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X Windows Libraries for RISC OS
Information and libraries relating to running X Windows programs on RISC OS
XLib replacement library for RISC OS. ChoX11 allows X Windows programs to run as native RISC OS Wimp tasks. This means that potentially, many hundreds of X applications could be converted to run on RISC OS, filling in the gaps in the software base. The importance of this library should not be underestimated.
RiscXLib is a set of libraries and headers for the X Window System. It allows you to compile and link X clients either alongside ChoX11 or as regular X applications in which case they need an XServer to display on. This is a much updated version based upon the original by Leo White.
RiscXLib's libraries were built from X.org CVS source, cross compiled using GCCSDK. Doing this yourself will enable use of ChoX11 in the same environment.
Once you have applied the patches, place the configuration file into the config/cf directory. Then
make World CROSSCOMPILEDIR=/home/riscos/env/cross
"make Everything" or just "make" for subsequent builds, unless you want to rebuild everything from clean.
Leo White's homepage including RiscX, a RISC OS X Server, and the original RiscXLib.
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GCC for RISC OS, GCC tutorial, GCC common switches, GCC for beginners, UnixLib, ELFLoader