variable.

              Specifies  the  default target used when the application calls ggiOpen(3) with NULL

              The default target is specified using a target-spec: target:targetargs where target
              is the name of the target, and targetargs are any target-specific arguments.

              If  neither  this variable nor DISPLAY is set, then the following targets are tried
              in order until one works: fbdev, svga, aa

       GGI_INPUT_target_n, GGI_INPUT_target, GGI_INPUT
              GGI_INPUT_target specifies extra LibGII input sources and/or  filters  for  visuals
              using target

              Multiple  inputs  can  be specified by enclosing each input-spec in parentheses and
              separating them with semicolons: (i1):(i2):...

              The inputs specified by GGI_INPUT_target_n are only opened  at  the  n'th  call  of
              ggiOpen(3). This is used for misbehaving applications that do not allow the user to
              specify inputs for the different targets that it opens.

              The GGI_INPUT variable specifies input settings for all other targets not specified
              using the other two variable forms.

              Specifies  the  default  mode,  which  is  used  for  mode  negotiation with LibGGI
              applications.  Specifically, when GGI_AUTO or  GT_AUTO  are  specified  in  a  mode
              setting  call they will be replaced with values from GGI_DEFMODE before calling the
              target's own ggiSetMode(3) implementation.

              The format is: (all on one line) S w x h x depth V w x h D w x h F  frames  [scheme
              depth  size]  Anything and everything can be omitted, except tokens indicating what
              the next token is.

              Any omitted values default to GGI_AUTO (or GT_AUTO for the graphtype).   Whitespace
              and  '.'  symbols  are ignored.  Character tokens are case-insensitive.  If certain
              values are not possible, they are overridden by the target.

              S      Denotes the visible size of the visual.   Totally  optional,  as  dimensions
                     without a specifier are considered to be the visible dimensions.

                     w and h are the width and height in pixels.

              V      Denotes  virtual  size, the total drawing area available to the application.
                     The virtual size must be equal or greater than the visible size.

              D      Denotes the number of dots per pixel.  For graphic  modes,  this  is  always
                     1x1, and for text modes, this is the size of the character cell.

              F      Denotes  number  of  frames  available  to the application. Applications can
                     switch between different frames for double-buffering, etc.

              []     Delimits the graphic type.

                     scheme One of:

                            ·   C : GT_TRUECOLOR

                            ·   P : GT_PALETTE

                            ·   K : GT_GREYSCALE

                            ·   T : GT_TEXT

                     depth  Pixel depth in number of bits.

                     size   Size of pixel in number of bits, including padding.

                     Instead of scheme, depth, size, it is also possible to specify the graphtype
                     by using one of the following:

                     ·   GT_1BIT

                     ·   GT_2BIT

                     ·   GT_4BIT

                     ·   GT_8BIT

                     ·   GT_15BIT

                     ·   GT_16BIT

                     ·   GT_24BIT

                     ·   GT_32BIT

                     ·   GT_TEXT16

                     ·   GT_TEXT32

              The debugging level for LibGGI:

              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

              ·   4 : debug mode setting

              ·   8 : debug color handling

              ·   16 : debug drawing

              ·   32 : misc debugging output

              ·   64 : debug dynamic library handling

              ·   128 : debug event handling

              The  debugging  output  can  be quite verbose and in most cases you should redirect
              stderr so that it does not interfere with your program's output.

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

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

              If  set,  causes a new virtual console to be allocated for some Linux-console-based
              targets (currently fbdev and glide).

              This variable specifies the framerate for targets emulating synchronous  mode.  The
              default  is  20fps.   If  you  are  experiencing  problems  with  the X target over
              relatively slow remote connections it might be  due  to  connection  overload.  You
              might want to try with a lower GGI_MANSYNC_FPS setting.


       Example GGI_DISPLAY settings:

       # see ASCII art flying GGIs

       $ GGI_DISPLAY=aa ./flying_ggis

       # see demo on both machine "crono" next door and local
       # X at the same time

       $ GGI_DISPLAY=multi:(Xlib:crono:0.0):(X::0.0) ./demo

       Example GGI_INPUT string:

       $ export GGI_INPUT=linux-mouse:auto

       # for "multi" target only

       $ export GGI_INPUT_multi=linux-mouse:auto

       Examples of GGI_DEFMODE strings:

       ·   640x480 : just the visible size

       ·   640x480#640x960 : same size, but double-height virtual screen

       ·   #1024x768 : only virtual size defined

       ·   80x40[T] : (default-fontsized) text mode with 80x40 characters

       ·   #x100[T] : text mode with 100 virtual lines

       ·   640x400[8] : 640x400 at 8 bits per pixel

       ·   640x480[GT_8BIT] : same as above, but palettized

       ·   320x200[C15] : 320x200 with 32768 colors (hicolor)

       ·   320x200[C/16] : 320x200 with 16-bit pixels (also hicolor)

       ·   320x200[C24/32],  320x200[GT_32BIT]  : 320x200, with 32-bit pixels for 16777216 colors

       ·   640x480F2[GT_16BIT] : 16-bit-color 640x480 with two buffers


       libgii(7),  ggiInit(3),  display-aa(7),  display-directx(7),  display-fbdev(7),   display-
       file(7),   display-glide(7),  display-macosx(7),  display-memory(7),  display-monotext(7),
       display-multi(7), display-palemu(7), display-sub(7), display-svgalib(7),  display-tele(7),
       display-tile(7), display-trueemu(7), display-vcsa(7), display-vgl(7), display-x(7)