Guis widget server is a Gtk2 widget server. It listens on pipes for widget requests (in the Python or Ruby (or Slang, etc.) scripting languages), and emit replies or events in textual lines (e.g. Lispy, XML or plain token syntax). It is useful for programs (in particular setuid programs) and scripts that don't or can't link the Gtk2 libraries and need to delegate the user interface to another process.
Enhanced Dispositioned Keyboard consists of a C++ library (libedk), a keyboard layout editor (edk), and a simple test application. It supplies support for multiple keyboard layouts in one application without the need for additional keyboard switches, and makes it simple to create applications that use English (Latin), Russian (Cyrillic), Chinese, and every other Unicode character set.
[incr Widgets] is an object-oriented mega-widget set which extends Tcl/Tk and is based on [incr Tcl] and [incr Tk]. This set of mega-widgets delivers many new, general purpose widgets like option menus, comboboxes, selection boxes, and various dialogs whose couterparts are found in Motif and Windows. Since [incr Widgets] is based on the [incr Tk] extension, the Tk framework of configuration options, widget commands, and default bindings is maintained. In other words, each [incr Widgets] mega-widget seamlessly blends with the standard Tk widgets. They look, act and feel like Tk widgets. In addition, all [incr Widgets] mega-widgets are object oriented and may themselves be extended, using either inheritance or composition.