Updated 2004/11/17

Sun[tm] Studio 10: X-Designer Readme


  1. Introduction
  2. About X-Designer
  3. New and Changed Features
  4. Software Corrections
  5. Problems and Workarounds
  6. Limitations and Incompatibilities
  7. Documentation Errors


A. Introduction

This document contains last-minute information about X-Designer. This document describes the software corrections addressed by this release and lists known problems, limitations, and incompatibilities.

Product Documentation


B. About the Sun Studio 10: X-Designer

X-Designer is an interactive tool for creating robust Motif-based and Java[tm] graphical user interfaces with minimal effort. X-Designer is a component of the Sun Studio integrated development environment.

X-Designer runs on SPARC[tm] processors running the Solaris[tm] Operating System (Solaris OS), and on Intel(R) processors running the Solaris OS or the Linux operating system. X-Designer requires one of the following configurations:

OpenMotif 2.1.31 is included as a component of Sun Studio 10 for Linux Platforms. Install this component even if you have OpenMotif 2.2, because X-Designer does not run well with OpenMotif 2.2.


C. New and Changed Features

This section describes the new and changed features of X-Designer.

The following features were added or changed in X-Designer 7.5:

The following features were added in X-Designer 7.0, which was the release after Sun[TM] WorkShop Visual 6.0: