Add entry for docbook generated docs
rewording so easier to understand
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|== Opposite of Dependencies ==||== Components that depend on libXRandR: ==|
- X Resize and Rotate library
The RandR 1.2 extension first appeared in Xserver 1.3. It provides automatic discovery of modes (resolutions, refresh rates, ...) together with the ability to configure outputs dynamically (resize, rotate, move, ...)
Components that depend on libXRandR:
IRC - irc.freenode.net #xorg, #xorg-devel
Mailing List (Like many other X.org packages)
In addition to the RandR X protocol, an official configuration utility (named xrandr) is maintained in the freedesktop git repository.
Protocol specification (Docbook output) <- point to symlink 'latest'
RandR 1.2 overview from Debian
X Configuration from Ubuntu
Documentation from Intel on setting up dual head configuration with RandR 1.2
XrandR 1.2 HowTo from ThinkWiki
A Newbie's Guide from Phoronix
A short how-to on writing an X.Org driver, updated to include RandR 1.2.