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Building Projects With Imake

Otto Hammersmith Issue #48, April 1998 Here’s an explanation of how Imake works and how you can use it to build your executables—an article for programmers with C and Unix programming skills. Imake is tool for configuring the X Window System and its components for different platforms and compilers. Imake allows you to create a generic description of how your ...

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Tcl/Tk with C for Image Processing

Siome K. Goldenstein Issue #37, May 1997 See how to use a mix of Tcl, Tk, and C to make image manipulation both easy and efficient. To start an implementation in C from scratch for an image processing (or manipulation) program is a difficult task. It is necessary not only to develop an internal data structure, but also to write ...

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Getting to Know gdb

Michael Loukides Andy Oram Issue #29, September 1996 It’s worth making friends with a good C debugger. There are many reasons you might need a debugger—the most obvious being that you’re a programmer and you’ve written an application that doesn’t work right. Beyond this, Linux depends heavily both on sharing source code and on porting code from other Unix systems. ...

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