Mon Sep 14 23:58:00 GMT 1998
At the very least, many individuals prefer to retain X11R6.3 instead
of the newer version. This is due to The Open Group's new, more
restrictive licensing, see http://www.xfree86.org for more detail.
I am uncertain as to the reason for two X11R6.3 ports.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [ mailto:email@example.com ]
Sent: Sunday, September 13, 1998 8:51 AM
I'm just wondering why there are three ports of X11 to cygwin32.
There's X11R6.3 ported by Andy Piper and Arlindo da Silva and X11R6.4
ported by Sergey Okhapkin. As I want to include something about that
in the mini FAQ: Could someone (especially the porters of course :)
explain me, why they exist and which one is going to be the 'standard'
X11 package for cygwin32. Also I would like to know, which one is the
most advanced and/or newbie-friendly. I would also be interested in
pages where configuration information for cygwin32 can be found.
Thanks in advance.
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