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From: James R. Van Zandt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: wnpp: O: open-amulet-samples C++ GUI toolkit examples
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I'm orphaning the amulet packages.
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Maintainer: James R. Van Zandt <email@example.com>
Description: sample programs for Amulet, a GUI toolkit
This package contains sample files for Open Amulet.
The Amulet Toolkit is a portable toolkit designed for the creation of
2D direct manipulation grapical user interfaces. It is written in C++
and can be used with Unix systems running X Windows, PC's running
Microsoft Windows NT or `95, or Macintosh systems running MacOS.
The Amulet research project in the School of Computer Science at
Carnegie Mellon University is creating a comprehensive set of tools
which make it significantly easier to create graphical,
highly-interactive user interfaces. The lower levels of Amulet are
called the `Amulet Toolkit,' and these provide mechanisms that allow
programmers to code user interfaces much more easily. Support is
provided for: object selection, save/load, undo, and constraints.
As the group at Carnegie Mellon University is no longer funded for
its work on Amulet, some Amulet users have founded the Open Amulet
project which has continued its development.
For more information, see http://www.scrap.de/html/amulet.htm and
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open-amulet and gilt have been removed from the Debian archive, so their
WNPP O: bugs should be closed.
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