Xraw is derived from the well-known
Athena Widget Set called as
Xaw (author Chris D. Reterson formerly MIT X Consortium).
Some ideas were taken from three-D Xaw called as Xaw3d
(author Kaleb Keithley email@example.com) and from the well-known
Free Widget Foundation
library called as FWF
(the main person is Bert Bos) and
from many others public domain product.
The main inspiration for Xraw comes from OSF/Motif. So, Xraw is my modest attempt to remake Xaw by addding 3d shadow borders in display and, mainly to approach main public domain widget set as the Xaw is toward to OSF/Motif.
Some new widgets were created.
Xraw is compatible with R4 and R5. It compiles cleanly on SunOS 4.1.3, Ultrix 4.4, HP-UX A.09.05.
Xraw began as part of work on the LEaP molecular graphics
program in the AMBER Project at Peter Kollman's lab at
the University of California, San Francisco.
Bill Ross commissioned the work and provided helpful suggestions. It really could not have been done without him - thanks, Bill!
The picture was rendered by Gena Obukhov (firstname.lastname@example.org), a wizard of POV-Ray.
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Vladimir T. Romanovski
Institute for High Energy Physics (IHEP),
Department of Electronics and Automatization,
142284 Protvino, Serpukhov, Moscow region, RUSSIA
© Updated Jule 1996