We have the module working as a part of linux kernel, we need to develop GUI application running in XWindow that allows to edit the text based configuration of our module.
The application should be able to obtain and display the list of all running processes in the systen and obtain the paths of the process image files.
The application should have a pane displaying selected paths in the file system and provide a possibility to add there paths by displaying the dialog box to navigate across the filesystem tree and select a subpath (directory).
In generic, it's simple GUI application done in C/C++ and utilizing some GUI libarary.
This should be quick solution taking not longer then 1 week to code.
The detailed specifications along with the config file syntax and sample screenshots showing how the application should look like could be provided upon request after we understand that the coder if qualified to do this job.
In the request, please tell us which interface libraries you plan to use and you may show us the samples of your previous projects in GUI development for XWindow.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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x86, Linux, XWindow.
C/C++, standard GUI interface libraries for XWindow