Wed Sep 9 19:41:00 GMT 1998
> > I'm asking myself a question. Don't we need to port the X server part under
> > gnu win ? In fact, it's the only part we have to buy to make the Xclient
> > stuff works. Is it an idea or do you consider that the free stuff is
> > sufficient ?
> Quite a variety of native Win32 ports of X servers should work fine,
> be it a free or commercial one. You may want to try the free ones
> first and see how they work for you...
The two free x-servers for Win32 that I'm aware of are the M/IX server (mentioned elsewhere in this thread) and the StarNet server. The M/IX server is fair (does not support Athena widgets properly). The StarNet server is quite good, but the downloadable version will only run for 2 hours at a time.
I think we really need to port XFree86 to the cygwin environment. I've started looking into this, but it looks like it may be a big job (just look at the size of the diff file for the OS/2 port).
See the original message at http://www.findmail.com/list/gnu-win32/?start=7051
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