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fltk(3) 						     Library Functions Manual							   fltk(3)

NAME
fltk - the fast light tool kit SYNOPSIS
The Fast Light Tool Kit ("FLTK", pronounced "fulltick") is a C++ graphical user interface toolkit for the X Window System, MacOS(r), and Microsoft Windows(r) that supports OpenGL(r). It was originally developed by Mr. Bill Spitzak and is currently maintained by a small group of developers across the world with a central repository in the US. FLTK is provides under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License, with the following exceptions: 1. Modifications to the FLTK configure script, config header file, and makefiles by themselves to support a specific platform do not constitute a modified or derivative work. The authors do request that such modifications be contributed to the FLTK project - send all contributions to "fltk-bugs@fltk.org". 2. Widgets that are subclassed from FLTK widgets do not constitute a derivative work. 3. Static linking of applications and widgets to the FLTK library does not constitute a derivative work and does not require the author to provide source code for the application or widget, use the shared FLTK libraries, or link their applications or widgets against a user-supplied version of FLTK. If you link the application or widget to a modified version of FLTK, then the changes to FLTK must be provided under the terms of the LGPL in sections 1, 2, and 4. 4. You do not have to provide a copy of the FLTK license with programs that are linked to the FLTK library, nor do you have to iden- tify the FLTK license in your program or documentation as required by section 6 of the LGPL. However, programs must still identify their use of FLTK. The following example statement can be included in user documentation to satisfy this requirement: [program/widget] is based in part on the work of the FLTK project (http://www.fltk.org). SEE ALSO
fltk-config(1), fluid(1) FLTK Programming Manual FLTK Web Site, http://www.fltk.org/ AUTHORS
Bill Spitzak and others. 6 January 2002 Fast Light Tool Kit fltk(3)

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PINENTRY-CURSES(1)					      General Commands Manual						PINENTRY-CURSES(1)

NAME
pinentry-curses - PIN or pass-phrase entry dialog for GnuPG SYNOPSIS
pinentry-curses [OPTION...] DESCRIPTION
pinentry-curses is a program that allows for secure entry of PINs or pass phrases. That means it tries to take care that the entered information is not swapped to disk or temporarily stored anywhere. This functionality is particularly useful for entering pass phrases when using encryption software such as GnuPG or e-mail clients using the same. It uses an open protocol and is therefore not tied to par- ticular software. pinentry-curses implements a PIN entry dialog using the curses tool kit, meaning that it is useful for users working in text mode without the X Window System. There are other flavors that implement PIN entry dialogs that use an X tool kit. If you have installed any of the latter programs then this program is not necessary because the X flavors automatically fall back to text mode if X is not active. pinentry-curses is typically used internally by gpg-agent. Users don't normally have a reason to call it directly. OPTIONS
--version Print the program version and licensing information. --help Print a usage message summarizing the most useful command-line options. --debug, -d Turn on some debugging. Mostly useful for the maintainers. Note that this may reveal sensitive information like the entered pass phrase. --enhanced, -e Ask for timeouts and insurance, too. Note that this is currently not fully supported. --no-global-grab, -g Grab the keyboard only when the window is focused. Use this option if you are debugging software using pinentry-curses; otherwise you may not be able to to access your X session anymore (unless you have other means to connect to the machine to kill pinen- try-curses). --parent-wid N Use window ID N as the parent window for positioning the window. Note, that this is not fully supported by all flavors of pinentry. --display STRING, --ttyname STRING, --ttytype STRING, --lc-type STRING, --lc-messages STRING These options are used to pass localization information to pinentry-curses. They are required because pinentry-curses is usually called by some background process which does not have any information on the locale and terminal to use. Assuan protocol options are an alternative way to pass these information. SEE ALSO
pinentry-gtk-2(1), pinentry-qt(1), pinentry-fltk(1), pinentry-gnome3(1), pinentry-tty(1), gpg(1), gpg-agent(1) The full documentation for pinentry-curses is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the pinentry-doc package is installed, the command info pinentry should give you access to the complete manual. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Peter Eisentraut for the Debian project. 27 Jan 2005 PINENTRY-CURSES(1)
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