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       xforms -   A GUI Toolkit for X Window Systems


       Forms  Library  for  X  (xforms) is a GUI toolkit and builder for the X
       Window Systems and runs on all major UNIX platforms as well as  OpenVMS
       and  OS2.   Forms  Library  is too complex to be described in the "man"
       page format.  Ask your system administrator for  the  location  of  the
       HTML,  PDF  or  PostScript  document  or  follow the links on the Forms
       Library's home page for an online version of the documentation.


       Forms Library is a graphical user interface toolkit based on Xlib for X
       Window  Systems.  It  comes with a rich set of objects such as buttons,
       browsers, sliders and menus integrated  into  an  elegant  event/object
       callback  execution  model  that allows fast and easy construction of X
       applications. In addition, the library has support for image  read  and
       write,  format  conversion  and  simple  image  processing. The library
       consists of a flexible set of C-routines that can be used in C and  C++
       programs  (As  of this writing, perl, ada95, pascal, scheme and Fortran
       bindings to the Forms Library are in beta.)

       The library is efficient and  portable  and  runs  on  all  major  Unix
       platforms,  including  Sun, SGI, HP, DEC Alpha/OSF, IBM RS6000, Convex,
       Cray,  Linux,  FreeBSD,  NetBSD,  SCO,  Unixware,   OpenBSD   ,   BSDi,
       DecSystem(mips)/Ultrix and others.  Non-unix platforms include OpenVMS,
       OS/2, and Window/NT.

       Bundled with the library is also a Form designer, fdesign, which can be
       used  to build interaction forms in a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you
       get) way and to generate the corresponding C (or  any  of  the  binding
       languages) code for you.  50+ demos in source code are distributed with
       the library.


       All programs written using the Forms Library  recognize  the  following
       command line options

       -display host:dpy
             specifies the server to connect to.

       -bw borderwidth
             specifies the border width to use for built-in objects.

             prints the xforms version information.

       -visual visualName
             requests  a  visual by name such as TrueColor etc. By default the
             Forms Library always selects the visual that has the most depth.

       -depth depth
             requests a specific depth.

       -fldebug level
             generates some info about the state of the XForms.   where  level
             is  an integer between 1-5 and controls the amount of information
             to output. Depending on the options used when the  Forms  Library
             was built, a level more than 3 might not be available.

       -sync runs  the application in synchronous mode with debug level set to

             requests a private colormap for the application.

             requests a shared colormap even if  the  application  needs  more
             colors  than  available. For those colors that can't be allocated
             in the shared colormap, substitutions are  made  so  the  closest
             matching color is used.

             requests a standard colormap.

       -name  newname
             specifies  the  application  name under which resources are to be
             obtained, rather than the default executable file name.


       fdesign(1L), fd2ps(1L)


       Copyright (c) 1996-2002 T.C. Zhao, Mark Overmars and Steve Lamont
       Since 2002: GNU Lesser General Public License
       Maintainers: Jean-Marc Lasgouttes, Angus Leeming, Jens  Thoms  Toerring


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