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Re: Equivalent to Win32 MessageBox()?
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Thanks Chris. What is the state of the world regarding Gtk these
days? Will most Linux gamers have it installed? I would think so.
Maybe I can look for gtk, and if it isn't there just use printf()?
Anyway, thanks for the code.
> 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.