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GUI Builder for the Solaris Environment

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I'm using a SunBlade 1000 (sparc processor) loaded with Sun OS 5.8 and Solaris 8. It has the following components installed:
   Sun Workshop:
                          Sun Workshop Compiler C 5.0          Sun Workshop Filemerge 3.1
                          Sun Workshop Compiler C++ 5.0      Sun Workshop Dbx 5.0
                          Sun Workshop Tools.h++ 7.0           Sun Workshop Performance Analyzer 5.0
                          Sun Workshop Visual 3.0                 Sun Workshop LoopTool 2.2
                          Sun Workshop IPE 5.0                     Sun Workshop LockLint 2.2
                          Sun Workshop Teamware 2.1          Sun Workshop XEmacs 20.4 Source Dist.
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In terms of ease of use, what is the best GUI builder to use in the Solaris environment?

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Use a Motif GUI builder such as Application Builder (App Builder) or
SunSoft Visual WorkShop(TM) to build the new Motif GUI for the application.

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u can refer to this doc also for more information.
http://www.sun.com/desktop/products/software/sol-wp/solaris-app-perf-ch4.html
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if u want to buy outside of sun product, there is one good one from active state.

http://www.activestate.com/Products/Komodo/?_x=1
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