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31 July 2009 15:00

Enlightenment - About

About Enlightenment We are dedicated to providing advanced graphical libraries, tools, and environments. Currently, the project is made up of three different components: Enlightenment DR16, Enlightenment DR17, and the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. While we are best known for the Enlightenment Window Manager itself there is a long history of providing advanced libraries and tools to support the window manager and other applications, such as Imlib, Imlib2, and FNLib which extend far beyond the window manager itself in scope. Today, in development toward the DR17 Desktop Shell we have created an entirely new set of libraries and tools that provide more power and flexibility than any other group of graphical libraries available, The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries.

07 April 2008 02:45

gdesklets.org

Linux Window Manager Software Downloads * Receptionist Desk * Desk Hutch * Rolltop Desk * Wood Desk * Faster Downloads * Web Page Software * Mp3 Downloads * Software Desktop Manager Gdesklets * Desktop Computer * Desktop Computers * Project Manager * Restaurant Manager * Receptionist Desk * Desk Hutch * Rolltop Desk * Wood Desk

07 February 2008 22:15

window maker- your next window manager

Window Maker is an X11 window manager originally designed to provide integration support for the GNUstep Desktop Environment. In every way possible, it reproduces the elegant look and feel of the NEXTSTEP[tm] user interface. It is fast, feature rich, easy to configure, and easy to use. It is also free software, with contributions being made by programmers from around the world.

19 July 2007 02:00

26 June 2007 12:00

enlightenment

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What is Enlightenment? Enlightenment. What is Enlightenment?. Some people affectionately refer to Enlightenment as E because typing or saying the whole word is a bit of a mouthful. Early in its history, which began back in 1996, E was just a window manager for X11. Since then, E has now become much more. In the process of building the next generation of the window manager, we have created a suite of libraries for doing data storage and retrieval, scene-graph rendering with a canvas, theme encapsulation, compiling and demand-loading, event loop, inter-process communication, freedesktop.org specification handling, virtual machines, video codec abstractions, widget sets, and more.