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GNU’s Network Object Model Environment

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Miguel de Icaza Issue #58, February 1999 What is GNOME and where is it heading? Miguel tells us all. GNOME is an acronym for GNU’s Network Object Model Environment. GNOME addresses a number of issues that have not previously been addressed in the UNIX world, such as: Providing a consistent user interface. Providing user-friendly tools and making them powerful by ...

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Rapid Prototyping with Tcl/Tk

Richard Schwaninger Issue #49, May 1998 A discussion of rapid prototyping and how it can benefit programmers in creating software to match the customer’s needs. Creating software is a complex process that embeds the programmer in rules and constraints. Customer needs fight against bugs in the program, and usability fights against production costs. The current procedure to solve all these ...

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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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