I guess so, but you don't need it. Some of the best
stuff is published under the GNU copyright.
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>p.s: Is there such a thing as "shareware" in
> the Unix community???
Try ibuild. It is part of InterView, the C++ Tookit for X11. It is free,
and part of the X11 contributed software.
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: : -dj
: If I have to pay over 20 dollars, then is no use
: to me... I'm a pooooor college student.
: I guess I'll write my own...
: p.s: Is there such a thing as "shareware" in
: the Unix community???
: I guess so, but you don't need it. Some of the best
: stuff is published under the GNU copyright.
How do I become a GNU contributor, and also, is there
such a thing as a GNU ftp site, where we can get a feel
of what's being done? Also, is GNU stuff part of something
called the Free Software Foundation or something like that?
What does the acronim(?) GNU stand for???
p.s.: Since I'm learnig my way in Unix, c, and Xlib,
I think this is the perfect time for me to
contribute to GNU, since I know how hard it
is to get started, and so I can help others
who are the way I was a month ago. I say this
because once we all learn, our code is just
too complicated for the very beginner, so if
I contribute with "beginner code that works,
although not too effeciently but easy to
understand", I know I'll be doing something good.