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|Short description||A set of modules that provide bindings for SDL (Simple DirectMedia Layer) to enable Guile programmers to do all the nice things you can do with SDL.|
|Full description||Most of the SDL functions have been wrapped with the exception of a few functions that were too C-centric. The SDL Threads and the Audio functions haven't been included because of the problems with Guile code being run from more than one thread. However audio programming can be done with the module (sdl mixer) that requires the SDL_mixer library.|
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|Version date||December 15, 2011|
License: GNU GPL version 3
Real name: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Prerequisite kind: SDL
Prerequisite description: SDL is a library that allows you portable low-level access to a video framebuffer, audio output, mouse, and keyboard. With SDL, it is easy to write portable games for various operating systems.
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