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NAME

       libgii - A flexible library for input handling

DESCRIPTION

       LibGII is an input library developed by the GGI Project.  Its design philosophy is similar
       to LibGGI, which deals with graphics output.  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  together, receiving input from an arbitrary combination of
       devices.

       LibGII is a separate component from LibGGI, although LibGGI depends on  LibGII  for  input
       purposes.  (LibGGI's input functions are simply wrappers for LibGII functions.)

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

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

       GII_INPUT
              The default input source(s) and/or filter(s) to use when giiOpen() is called with a
              NULL  argument.   The format is: input:inputargs.  Multiple inputs can be specified
              by this notation: (i1):(i2) ....
              Note: This setting does not affect LibGGI visuals automatically opening inputs. Use
              the GGI_INPUTx variable instead.

       GII_DEBUG
              The debug level for LibGII:

              ·   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

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

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

       Other environment  variables  specific  to  filters  and  inputs  are  documented  in  the
       corresponding manual page.

SEE ALSO

       libgii.conf(5), filter-keytrans(7), filter-mouse(7), filter-save(7), filter-tcp(7), input-
       directx(7),  input-linux-kbd(7),  input-mouse(7),   input-file(7),   input-linux-mouse(7),
       input-tcp(7), input-linux-evdev(7), input-lk201(7).