GIMP - GNU Image Manipulator GIMP is a freely distributed piece of software suitable for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. For XWindows (Nov 1998)
GTK - Motif alternative for XWindows GTK is a library for creating graphical user interfaces for the X Window System. GTK+ is written in C with a very object-oriented approach. Language bindings exist for C++, Perl, Python, Objective C, and others. (Nov 1998)
InterViews - GUI class library Stanford's own GUI framework (Sep 1998)
ivtools - structured document frameworks ivtools is a layered collection of C++ frameworks for developing interactive structured graphic and structured document applications. It contains an alternate distribution of InterViews and Unidraw, Supports IRIX, Linux, Solaris (Sep 1998)
JX - C++ Framework for XWindows JX is a full-featured application framework and widget library for XWindows. Supports all types of application development and combine the best of MacOS and NeXTSTEP. Built on Xlib and optimized for performance. Free for non-commercial users only. (Apr 1998)
KDE - K Destop Environment for Unix KDE is a completely new desktop with a large suite of applications for Unix workstations. While KDE includes a window manager, file manager, panel, control center and more. SGI, HP-UX, M68K, Linux, and others. (Dec 1998)
LessTif - freeware Motif clone LessTif is a clone of the Motif toolkit. Currently LessTif is partially implemented with most of the API in place. Ultimately, the goal of LessTif is to be binary compatible with Motif shared libraries. Supports most Unix, Linux, Win32, and OS/2. (Mar 1998)
Motif++ - an O-O interface Motif++ - A wrapper-library, that encapsulates Motif widgets in C++ classes. All resources of these Widgets can now be set through member-functions, while objects can be used in callback-functions. (Mar 1998)
OffiX - application framework for XWindows The OffiX Project is an attempt to make Unix systems more user-friendly. It is an Application Programming Interface for Unix / X, written in C++ OffiX is intended to become an object oriented Framework for interactive applications (Sep 1998)
Technical XWindow System and Motif WWW Sites Kenton Lee's Technical S Window System and Motif WWW Sites provides links to online tutorials, X specifications, tools and applications, newsgroups, mailing lists, books, and all things Xwindows, Motif, CDE, and more. (Nov 2002)
UPS - XWindows hosted debugger Ups is a source level C, C++ and Fortran debugger that runs under X11. It can be built to run native or as a front-end to gdb. Includes C interpreter that can be used for macros. Supports Solaris, FreeBSD, Linux, and others. (Mar 1999)
X Windows/MOTIF Tutorial Dr. Dave Marshall of the University of Wales (Cardiff) presents two-dozen chapters for learning how to develop X/Motif programs in C. (Feb 1998)
XAnim - animation player NOT just for XWindows XAnim is a program for playing a wide variety of animation, audio and video formats (AVI, Quicktime, AU, MPEG, and more) on unix X11 machines. It has also been ported to VAX/VMS, Win95/NT, OS/2 and the Amiga by others. Freeware with source. (Nov 1998)
XArt - graphics editor for XWindows XArt (formerly "quill") was originally derived from XPaint but is a vast improvement. A great freehand bitmap graphics editor with lots of brushes, able to load and save a variety of file formats. Freeware for all XWindows platforms. (Nov 1998)
XEmacs - XWindows based Emacs XEmacs is a powerful, extensible text editor with full GUI support, initially based on an early version of GNU Emacs 19 from the Free Software Foundation and since kept up to date with recent versions of that product. Supports Linux. Freeware in C. (Mar 1999)
Xenon - XWindows based text editor Xenon is a simple X-based text editor. It does not use Motif or any other UI library. Includes search, regex, multiple file editing, unlimited undo/redo. Freeware with source in C. For SGI or Linux. (Mar 1999)
See also: LinuxSee Also: if you are interested in XWindows you may find related topics in Linux
Books about XWindowsA complete list of books on XWindows available through Amazon.COM