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Motif FAQ (Part 8 of 9)
Section - 261) Is there a program that can convert a UIL file to tclMotif? I

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have an old Motif program that I used on SCO unix. Now that I switched to
Linux, I would like to "reprogram" it without the Motif libraries under Linux.
[Last modified: Aug 95]

Answer: Jan Newmarch (jan@ise.canberra.edu.au) writes:

The latest version of tclMotif (v 1.3) will allow you to load uil files
(actually, the uid files output from the uil compiler) directly into tclMotif.
So you don't need to convert at all.

The source is available at ftp.x.org. This, plus a Linux binary are also at
ftp://ftp.canberra.edu.au/pub/motif/tclMotif (Thanks to Ben Elliston
(ben@ise.canberra.edu.au) for correcting this URL.)

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