Set pixel for Linux
Herbert Graf email (remove spam text)
was wondering if someone could give me some quick advice.
I need to write a quick program, running under Ubuntu. Basically I
simply need a form, and to be able to draw the pixels in the form to
whatever I want.
Speed isn't of utmost concern (obviously faster the better). I would
prefer a solution that uses C/C++ (simply because I have to merge this
project with existing code, don't want to spend too much time porting).
Can anybody point me to a simple example of a program that simply opens
a window and sets a single pixel, I can expand it from there! :)
Quick google searches have presented me with GTK being a possible
solution, but I'll be damned if I can find a SIMPLE example that creates
a form and draws a line or sets a pixel.
Thanks, in advance.
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