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von Michael R. (michael_rodrigues)


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Hi,

when i installed the arm-gcc toolchain (yagarto), there are libraries in
the X11 folder that contain files such as tkIntXlibDecls.h, etc. which
contains functions such as XDrawlines, etc. I wanted to know, whether
these functions can be used to create my own standalone gui..

or are these supposed to be used in linux..

Thanks

von Martin T. (mthomas) (Moderator)


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von Michael R. (michael_rodrigues)


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Martin Thomas wrote:
> http://www.tcl.tk/

Thanks for the info, it was very helpful. I tried some tricks in linux.
I had one question regarding the X11 lib. The X11 functions always refer
to a Display *display ( which is a reference to the X server), so when i
port it to my ARM9 controller, what would this variable be (or do i have
to send a NULL, NIL)

von Michael R. (michael_rodrigues)


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Michael Rodrigues wrote:
> Martin Thomas wrote:
>> http://www.tcl.tk/
>
Please respond

Thanks for the info, it was very helpful. I tried some tricks in linux.
I had one question regarding the X11 lib. The X11 functions always refer
to a Display *display ( which is a reference to the X server), so when i
port it to my ARM9 controller, what would this variable be (or do i have
to send a NULL, NIL)

Also, could u guys refer me to some sites/ list of sites where i could
see these functions being used in sample codes.. to create a standalone
GUI

thanks

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