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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
Component:
universe
Architectures:
any
Section:
libs
Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

libggi-samples: General Graphics Interface sample programs

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains some sample programs demonstrating LibGGI's
 capabilities. Examples are (more inside):
 .
  "ggiteleserver" is a remote display server for the tele target.
  "ggi-cube3d" runs up to 6 GGI programs on a moveable cube's surfaces.
  "ggi-monitest" creates useful test patterns.
 .
 Install libggi-target packages to get visible output from ggi programs.
 Install ggi-doc to help you making the most out of ggi.

libggi-target-aa: General Graphics Interface ASCII Art display target

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains the driver for the "aa" target, enabling libGGI
 (and therefore any program using libGGI) to display its output as
 ASCII art.

libggi-target-emu: General Graphics Interface colour emulation targets

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains drivers for two colour-emulation pseudo-targets,
 enabling libGGI (and therefore any program using libGGI) to display
 its output in a different colour mode than the underlying physical
 target supports. Two targets are included:
 .
  "palemu" emulates a palette-based display on a true-colour target
  "trueemu" emulates a true-colour display using a palette-based target

libggi-target-fbdev: General Graphics Interface direct access framebuffer target

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains the driver for the "fbdev" target, enabling
 libGGI (and therefore any program using libGGI) to display its output
 on the kernel framebuffer device. The framebuffer device is the usual
 means of displaying graphics on most non-i386 architectures, and, for
 i386, kernels from the stable 2.2 kernel series on contain a working i386
 framebuffer device.
 .
 Installation of libdirectfb is recommended for accelerated drawing on
 supported graphic cards.

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: General Graphics Interface plain text target

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package contains the driver for the "monotext" target, enabling
 libGGI (and therefore any program using libGGI) to display its output
 as ASCII art. This driver does not use the "aalib" ASCII art library;
 "monotext" is an independent implementation of the same idea.
 .
 The monotext target requires a text-capable target, such as the
 "terminfo" target, to display its output.

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: General Graphics Interface development package

 "General Graphics Interface" - a fast, portable graphics environment.
 .
 This package provides the files necessary to compile programs which
 use libGGI.