Sources Of Information: netnews newsgroups: alt.toolkits.xview - best for specific XView questions comp.windows.open-look comp.windows.x - highest volume Watch for Frequently Asked Questions lists (such as this) in these groups. The article you are reading is part of the alt.toolkits.xview and comp.windows.open-look FAQ.
See the comp.windows.open-look FAQ, which lists several books on X
and XView. The O'Reiily books in particular are recommended.
the FTP site export.lcs.mit.edu, in directory /contrib, has the
full XView source (the latest release is 3.2), together with lots
of X programs. Programs whose name ends in "tool" or starts with
"xv" are often based on XView.
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