[fpc-pascal] X Windows and FPC

Graeme Geldenhuys graemeg.lists at gmail.com
Fri Jul 28 16:21:04 CEST 2006

Thanks Marc... My current source of documentation has been the Man
pages for XLib on some internet website.  Other than that, Google is
my friend!  Maybe installing the complete X11 Dev man pages locally is
a good idea.


On 7/28/06, Marc Santhoff <M.Santhoff at t-online.de> wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 28.07.2006, 11:16 +0200 schrieb Graeme Geldenhuys:
> > I am currently busy creating a FPC widget set (based on Qt, fpGUI and
> > lptk), hence my interest in this document.  The widget set uses
> > Windows GDI and XLib directly, no underlying 3rd party widget set
> > requirements.  Integration with Lazarus will have to wait until the
> > widget set is more robust, but that is one of my goals.
> It is not specifically pascal, but the X distribution itself contains a
> good set of documentation (maybe optionally installed), on my local
> machine it is found there:
> $ ls /usr/X11R6/share/doc/X11/PostScript/
> DPMS.ps                 ctlseqs.ps              shapelib.ps
> DPMSLib.ps              ddx.ps                  tog-cup.ps
> ICElib.ps               evi.ps                  widgets.ps
> LocaleDB.ps             fontlib.ps              xc-misc.ps
> SMlib.ps                fsproto.ps              xdmcp.ps
> XIMTransport.ps         i18nFramework.ps        xfs-design.ps
> XiLib.ps                icccm.ps                xim.ps
> XiPorting.ps            ice.ps                  xlfd.ps
> XiProtocol.ps           intrinsics.ps           xlib.ps
> Xtrans.ps               mit-shm.ps              xmu.ps
> appgroup.ps             proto.ps                xsmp.ps
> bdf.ps                  record.ps               xtest.ps
> bigreq.ps               recordlib.ps            xtestlib.ps
> buffer.ps               rstart.ps
> ctext.ps                shape.ps
> Especially the documents "intrinsics.ps", "proto.ps" and "xlib.ps" may
> be of some interest for you AFAIR.
> HTH,
> Marc
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