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VxLib

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.

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  •  10 Feb 2002 04:20

    Release Notes: A new ability to make/use a VxLib shared library, and other minor improvements and fixes to several widgets.

    •  04 Jan 2002 01:30

      Release Notes: Minor fixes and new features.

      •  01 Jan 2002 08:09

        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.

        •  12 Dec 2001 10:47

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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