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authorAlanCoopersmith <AlanCoopersmith@web>2013-09-14 00:27:27 (GMT)
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- The [[XCB API|XcbApi]] is documented. There is also a [[tutorial]] and some random [[notes|XcbNotes]].
- People wanting to implement higher level applications can use [[xcb-util|XcbUtil]].
-- XCB is built atop an XML description of the X core protocol and common extension protocols called [[XML/XCB|XmlXcb]]. This protocol can be used in other interesting ways. Documentation of the X Window System protocol is also available at [X.org's website](ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/X11R7.0/doc/PDF/proto.pdf), and can be used in combination with XCB documentation as XCB functions largely reflect the protocol.
+- XCB is built atop an XML description of the X core protocol and common extension protocols called [[XML/XCB|XmlXcb]]. This protocol can be used in other interesting ways. Documentation of the X Window System protocol is also available at [X.org's website](http://www.x.org/releases/X11R7.7/doc/index.html#protocol), and can be used in combination with XCB documentation as XCB functions largely reflect the protocol.
- To aid in porting applications, you can configure Xlib to use XCB for the transport layer. We call this [[Xlib/XCB|XlibXcb]].
-- There is automatically-generated [documentation for the XCB protocol bindings](http://xcb.freedesktop.org/manual/).
+- There is automatically-generated [documentation for the XCB protocol bindings](http://xcb.freedesktop.org/manual/modules.html).
- The Windows (32 bit) port of XCB will be merged into the main code base soon. You can read more on that [[here|Win32Port]].
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