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gnome-std-options(5) [debian man page]

gnome-std-options.5(5)                                  Standards, Environments, and Macros                                 gnome-std-options.5(5)

NAME
gnome-std-options - standard options available for most GNOME applications DESCRIPTION
A number of GNOME standard options are available for most GNOME applications. These options are based on GTK+, libbonobo, and libgnome. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: --class=class Set the class of a GTK+ program, for use by the window manager. --disable-crash-Disable the crash dialog. --disable-sound Disable sound server usage. --display=displaSpecify an X Display to use, where display is in the following format: hostname:displaynumber.screennumber --enable-sound Enable sound server usage. --espeaker=hostnSpecifytthe location of the sound server to use. --g-fatal-warninMake all GTK+ warnings fatal. This will cause the application to be killed when a warning is issued, rather than reporting this warning to sdterr. --gdk-debug=flagSpecify a list of GDK debug flags to set, in addition to those specified in the GDK_DEBUG environment variable. This option is only available if GTK+ has been configured with the --enable-debug=yes option. Valid flags values are as follows: o colormap o cursor o dnd o events o gc o gdkrgb o image o input o misc o multihead o nograbs o pixmap o xim For more information, please refer to the GTK+ source code. --gdk-no-debug=fSpecify a list of GDK debug flags to unset. This option is only available if GTK+ has been configured with the --enable- debug=yes option. Valid flags values are the same as for the --gdk-debug option. For more information, please refer to the GTK+ source code. --geometry=geomeSpecify the X geometry location for the application being launched, where geometry is in the following format: widthxheight+xoff+yoff --gtk-debug=flagSpecify a list of GTK+ options to set, in addition to those specified in the GTK_DEBUG environment variable. This option is only available if GTK+ has been configured with the --enable-debug=yes option. Valid flags values are as follows: o keybindings o misc o multihead o plugsocket o text o tree o updates For more information, please refer to the GTK+ source code. --gtk-module=modSpecify a list of GTK+ modules to load, in addition to those specifed in the GTK_MODULES environment variable. --gtk-no-debug=fSpecify a list of GTK+ options to unset. This option is only available if GTK+ has been configured with --enable-debug=yes option. Valid flags values are the same as for the --gtk-debug option. For more information, please refer to the GTK+ source code. --gxid-host=hostSpecify a host on which to connect the gxid daemon. This option overrides the GXID_HOST environment variable. This option is only available if GTK+ has been configured with the --gdk-target=x11 option. gxid is the GNOME X Input Daemon, which is distributed as part of GTK+. --gxid-port=portSpecify a port for the connection to the gxid daemon. This option overrides the GXID_PORT environment variable. This option is only available if GTK+ has been configured with the --gdk-target=x11 option. gxid is the GNOME X Input Daemon, which is distributed as part of GTK+. --help Display detailed usage message. You can also use -? to specify this option. --name=name Set the name of a GTK+ program, for use by the window manager. --oaf-activate-iSpecify an IID to activate. --oaf-ior-fd=fd Specify a File Descriptor on which to print IOR. --oaf-private Prevent registering of server with OAF. --screen=screen Specify an X Screen to use. This is only useful if more than one physical monitor is available. The default screen is 0. screen is an integer value in the range 0 to {NumberOfScreens - 1}. --sm-client-id=iSpecify a session management ID. --sm-config-prefSpecifyithe prefix of a saved configuration. --sm-disable Disable the connection to the session manager. --sync Specify that requests to the X Server should be sent synchronously. By default, such requests are sent asynchronously. This option is generally used when debugging an application, and should not be used in normal execution. --usage Display a brief usage message. --version Print the version information for the command. You can also use -v to specify this option. EXAMPLES
Example 1: Getting gnome-calculator usage example% gnome-calculator -usage Example 2: Launching ghex2 on host "Labrynth" with display 0 and screen 0 example% ghex2 --display=Labrynth:0.0 ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
See environ(5) for descriptions of the following environment variables: DISPLAY X Display on which the application should display. GDK_DEBUG If GTK+ has been configured with the --enable-debug=yes option, this variable can be set to a list of debug options that should be set for GDK. GTK_DEBUG If GTK+ has been configured with the --enable-debug=yes option, this variable can be set to a list of debug options that should be set for GTK. GTK_MODULES A list of GTK+ modules to load. GTK_PATH A list of directories to search when GTK+ is looking for dynamically loaded objects. GXID_HOST Host to which the gxid daemon should connect. GXID_PORT Port for the connection to the gxid daemon. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWgnome-* | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface stability |External | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
X(5), metacity(1), gtk-x11-2.0(1), gdk-x11-2.0(1), attributes(5), environ(5), libbonoboui(3), libbonobo-2(3), libbonobo-activation(3), gnome-session(1), libgnome-2(3), libesd(3) GTK+ source code Latest version of the GNOME Desktop User Guide for your platform. NOTES
Written by Matt Keenan, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2003. SunOS 5.10 9 Jan 2003 gnome-std-options.5(5)

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