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Re: X-Windows programming in C++
X offers you literally hazaar choices like GTK, Qt, XForms, Motif etc.
I use Qt. It's good and easy. You can look into /usr/doc/qt*(version depends
upon your installation and distribution). That will give you enough clue about
Note it's nothing more than a personal preference and experience. You will get
different advices... You choose...
Shine Vijayan wrote:
> I am in the process of porting a Adobe Acrobat plug-in developed on Windows
> platform to Linux platform.
> Can anybody help me with information and resources for X-Windows programming
> and Linux Programming using C++.
> To be more specific information and resources for Acrobat plug-in
> development on Linux.