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Copyright (c) 2008 Stefan Endrullis, All Rights Reserved Disclaimer: =========== This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details. Description: ============ The intension of this contribution is to provide an object oriented interface to X11. It doesn't not cover all available X11 functions, but it supports major functions to manage the X11 desktop, windows and keys. If you want to help to extend this API, you're welcome! Project structure: ================== The project has been divided into two parts: - jnacontrib.x11.api - jnacontrib.c11.demos The first part contains the API files. The main class is the class X. The second part contains some demos showing you how you can use the API. X.java: ------- Object oriented interface to X11. It mainly contains methods related to window management but also some functions for keys. Static methods for getting information about Win32 accounts (users and groups). - list all domain users - list all domain groups - list all local or domain groups where a user belongs to - get account by SID - get SID of account - get domain controller name - get domain name X11KeySymDef.java ----------------- Class X11KeySymDef is a Java translation of keysymdef.h and contains all KeySym definitions of the X server. XDesktopDemo.java ----------------- Class XDesktopDemo is a small demonstration of the window management capabilities of X. It's a GUI which allows you to move windows to other desktops, switch to other desktops, hide all windows etc. XTestDemo.java -------------- This class demonstrates how you can use the "Test extension" of the X server, which allows you to simulate key and mouse events. Be careful when running the program, because it simulates keystrokes and "types" the words "hello world" in the active window.