If your UNIX® application has a graphical interface, it must be able to run in an X Window System environment. The interface should be Motif-compliant, as defined by the OSF/Motif Style Guide (Revision 1.1).
It is possible to substantially reduce memory usage by using the X dynamically linked libraries. To take advantage of these performance improvements, use the -b elf option when you link your application to the libraries listed in ``Libraries to link with''. Refer to the Getting Started Guide for further information about X11R5 and Motif 1.2 performance improvements. Refer to the next section ``Backward compatibility'' for information about running new binaries on previous or later versions of SCO OpenServer systems.
Libraries to link with
|X11||X Window (Version 11) routines|
|Xmu||X miscellaneous utilities|
|malloc||faster version of memory allocation routines|
|socket||socket interface routines|