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caca_event(3caca) [bsd man page]

caca_event(3caca)						      libcaca							 caca_event(3caca)

NAME
caca_event - Handling of user events. SYNOPSIS
Data Fields enum caca_event_type type union { struct { int x int y int button } mouse struct { int w int h } resize struct { int ch uint32_t utf32 char utf8 [8] } key } data Detailed Description This structure is filled by caca_get_event() when an event is received. It is an opaque structure that should only be accessed through caca_event_get_type() and similar functions. The struct members may no longer be directly accessible in future versions. Field Documentation enum caca_event_type caca_event::type The event type. union { ... } caca_event::data The event information data Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libcaca from the source code. Version 0.99.beta18 Fri Apr 6 2012 caca_event(3caca)

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caca_conio_text_info(3caca)					      libcaca					       caca_conio_text_info(3caca)

NAME
caca_conio_text_info - DOS text area information. SYNOPSIS
Data Fields unsigned char winleft unsigned char wintop unsigned char winright unsigned char winbottom unsigned char attribute unsigned char normattr unsigned char currmode unsigned char screenheight unsigned char screenwidth unsigned char curx unsigned char cury Detailed Description This structure stores text area information for the DOS conio.h compatibility layer. Field Documentation unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::winleft left window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::wintop top window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::winright right window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::winbottom bottom window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::attribute text attribute unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::normattr normal attribute unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::currmode current video mode: BW40, BW80, C40, C80, or C4350 unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::screenheight text screen's height unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::screenwidth text screen's width unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::curx x-coordinate in current window unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::cury y-coordinate in current window Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libcaca from the source code. Version 0.99.beta18 Fri Apr 6 2012 caca_conio_text_info(3caca)

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