Each tutorial demonstrates the use of Builder Xcessory in the construction of an interface. Tutorials do not share interfaces and are designed to stand alone, but we recommend that you do them in the order presented. The later tutorials tend to be more complex, and take for granted procedures described in detail in early tutorials. In general, if you are uncertain about the functionality of Builder Xcessory, review the
When Builder Xcessory writes a Callbacks file to a directory containing another Callbacks file with the same name, new callback stubs are simply appended to the old Callbacks file. Therefore, if you are starting a new interface, it is a good idea to do one of the following:
In each of the following tutorials, you will create an interface for which you will write output files. To prevent these files from overwriting one another, create the subdirectories
<tutorial_path>/Tut1Click the OK button to the right of the text field.
As a consequence of the long identifiers common in Motif, some identifiers are hyphenated in the code fragments presented below. In this and other cases, code that is intended to be entered as a single line in your program wraps around to a second line in the documentation.