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Mar 9, 2006, 1:43:10 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
Sam Hocevar
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  • Slightly updated README.
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    99     --enable-conio: support for MS-DOS conio.h
    1010     --enable-x11: support for native X11 rendering
     11     --enable-gl: support for OpenGL rendering
     12     --enable-win32: support for the Windows console
    1113
    1214     --disable-imlib2: remove Imlib2 support in cacaview
     
    2123Using libcaca
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    23    o  Look into the examples/ directory for simple source code examples.
     25   o  Look into the src/ directory for source code examples.
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    2527   o  Compiling a libcaca program is fairly simple:
     
    2729      gcc -c foobar.c -o foobar.o `caca-config --cflags`
    2830      gcc foobar.o -o foobar `caca-config --libs`
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    30    o  If you are writing a shared object that uses libcaca, either a
    31       dynamically loadable plug-in or a shared library, you should use
    32       the `--plugin-libs' flag for libcaca:
    33 
    34       gcc -fPIC -c libfoo.c -o libfoo.o `caca-config --cflags`
    35       gcc -shared libfoo.o -o libfoo.so `caca-config --plugin-libs`
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