SOURCE FILE DIRECTORY STRUCTURE
contains the user guide
contains some C and FORTRAN programs useful both in
testing and learning how to use the VOGLE library.
contains the source for generating fonts and the
hershey data for the Occidental and Oriental character sets.
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)
contains the C source for the Pascal-to-C interface library.
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The crayfort interface is no longer maintained.
An alternate C/Fortran interface based on the ISO C Binding standard of Fortran.
contains the primary C source files for VOGLE, and the
source for the FORTRAN and PASCAL interfaces
Contains the low-level interfaces
to specific output device formats used by remainder of the device-independent VOGLE library.
The man(1) pages for VOGLE.