Xgrass and ogl3d on Linux

Justin Hickey jhickey
Wed Mar 12 05:23:01 EST 1997


>From a previous post of mine

> You should also be aware that xgrass will not compile with Motif 2.0 and
> above. We found that xgrass uses functions that no longer exist in Motif 2.0.
> The only fix that was found for this was taking declarations of the functions
> from a previous version of Motif and copying them into a header file used by
> the source files that referenced the old Motif functions. OSF informed me
> the definitions of the functions still exist in the library but they removed
> the declarations from the header files. Unfortunately, we didn't get a chance
> to test this fix (priorities got changed and we had GRASS running on our SGI
> already) so I'm not sure if it will work. The greater concern is what to do
> with xgrass when OSF removes the functions from the Motif library.

I hope this helps.


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