LibGx is a lightweight, non-intrusive C++ widget library for writing X11 applications. LibGx is non-intrusive so that it does not dictate the structure of main(). LibGx is built directly on top of Xlib, but does not wrap Xlib. Xlib is used by the programmer for its drawing routines, and Xlib structures are used when programing with or extending libGx. LibGx does not have (and does not need) its own internal event scheme or type.
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Release Notes: A problem with compiling on x64 was fixed and compile/include fixes were made for gcc 4.3.3.
Release Notes: Private event loops for widgets have been redesigned to give more control of the X Server file descriptor to the application programmer. Applications can now easily connect to multiple displays. Command line processing has been improved. Many small improvements and bugfixes have been made across the library.
No changes have been submitted for this release.