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SOURCE FILE DIRECTORY STRUCTURE

html
contains the user guide
EXE
contains some C and FORTRAN programs useful both in testing and learning how to use the VOGLE library.
../hershey
contains the source for generating fonts and the hershey data for the Occidental and Oriental character sets.
./sunfort
contains the C source for the FORTRAN77-to-C interface library used by the SunOS, Solaris, IRIX, IRIX64, ULTRIX, Tru64, AIX, Linux, CygWin, and HP-UX (with a special compiler switch required)
./sunpas
contains the C source for the Pascal-to-C interface library.
./inc
There are two include files with very similar names provided with the original vogle distribution: vogle.h and Vogle.h. The lowercase vogle.h is the C header file which most vogle C programs would include. The uppercase Vogle.h is the SUN Pascal header file which contains the forward/external declarations for Pascal. This header file should be included just after the program statement of a Pascal program.
The cray.h include file is needed on Cray UNICOS platforms using the interface crayfort/ C/Fortran interface instead of the interface contained in sunfort// The crayfort interface is no longer maintained.
./2003fort
An alternate C/Fortran interface based on the ISO C Binding standard of Fortran.
./src
This directory contains the primary C source files for VOGLE, and the source for the FORTRAN and PASCAL interfaces where available.
./drivers
Contains the low-level interfaces to specific output device formats used by remainder of the device-independent VOGLE library.
./man
The man(1) pages for VOGLE.