~mil/sxmo-svkbd

2b985444adbeed0dd4a1429394e98bf3bf7ad158 — Christoph Lohmann 10 years ago e433818
Fixing README and the build environment.
3 files changed, 56 insertions(+), 40 deletions(-)

M Makefile
D README
A README.md
M Makefile => Makefile +12 -11
@@ 4,7 4,6 @@
include config.mk

SRC = svkbd.c
LAYOUTS = en de arrows

all: options svkbd-en



@@ 13,7 12,6 @@ options:
	@echo "CFLAGS   = ${CFLAGS}"
	@echo "LDFLAGS  = ${LDFLAGS}"
	@echo "CC       = ${CC}"
	@echo "LAYOUT   = ${LAYOUT}"

config.h: config.mk
	@echo creating $@ from config.def.h


@@ 27,9 25,12 @@ svkbd-%: layout.%.h config.h ${SRC}

clean:
	@echo cleaning
	@for i in ${LAYOUTS}; \
	@for i in svkbd-*; \
	do \
		rm -f svkbd-$$i 2> /dev/null; \
		if [ -x $$i ]; \
		then \
			rm -f $$i 2> /dev/null; \
		fi \
	done; true
	@rm -f ${OBJ} svkbd-${VERSION}.tar.gz 2> /dev/null; true



@@ 38,9 39,9 @@ dist: clean
	@mkdir -p svkbd-${VERSION}
	@cp LICENSE Makefile README config.def.h config.mk \
		${SRC} svkbd-${VERSION}
	@for i in ${LAYOUTS}; \
	@for i in layout.*.h; \
	do \
		cp layout.$$i.h svkbd-${VERSION}; \
		cp $$i svkbd-${VERSION}; \
	done
	@tar -cf svkbd-${VERSION}.tar svkbd-${VERSION}
	@gzip svkbd-${VERSION}.tar


@@ 49,13 50,13 @@ dist: clean
install: all
	@echo installing executable files to ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/bin
	@mkdir -p ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/bin
	@for i in ${LAYOUTS}; \
	@for i in svkbd-*; \
	do \
		if [ -e svkbd-$$i ]; \
		if [ -x $$i ]; \
		then \
			echo CP svkbd-$$i; \
			cp svkbd-$$i ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/bin; \
			chmod 755 ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/bin/svkbd-$$i; \
			echo CP $$i; \
			cp $$i ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/bin; \
			chmod 755 ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/bin/$$i; \
		fi \
	done
#	@echo installing manual page to ${DESTDIR}${MANPREFIX}/man1

D README => README +0 -29
@@ 1,29 0,0 @@
svkbd - simple virtual keyboard
===============================
svkbd is a small X client application usefull for emulating a keyboard
on the screen.


Requirements
------------
In order to build svkbd you need the Xlib and XTest header files.


Installation
------------
Edit config.mk to match your local setup (svkbd is installed into
the /usr/local namespace by default).

Afterwards enter make svkbd.<LAYOUT> to compile svkbd, where <LAYOUT> can
be one of de, en, arrows. "make" defaults to svkbd.en, which is copied to
svkbd

Configuration
-------------
The configuration of svkbd is done by creating a custom config.h
and (re)compiling the source code.

You can define your own keyboard layouts by creating layout.<IDENTIFIER>.h.
Afterwards, build your customized version by executing

	make svkbd.<IDENTIFIER>

A README.md => README.md +44 -0
@@ 0,0 1,44 @@
SVKBD
=====
This is a simple virtual keyboard, intended to be used in environments,
where no keyboard is available.

Installation
------------

	% make
	% make install

This will create by default `svkbd-en`, which is svkbd using an English
keyboard layout. You can create svkbd for additional layouts by doing:

	% make svkbd-$layout

This will take the file `layout.$layout.h` and create `svkbd-$layout`.
`make install` will then pick up the new file and install it accordingly.

Usage
-----

	% svkbd-en

This will open svkbd at the bottom of the screen, showing the default
English layout.

	% svkbd-en -d

This tells svkbd-en to announce itself being a dock window, which then
is managed differently between different window managers. If using dwm
and the dock patch, then this will make svkbd being managed by dwm and
some space of the screen being reserved for it.

	% svkbd-en -g 400x200+1+1

This will start svkbd-en with a size of 400x200 and at the upper left
window corner.

Repository
----------

	hg clone http://hg.suckless.org/svkbd