The following table lists the DPS libraries. The .so and .a files that comprise these libraries are located in the /usr/openwin/lib and /usr/openwin/lib/libp directories. For information on these libraries, see Programming the Display PostScript System with X and PostScript Language Reference Manual.
Table 2-1 DPS Libraries
The context creation routines (XDPSCreateSimpleContext and XDPSCreateContext) in libdps attempt to contact the DPS NX agent if they are unable to connect to the DPS/X extension. The NX client must be started manually, usually during the boot or X startup process.
The Adobe DPS NX agent, which is available from Adobe Systems Inc., is a separate process from the X server and the DPS/X client. When connected to the DPS NX agent, the client's DPS calls are intercepted and converted into standard X Protocol requests. Thus, a DPS client can run on an X server that does not natively support the DPS extension.