libggi 1:2.2.2-5ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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libggi (1:2.2.2-5ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low

  * Merge from debian testing (LP: #486125), remaining changes:
    - - Remove svga support.
 -- Charlie Smotherman <email address hidden>   Fri, 20 Nov 2009 01:05:24 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Charlie_Smotherman on 2009-11-21
Sponsored by:
Fabrice Coutadeur
Uploaded to:
Lucid
Original maintainer:
MOTU
Architectures:
any
Section:
libs
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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libggi-samples: No summary available for libggi-samples in ubuntu oneiric.

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libggi-target-aa: No summary available for libggi-target-aa in ubuntu natty.

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libggi-target-emu: No summary available for libggi-target-emu in ubuntu oneiric.

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libggi-target-fbdev: No summary available for libggi-target-fbdev in ubuntu oneiric.

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libggi-target-lcd823: General Graphics Interface lcd823 display target

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains the driver for the "lcd823" target, enabling libGGI
 (and therefore any program using libGGI) to display its output using
 the LCD controller of Motorola MPC823 processors.

libggi-target-monotext: No summary available for libggi-target-monotext in ubuntu maverick.

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libggi-target-terminfo: General Graphics Interface TermInfo display target

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains the driver for the "terminfo" target, enabling
 libGGI (and therefore any program using libGGI) to display its
 output in text mode. This target does not support graphics; it only
 makes text modes available. (However, you can display graphics on a
 text-mode target using the "monotext" target.) Output is displayed in
 a terminal-independent fashion using the "ncurses" library.

libggi-target-vcsa: General Graphics Interface direct access console text target

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains a driver for the "vcsa" target, enabling libGGI
 (and therefore any program using libGGI) to display text output on the
 Linux console. It uses direct access to the "/dev/vcsa*" devices.

libggi-target-x: General Graphics Interface X display target

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains two drivers enabling libGGI (and therefore any
 program using libGGI) to display its output on an X server:
 .
  "x" the NEW unified x display draws its raster output into an X window
  "dga" uses the XFree86 Direct Graphics Access X extension to speed up
      drawing -- this only works on local displays, and is not available
      on some architectures
 .
  "xlib" does no longer exist!

libggi2: General Graphics Interface runtime libraries

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains the shared libraries for libGGI, the lowest-level
 drawing library provided by GGI.
 .
 Since none of the targets included here are, alone, capable of real,
 physical graphics output, you'll probably need to install at least one
 of the libggi-target packages to make any kind of sensible use of libGGI.
 .
 Included are libGGI drivers for these targets:
 .
  "memory" draws into hidden in-memory framebuffers
  "ipc" draws into attached shared memory framebuffers
  "multi" draws output onto multiple displays simultaneously
  "tile" combines several displays into a single logical display
  "sub" draws output into a sub-window on another target
  "file" draws into a specially formatted file
  "tele" draws on a remote teleserver

libggi2-dev: No summary available for libggi2-dev in ubuntu oneiric.

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