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Re: [suse-programming-e] XmCreateMenuBar replacement
  • From: Colin Carter <colincarter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 00:11:26 +1000
  • Message-id: <200505030011.26956.colincarter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Monday 02 May 2005 23:38, William A. Mahaffey III wrote:
> Colin Carter wrote:
> >On Monday 02 May 2005 01:08, Synthetic Cartoonz wrote:
> >>On Sunday 01 May 2005 06:27, Colin Carter wrote:
> >>>I am trying to use the following functions but I can't find them in 64
> >>>bit files. Does anybody have any idea, or can suggest equivalent
> >snip>
> >>Maybe you don't have everything installed for development regarding the
> >> Xt Intrinsics and Motif? (Correct paths to find include files?
> >You hit the button: I have no Xm stuff; just the X11 and Xt stuff.
> >>I found some suggested guidance here:
> >>
> >Thanks for this -
> >This site has plenty of reading, and appears to be excellent, so thank
> >Big question:
> >X11 and Xt are essentially "part of the Linux platform" in a sense and I
> >believe that their use is completely free.
> >However, I understand that Motif went commercial; but what is the status
> > of Motif now?
> >I also see that Qt came with my SuSE 64. What is the commercial status
> >of using this?
> >Colin
> Motif started out commercial, sorta went non-commercial, & now is back
> to commercial, I *think*. You could try lesstif or some such. My SuSE
> 8.2 (32-bit) box (this one, as it happens ;-) ) has the Xm developement
> stuff already on it (by default, I *think*) ....
Thanks William III
I've heard of lesstif, but the limit of my knowledge of it.

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