On Mon, May 15, 2000 at 01:27:32PM +0100, C Hennessy mentioned:
> For anyone who is interested Motif has been opened up
> and teh source code is now available. It does not have an
> officially santioned "Open Source" license, but I understand that
> it is free to use on any "Open Source" platform.
>> For more checkout :
Why couldn't they have done this years ago ? It would have saved so much
time and effort. Don't care what anyone says - Motif was a nice toolkit to
program in, and it worked well. And it wasn't *that* memory hungry - about
2MB for everything...
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