Commercial: Bimail 400
Contact: BIM (+32-2-759.59.25) email@example.com
Bimail is a complete X.400 electronic mail system. It consists
in a user interface which gives access to all X.400 services
with a consistent look and feel, a message transfer agent (MTA) system
which can transfer messages over X.25, TP.4 and TCP/IP (using RFC 1006).
A gateway to SMTP mail is also available.
a day/week/month/year at-a-glance calendar and almanac.
Contact: Bill Randle, Tektronix, Inc. <billr@saab.CNA.TEK.COM>
a SunView program that was converted to XView, and is included with the
GNU emacs distribution.
manual page browser
Free: WorkMan - Audio CD player for X11 (Sun, Ultrix, HPUX, Linux)
Requirements: XView libraries
Ftp: Source; sample database; Ultrix, HP binaries: ftp.hyperion.com in /WorkMan
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (Steven Grimm)
Free: pan - Postit notes
Networked, distributed text-retrieval system. OLIT-based front end.
You might to need to add -lce to the Makefile.
Free: xrolo - Rolodex card index/address book
An XView program for showing a text file, like more(1).
Commercial: SearchIt 1.0
Contact: SunSoft or SunExpress
US: 1-800-873-7869; UK: 0800 89 88 88
Germany: 01 30 81 61 91; France: 05 90 61 57
Platforms: SPARC, Solaris 1.x
SearchIt is a full text search and retrieval application designed to
improve individual and group productivity. It makes an index to files
and can later retrieve documents by words or phrases, ranking the results
in relevance order.
Conferencing software that lets multiple connected users share the same
drawing screen, with bitmap capture and moveable pointer.
You can only run one ShowMe per computer, so you have to have a CPU per
Free: xvman - Man Pages viewer
I can't find this, but see the olxvman.
Free: xvtdl - ToDo List manager
Ftp: export.lcs.mit.edu /contrib/xvtdl-4.0.tar.Z, /contrib/xvtdl-4.0-README
Requirements: XView libraries
Contact: Mike Jipping email@example.com (BITNET: JIPPING@HOPE)
Organisation: Hope College Department of Computer Science
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org +1 (205) 844-2280
Ftp: ftp.eng.auburn.edu; pub/name_finder1.2.tar.Z.
Requirements: OpenWindows 3.0, C++ 2.1 or greater to recompile
name_finder was orginally designed as a replacement for the name finder
missing from the OpenWindows Version 3.0 mailtool. It has since grown
into a tool for several electronic mail related activities including:
interaction with local ListServ robots for handling mail lists,
requesting Full.Name style mail aliases from your local PostMaster, and
providing mailbox status information ala finger(1).
name_finder is written in C++ (cfront 2.1) using gxv++ version 1.1.
If you don't have access to a C++ compiler, a precompiled sparc
executable is included in the distribution.
Free: bibcard interface for BiBTeX databases
Ftp: iamsun.unibe.ch in /X11/Bibcard-1.11.tar.Z
Ftp: includes source and SPARC binary for SunOS 4.1.1.
GUI for mantaining bibliography databases which can be used with
LaTeX, TeX and FrameMaker
Free: moxftp -- interface to ftp.
Ftp: ftp.chpc.utexas.edu as file /packages/X/xftp.1.1.tar.Z.
Contact: Bill Jones email@example.com
Requirements: X11, OLIT or Motif or Athena widgets
formerly called xftp.
compiles under (at least) Ultrix, AIX 3.1.5, AIX 3.2, Convex OS, SunOS,
Unicos 6.1.4, and IRIX. Uses OLIT.
BUG: can also use OSF/Motif and Athena widgets.
Free: olvwm -- OPEN LOOK Virtual Window Manager
contact: Scott Oaks
Ftp: export.lcs.mit.edu in the contrib directory
Patches: there are two patches
Requirements: XView 3
Olvwm is a version of olwm that manages a `virtual desktop' (hence the
`v' in its name). It shows a little map on the screen, with the
currently displayed area represented by a little rectangle. You can
move around by dragging the rectangle or with the arrow keys. This
lets you run several clients (applications) and move the display around
from one to the other. Olvwm was derived from the OpenWindows 3.0 olwm.
Free: ftptool -- OPEN LOOK front-end to ftp
Ftp: export.lcs.mit.edu in /contrib
Contact: The Turing Institute
Requirements: OpenWindows 3 (running the xnews server, not X11)
Hypertext package written entirely in NeWS. Runtime from turing.com
in /pub or ftp.uu.net (graphics/NeWS/HyperLook1.5-runtime.tar.Z)
Maestro (ftp from sioux.stanford.edu)
Multimedia authoring tools, including support for sound, text & video.
Requirements: XView libraries (Version 3)
Contact: Hans de Graaff <J.J.deGraaff@TWI.TUDelft.NL>
xvnews is a newsreader for Usenet news, based on the XView toolkit.
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