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XmResolvePartOffset API?
[Last modified: July 96]

Answer: Daniel Dardailler (daniel@x.org) recently provided the following URL:

http://www.x.org/people/daniel/xmresolve
Achieving Binary Compatibility using the XmResolvePartOffset API

which addresses the problem caused by the fact that many widget writers "never
used the XmResolvePartOffsets API in their subclass code, therefore ensuring
it will break when dynamically relinked with newer version of libXm".

Unfortunately, this URL is no longer valid.  Does anyone know of a new
location?  Thanks.

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