- VERSION CHECKING
- SEE ALSO
Pigment - User interfaces with embedded multimedia
Pigment allows building of user interfaces with embedded multimedia components. It is designed with portability in mind and its plugin system will select a particular underlying graphical API on each platform. This module binds the pigment library to perl.
Initializes Pigment. Automatically parses
@ARGV, stripping any options known Pigment. This is called implicitly by
use Pigment; unless the
-no_init option is specified.
boolean = Pigment->init_check
Checks if initialization is possible. Returns a true value if so.
Runs the mainloop. Will not return until terminated with
Quits running the mainloop.
boolean = Pigment->events_pending
Checks if there are events that weren't processed by the mainloop yet. Blocks until at least one event was processed.
Run one iteration of the mainloop, then return.
Run one iteration of the mainloop, then return. Same as
main_iteration, but allows passing a false value as the only argument to prevent blocking if there are no events to be processed.
(major, minor, micro, nano) = Pigment->version
Returns the version information of the Pigment library this module was compiled against.
string = Pigment->version_string
Returns a textual description of the pigment library version.
List of automatically generated documentation.
Pigment library's website.
This is free software, licensed under:
The GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 2.1, February 1999
Florian Ragwitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2009 Florian Ragwitz