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/*!
@mainpage notitle
@section main_intro Introduction
GLFW is a free, Open Source, multi-platform library for OpenGL, OpenGL ES and
Vulkan application development. It provides a simple, platform-independent API
for creating windows, contexts and surfaces, reading input, handling events, etc.
@ref news_34 list new features, caveats and deprecations.
@ref quick_guide is a guide for users new to GLFW. It takes you through how to
write a small but complete program.
There are guides for each section of the API:
- @ref intro_guide – initialization, error handling and high-level design
- @ref window_guide – creating and working with windows and framebuffers
- @ref context_guide – working with OpenGL and OpenGL ES contexts
- @ref vulkan_guide - working with Vulkan objects and extensions
- @ref monitor_guide – enumerating and working with monitors and video modes
- @ref input_guide – receiving events, polling and processing input
Once you have written a program, see @ref compile_guide and @ref build_guide.
The [reference documentation](modules.html) provides more detailed information
about specific functions.
@ref moving_guide explains what has changed and how to update existing code to
use the new API.
There is a section on @ref guarantees_limitations for pointer lifetimes,
reentrancy, thread safety, event order and backward and forward compatibility.
The [FAQ](https://www.glfw.org/faq.html) answers many common questions about the
design, implementation and use of GLFW.
Finally, @ref compat_guide explains what APIs, standards and protocols GLFW uses
and what happens when they are not present on a given machine.
This documentation was generated with Doxygen. The sources for it are available
in both the [source distribution](https://www.glfw.org/download.html) and
[GitHub repository](https://github.com/glfw/glfw).
*/