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XFree86-devel includes the libraries, header files and documentation you'll need to develop programs which run in X clients. XFree86 includes the base Xlib library as well as the Xt and Xaw widget sets. For guidance on programming with these libraries, O'Reilly & Associates produces a series on X programming which you might find useful. Install XFree86-devel if you are going to develop programs which will run as X clients. If you need the static libraries, install the XFree86-static-libs package.
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