VxLib is a small C++ GUI framework for X Windows on Linux/UNIX. VxLib works on a "graphical character cell" basis which means it's smaller and a lot faster than graphics-heavy GUIs. It is highly portable due to its modular treatment of system dependent code. VxLib is very extendible, clean, simple and easy to program with.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A new ability to make/use a VxLib shared library, and other minor improvements and fixes to several widgets.
Release Notes: Minor fixes and new features.
Release Notes: Memory corruption bugs and problems with X window resizing were fixed. New features such as window IDs, resource management, window options, and palette and file selection dialogs were added. Other minor enhancements and bugfixes were also added.
No changes have been submitted for this release.