Hi, Michael. I just downloaded the xwb file and installed on my linux box.
But when I try to start it, it complains that
XView warning: Unable to allocate control colors for colormap segment (Color
XView warning: invalid object (not a pointer), xv_get
Then the program would start, but when I tried the 'file ' menu it just opens
another window. If I try 'execute' the program dies. I'm sure it's a
configuration/installation problem, but don't know what to do.
>At sunsite.unc.edu in directory /pub/Linux/X11/xapps/editors or in a
>sunsite mirror, same path.
>Now the new Version 2.0 of xwb, X-window workbench is available.
>It is based on the Xlib and Xview libraries and looks similar to
>the "textedit"-editor from SUN, has mostly the same editing-functions
>making c-programming or textprocessing quite comfortable.
>Additionally is has buttons for starting compiler, textformatter
>or any other program that somehow converts files, and for executing,
>starting a viewer or similar (you can configurate everything yourself,
>TeX and GNU Compiler are pre-configured).
>The kind of configuration, is automatically detected in evaluating the
>file name (if it ends with .c or .tex, for example).
>The new version runs quite stable on my Linux machine, in the contrary
>to the previous Version - I re-wrote the Filemenu function.
>The compiler messages can be directed to an additional window, for so
>it allows processing it - but a function for automatically jumping
>to a line, where an error occurred isn't supported yet - you'll
>haveto wait for next version.
>I'm still working on a multiple-window method for working with C-projects,
>there are still some problems with the Xview library with creating
>textwindows outside of the main frame.
>Hope you'll enjoy working with xwb -
>Greetings, Michael Sohmen.
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