[GRASS-dev] Cairo monitor driver

Carlos "Guâno" Grohmann carlos.grohmann at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 17:56:53 EDT 2007

Can you give some examples of the usage? (not the final product, but
the commands)



On 10/15/07, Lars Ahlzen <lars at ahlzen.com> wrote:
> Brad Douglas wrote:
> >>> I can of course post code too, if anyone would be interested in actually
> >>> trying it.
> >> The code would certainly be useful.
> >
> > +1
> The source is up! Sorry about the delay.
> I do realize that this is not the ideal format. A patch against the
> current 6.3 CVS tree would probably have been better, but apparently CVS
> doesn't let you add files even to your local copy without write access
> to the repository... oh well..
> Anyhow, the code along with brief build and usage instructions are
> available at:
> http://lars.ahlzen.com/cairograss/
> The makefiles are a bit of a hack and need to be fixed. Hopefully
> they'll work, though. And the code in general is, as previously
> mentioned, experimental. But it can always be cleaned up if it seems
> worthwhile.
> Feel free to try it out, and let me know if (when?) you run into
> problems building or using it, or if you have any other feedback!
> I don't know what the policy is for posting experimental code like this
> to the patch tracker, so given its current state I opted for not doing
> this. Let me know if I should.
> / Lars
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