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gtk-options - Standard Command Line Options for GTK+ Programs

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NAME

gtk-options - Standard Command Line Options for GTK+ Programs

SYNOPSIS

program [standard options] [specific options] arguments

DESCRIPTION

This manual page describes the command line options, which are common to all GTK+ based applications.

OPTIONS

GTK+ OPTIONS

--gtk-module=MODULE
Load an additional Gtk module.
--gtk-debug=FLAGS
A colon separated list of GTK+ debugging flags to set. Valid flags are objects, misc, signals, dnd, and plugsocket. The special value all enables all flags.
--gtk-no-debug=FLAGS
GTK+ debugging flags to unset. Use this options to override the GTK_DEBUG environment variable.
--g-fatal-warnings
Make all warnings fatal.

GDK OPTIONS

--display=DISPLAY
Set the X display to use. Use this option to override the DISPLAY environment variable.
--screen=SCREEN
X screen to use. Use this options to override the screen part of the DISPLAY environment variable (see the DISPLAY NAMES section of the X(7x) manual page).
--sync
Make X calls synchronous. This slows down the program considerably, but may be useful for debugging purposes.
--no-xshm
Do not use the X server´s XSHM shared memory extension. This slows down the program.
--name=NAME
Program name as used by the window manager.
--class=CLASS
Program class as used by the window manager.
--gxid_host=HOST
--gxid_port=PORT
--xim-preedit
--xim-status
Control the X input method.
--gdk-debug=FLAGS
A colon-separated list of GDK debugging flags to set. This only works if your GDK library was compile with debugging support. Valid flags are events, misc, dnd, color-context, and xim. The special value all enables all valid flags.
--gdk-no-debug=FLAGS
A colon-separated list of GDK debugging flags to unset. Use this options to override the GDK_DEBUG environment variable.

SEE ALSO

X(7x), the GTK+ documentation, and the GDK documentation.
For most GTK+ programs there will be additional command line options, which are specific to the program. These will be explained in the application´s documentation.

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Jochen Voss <voss@debian.org>.
2003-10-20 GTK+ 1.2