Release Notes: Client-side anti-aliased fonts are supported via XFT. UTF-8 and UTF8_STRING atom support. The ability to show text and pixmaps in Label, LabelGadget, and all derived widgets Support for PNG and JPEG image formats in the same way as XPM is supported. Over 25 bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, with some 25+ bugfixes. Major work was done in ensuring that it is fully thread safe.
Release Notes: This release adds over 30 bugfixes including everything from elimination of compiler warnings to 64 bit support.
Release Notes: This is a major update to Open Motif. Ten new widgets have been added, including tabstacks, validating data entry fields, and trees. In addition, tooltips have been added to all visible widgets.
Release Notes: This release officially incorporates Open Group Patch 3 and Patch 4 into the Open Motif release. These patches include numerous bugfixes and updates to the Motif libraries, clients, and the demo source code. RPMs (version 4) are also provided for both Red Hat Linux 7, SuSE Linux 7.1, and other systems using glibc 2.2. An RPM for the latest Red Hat Itanium beta is also provided.
Release Notes: The latest release of Open Motif Everywhere has now been ported to the Intel IA64 processor running TurboLinux.
Release Notes: autoconfigure work, Metro Link patches, and patches to several other bugs found by MotifZone users.
Release Notes: The sources to Open Motif Everywhere can now be built with automake/autoconf/libtool instead of just imake. The sources are available under the "motifdevel" tag in the Open Motif CVS tree maintained at: http://cvs.motifzone.net/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/?cvsroot=motifconfigure. A project page and mailing list for this work is being maintained at: http://www.motifzone.net/projects/?group_id=12.
Release Notes: Correction to yesterday's posting. The current version is actually 2.1.30-2_ICS, and not 2.1.30-1_ICS. The release also includes bug fixes to mwm and to an Imakefile which were not mentioned yesterday.
Release Notes: This upgrade includes the first bugfixes generated by the Open Source Community. It also includes SRPMs for those wishing to build their own versions of Open Motif from source code.