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On Tue, Apr 11, 2000 at 07:57:46PM +0200, Philipp Gühring wrote:
> Shouldn't we be working on cool Linux games, instead of chatting about
> Webdesign? No, first the work, then the fun. ;-)

That's actually one of the things I've been doing.. working on a cool Linux

If any C++ guru's with an interest in a football manager game (or soccer for
the en[us] folks) would like to help to turn my text-based conceptual code
into a nice graphical program.. feel free to raise your hand and reply.

Any suggestions on what graphical program to use? I'd like to forego on the
boring Qt/GTK widget stuff, but such toolkits might actually be the best
choice for a program that has to display a lot of data.

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