Subject: Re: XView 3.2 (was: Re: XRetinaZ2 problems)
To: Hubert Feyrer <>
From: Andy Heffernan <>
List: amiga-x
Date: 04/10/1994 14:17:56
> Could you please upload it to (or if nobody else wants
> it, into

	OK, I have placed the following files in's
software/os/bsd/NetBSD/NetBSD-Amiga/incoming directory:

	   1041 Apr 10 14:11 xview32-10Apr94.README
	1778897 Apr 10 12:49 xview32-10Apr94.tar.gz

From the README file:


	This archive contains the clients, libs, config files,
includes, and a few bits of documentation for XView 3.2, an X toolkit
that implements the OpenLook user interface.

	They were built on a system running a kernel from sources
retrieved on 23 March 94, and binaries from Stephen Roznowski's 8 March
94 tar files.

Sample ldd output:

$ ldd /usr/bin/X11/olwm
	-lolgx.3 => /usr/lib/ (0x204e000)
	-lXext.5 => /usr/lib/ (0x2058000)
	-lX11.5 => /usr/lib/ (0x2060000)
	-lc.4 => /usr/lib/ (0x20aa000)

	The tar file was generated relative to root, and the XView
files were compiled with a ProjectRoot of /usr/X11R5, so they will be
placed into /usr/X11R5/lib, /usr/X11R5/man, /usr/X11R5/bin, etc.  I
have included some symbolic links from /usr/lib to /usr/X11R5/lib to
make life easier.

	The best documentation for XView is Dan Heller's XView
Programming Manual, published by O'Reilly & Associates, ISBN

Andy Heffernan