I don't use code::blocks, but this answer on stackoverflow looks like the right direction.
Yes it works for me too. I believe it was fixed with this pull requestPhylter wrote:The gadget issue appears to have been fixed in the 4.9 kernel in Arch Linux. This is kernel 4.9.14.
Have a look here Using GTK+ on the Framebufferpozz wrote:...I hope it is possible to redirect Gtk application framebuffer to /dev/fb1. Do you confirm?...
FLTK is written in C++. It has been around for a long time, but I haven't seen a C wrapper.John Public wrote:FLTK looks interesting but is there a C (not C++) wrapper?