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glXGetClientString()					  glXGetClientString()

       glXGetClientString - return a string describing the client

       const char * glXGetClientString(
	       Display *dpy,
	       int name );

       Specifies  the  connection  to the X server.  Specifies which string is
       returned. One of GLX_VENDOR, GLX_VERSION, or GLX_EXTENSIONS.

       glXGetClientString() returns a string describing	 some  aspect  of  the
       client  library.	 The possible values for name are GLX_VENDOR, GLX_VER‐
       SION, and GLX_EXTENSIONS. If name is not set to one  of	these  values,
       glXGetClientString()  returns NULL. The format and contents of the ven‐
       dor string is implementation dependent.

       The extensions string is null-terminated and contains a space-separated
       list  of	  extension names. (The extension names never contain spaces.)
       If there are no extensions to GLX, then the empty string is returned.

       The version string is laid out  as  follows:  <major_version.minor_ver‐
       sion><space><vendor-specific info> Both the major and minor portions of
       the version number are of arbitrary length.  The vendor-specific infor‐
       mation is optional.  However, if it is present, the format and contents
       are implementation specific.

       glXGetClientString() is available only if the GLX  version  is  1.1  or

       If  the	GLX  version is 1.1 or 1.0, the GL version must be 1.0. If the
       GLX version is 1.2, then the GL version must be 1.1.

       glXGetClientString() only returns information about GLX extensions sup‐
       ported by the client. Call glGetString() to get a list of GL extensions
       supported by the server.

       glXQueryVersion(3),    glXQueryExtensionsString(3),     glXQueryServer‐


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