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Re: Equivalent to Win32 MessageBox()?
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- Subject: Re: Equivalent to Win32 MessageBox()?
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- Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 19:03:31 +0000
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#28-Jun-02# Message from *J. Perkins*:
> having a hard time finding a clear example of how they are used in
> this context, and I haven't able to make anything work.
> Anyone help me out?
Not in pure X, but if you just want an example I have a Gtk alert
replacement that shows the user the line, file, alert condition, an optional
message and the stack trace. Go to http://www.starforge.co.uk/free-linux.shtml
and look about 2/3rds of the way down the page for the assert() replacement.
Feel free to pull out anything that is useful to you.
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