They are new conditions.
It seems that even i10n can be used somehow.
I must study it a little more.:-)
> Hi Raphaël.
> From: "Raphaël Enrici" <blacknoz(at)club-internet(dot)fr>
> > > I found necessary liblary from the gnome environment.
> > >
> > >
> > Yes, I think it would be interesting to use libs provided published by
> > sun (www.sun.com/gnome) but we must verify that they didn't build them
> > with their workshop. Otherwise we will for sure enter compatibility
> > problems between gcc generated code and forte developer compiler
> > generated one.
> It was really unpleasant though it was seen by using it.:-(
> i10n was not a desirable environment.
> It is as it is, and font-conversion of resource doesn't move.??
> So, I tried it with without-unicode.
> liblary of the offer doesn't work so that I may think.
> Let's break off causal relation.
> It is chased again because it is very interesting.:-)
> Hiroshi Saito
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