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The libX11 library, also known as "Xlib", provides a means of communicating
with an X server via the X protocol.
Xlib provides low-level functionality, dealing mostly with the wire protocol
and in terms of basic operations such as opening and closing the connection
to the X server, creating graphics contexts, drawing graphics primitives such
as lines, arcs, and glyphs, handling events, and so forth. A set of
dynamically-loadable internationalization modules is also part of this
package, though not in the libX11 shared object itself.
Application programmers who are new to the X Window System will likely find
one of the many "Toolkit" libraries far more convenient to program against
than Xlib directly. Examples of popular toolkit libraries are GTK+, Qt,
XForms, LessTif, and Athena.
libx11-6 depends on xlibs-data for locale data and the X error and keysym
|Abhängig von||libc6 (>= 2.3.2.ds1-21), x11-common (>> 4.3.0), xlibs-data, debconf (>= 0.5) | debconf-2.0|
|Ersetzt||xlibs (< < 4.3.0)|
|Kollidiert mit||xlibs (< < 4.3.0)|