Linux Journal Contents #17, September 1995
ncurses: Portable Screen Handling for Linux
by Eric S. Raymond
An introduction to the new, reliable, powerful ncurses library.
Writing Mouse-Sensitive Applications
by Alessandro Rubini
Use gpm to turn text-oriented programs into mouse-sensitive applications.
Porting DOS Applications to Linux
by Alan Cox
Lots of practical tips for porting your DOS applications.
News & Articles
Two Eiffel Implementations
by Dan Wilder
Linux Tips: Open Look Window Manager
by Robert A. Dalrymple
Moo-Tiff Development Environment
by Bogdan Urma
Reader Survey Results
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