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1. What is Xterminal?
Xterminal is a Object Oriented User Interface with a client-server architecture. The main purpose is a friendly interface for the UNIX operating systems. It is designed to be used to build text-based applications in C++.
It consists in a complete object oriented library including multiple, resizeable, overlapping windows, pull-down menus, dialog boxes, buttons, scroll bars, input lines, check boxes, radio buttons, etc. Mouse support, advanced object management, events handling, communications between objects are provided, too, bundled with a complete programmer's manual.
2. Portability and development
The current stable version is Xterminal 1.0.7, released on December 22, 2002.
It is known to work on Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD, but should work without any modifications on other UNIXes too, because it uses "autoconf"/"automake" configuration scripts, and "ncurses" library, which ensure a high portability degree.
3. How to get the library and how to contact us
Go to download page.
Please send bug reports, suggestions, feedback, patches, or anything else that you think, to: email@example.com.
To subscribe to the Xterminal mailing list send a mail with subject "subscribe" to firstname.lastname@example.org.