mGEff API Reference  v1.5.0
An animation framework for MiniGUI apps

mGEff - An animation framework for MiniGUI.

mGEff is a component of MiniGUI, which provides an animation framework on MiniGUI.

This is the mainline release of mGEff for MiniGUI Version 3.2.x or later.


Building Instructions

To build and install mGEff:

$ ./configure
$ make; sudo make install

mGEff also provides some configuration options to customize the features. For more information, please run

$ ./configure --help


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