- open-motif-jdk Motif X11 Toolkit (industry standard GUI (IEEE 1295))
- IGNORE: "cannot be built separately"
Port Added: 31 Jan 2005 16:43:35
License: not specified in port
Motif(r) is the industry standard graphical user interface, (as defined by
the IEEE 1295 specification), used on more than 200 hardware and software
platforms. It provides application developers, end users, and system
vendors with the industry's most widely used environment for standardizing
application presentation on a wide range of platforms. Motif is the
leading user interface toolkit for the UNIX(r) system.
Here is what you might ask. (excerpted from The Open Group FAQ)
Q: What is Open Motif? How does it differ from standard Motif?
A: Aside from some different copyright and license statements, both
Motif and Open Motif share the same functionality and source code. The
primary difference is the software license for each of the software
products. Open Motif source code and binaries can be distributed royalty
free under The Open Group Public License as long as the operating system
upon which Open Motif is running meets the OSI's Open Source Definition.
Motif is made available under the standard Open Group software licenses
and requires the payment of source code and royalty fees.
NOTE: Some ports with GNU configure do not know that Motif 2.1 requires -lXp.
In that case, you need to edit Makefile after configure, or, hack
configure(.in) before configure.
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- Master port: x11-toolkits/open-motif
NOTE: FreshPorts displays only information on required and default dependencies. Optional dependencies are not covered.Build dependencies:
- gmake : devel/gmake
- imake : devel/imake-4
There are no ports dependent upon this port
- X11.6 : x11/XFree86-4-libraries
No options to configure
Number of commits found: 2
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|10 Mar 2005 16:43:57
Its functionality was integrated to open-motif port, remove.
|31 Jan 2005 16:43:03
Add kinda special slave port for open-motif, which is expected
to be used while building of native jdk ports. In conjunction with
additional rules in jdk's Makefile it'll allow avoid installing of
open-motif while building of jdk and include special patch which fixes
Drag'n'Drop support for Sun's JDK by default.
Number of commits found: 2
10 vulnerabilities affecting 18 ports have been reported in the past 14 days
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