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InterViews

InterViews[1] is a native C++ toolkit for the X Window System developed by Mark Linton and his team at Stanford University and later Silicon Graphics. The last major release was InterViews 3.1 in 1993, and included the Unidraw drawing editor application framework which was the basis of John Vlissides' thesis work at Stanford. InterViews also has lightweight glyphs with switchable look-and-feel (Apple monochrome, Motif, OPEN LOOK, and SGI Motif). It has been ported to almost all Unixes which run X11. Other programmers known to have worked on InterViews include Paul Calder, John Interrante, Steven Tang, and Scott Stanton.

Several members of the InterViews team went on to work on Fresco.

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  1. ^ http://www.ivtools.org/ivtools/index.html


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