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Revision: 1.1.1.6 (vendor branch), Sun Dec 22 03:14:19 1996 UTC (17 years, 7 months ago) by dawes
Branch: X11R6
CVS Tags: xf-3_9w, xf-3_9v, xf-3_9u, xf-3_9t, xf-3_9s, xf-3_9r, xf-3_9q, xf-3_9p, xf-3_9o, xf-3_9n, xf-3_9m, xf-3_9l, xf-3_9k, xf-3_9jw, xf-3_9jv, xf-3_9ju, xf-3_9jt, xf-3_9js, xf-3_9jr, xf-3_9jq, xf-3_9jp, xf-3_9jo, xf-3_9jn, xf-3_9jm, xf-3_9jl, xf-3_9jk, xf-3_9jj, xf-3_9ji, xf-3_9jh, xf-3_9jg, xf-3_9jf, xf-3_9je, xf-3_9jd, xf-3_9jc, xf-3_9jb, xf-3_9ja, xf-3_9j-branch, xf-3_9j, xf-3_9i, xf-3_9h, xf-3_9g, xf-3_9f, xf-3_9e, xf-3_9d, xf-3_9c, xf-3_9b, xf-3_9a, xf-3_3g, xf-3_3f, xf-3_3e, xf-3_3d, xf-3_3c, xf-3_3b, xf-3_3a, xf-3_3_6b, xf-3_3_6a, xf-3_3_6, xf-3_3_5c, xf-3_3_5b, xf-3_3_5a, xf-3_3_5Za, xf-3_3_5Z, xf-3_3_5, xf-3_3_4d, xf-3_3_4c, xf-3_3_4b, xf-3_3_4a, xf-3_3_4Z, xf-3_3_4, xf-3_3_3b, xf-3_3_3a, xf-3_3_3_1f, xf-3_3_3_1e, xf-3_3_3_1d, xf-3_3_3_1c, xf-3_3_3_1b, xf-3_3_3_1a, xf-3_3_3_1Z, xf-3_3_3_1, xf-3_3_3Z, xf-3_3_3, xf-3_3_2j, xf-3_3_2i, xf-3_3_2h, xf-3_3_2g, xf-3_3_2f, xf-3_3_2e, xf-3_3_2d, xf-3_3_2c, xf-3_3_2b, xf-3_3_2a, xf-3_3_2_4, xf-3_3_2_3, xf-3_3_2_2, xf-3_3_2_1, xf-3_3_2Zc, xf-3_3_2Zb, xf-3_3_2Za, xf-3_3_2Z, xf-3_3_2, xf-3_3_1z, xf-3_3_1g, xf-3_3_1f, xf-3_3_1e, xf-3_3_1d, xf-3_3_1c, xf-3_3_1b, xf-3_3_1a, xf-3_3_1, xf-3_3-branch, xf-3_3, xf-3_2y, xf-3_2x, xf-3_2w, xf-3_2v, xf-3_2u, xf-3_2t, xf-3_2s, xf-3_2r, xf-3_2q, xf-3_2p, xf-3_2o, xf-3_2n, xf-3_2m, xf-3_2l, xf-3_2k, xf-3_2j, xf-3_2Zc, xf-3_2Zb, xf-3_2Za, xf-3_2Z, xf-3_2Xn, xf-3_2Xm, xf-3_2Xl, xf-3_2Xk, xf-3_2Xj, xf-3_2Xi, xf-3_2Xh, xf-3_2Xg, xf-3_2Xf, xf-3_2Xe, xf-3_2Xd, xf-3_2Xc, xf-3_2Xb, xf-3_2Xa, xf-3_2At, xf-3_2As, xf-3_2Ar, xf-3_2Aq, xf-3_2Ap, xf-3_2Ao, xf-3_2An, xf-3_2Am, xf-3_2Al, xf-3_2Ak, xf-3_2Aj, xf-3_2Ai, xf-3_2Ah, xf-3_2Ag, xf-3_2Af, xf-3_2Ae, xf-3_2Ad, xf-3_2Ac, xf-3_2Ab, xf-3_2Aa, xf-3_2A-branch, xf-3_2A, xf-39ja, xf-3331_shark, seq-4321, seq-4316, seq-4304, seq-4282, X11R6-3_2, X11R6-3_1, X11R6-3_0
Changes since 1.1.1.5: +43 -4 lines
X11R6 pre-R6.3 seq-4282

/* $XConsortium: registry /main/119 1996/10/08 12:31:00 swick $ */

				  X Registry

The X Consortium is maintaining a registry of certain X-related items, to
aid in avoiding conflicts and to aid in sharing of such items.  Requests to
register items, or questions about registration, should be addressed to
	xregistry@x.org
or to
	Registry
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955
	USA

Electronic mail will be acknowledged upon receipt.  Please allow up to 4 weeks
for a formal response to registration and inquiries.

The registry is published as part of the X software distribution from the
X Consortium.  It is also usually available by sending a message to
xstuff@x.org.  The message can have a subject line and no body, or a
single-line body and no subject, in either case the line looking like:
	send docs registry

All registered items must have the postal address of someone responsible for
the item, or a reference to a document describing the item and the postal
address of where to write to obtain the document.

Registration of conflicting items will not be permitted (the same value will
not be assigned two different meanings) except where explicitly indicated.

1. ORGANIZATION NAMES

These should generally be used as prefixes for other registered names.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"Acorn"						[49]
"Adobe"						[69]
"AIX"						[33]
"ALLINK"					[99]
"APOLLO"					[1]
"Apple"						[22]
"ARDENT"					[2]
"BBN"						[61]
"CRAB"						[84]
"CRUC"						[30]
"DEC"						[82]
"DG"						[48]
"DME"						[7]
"Dt"						[114]
"EFW"						[124]
"ES"						[75]
"FXD"						[55]
"FUJITSU"					[87]
"IBM"						[33]
"ICS"						[31]
"ILA"						[62]
"IPSYS"						[59]
"IXI"						[20]
"JCC"						[90]
"JUP"						[93]
"KPC"						[98]
"LJK"						[56]
"LTA"						[60]
"MEGATEK"					[112]
"Metheus"					[117]
"MIT"						[8]
"MOTIF"						[7]
"NCD"						[66]
"OMRON"						[45]
"ORL"						[65]
"OSF"						[7]
"Panasonic"					[52]
"PERITEK"					[116]
"PFU"						[32]
"RATIONAL"					[88]
"SGCS"						[83]
"SGI"						[6]
"SONY"						[37]
"stellar"					[28]
"STI"						[73]
"Sun"						[58]
"Tech-Source"					[106]
"TEK"						[43]
"visual"					[5]
"VIT"						[46]
"WN"						[103]
"WRI"						[102]
"WYSE"						[68]
"X/software"					[115]
"X3D"						[8]
"XC"						[104]
"Xerox"						[91]
"XFree86"					[113]
"XUG"						[31]


2. KEYSYMS

Only "private" keysyms (with 29th bit set) can be registered by organizations;
standard keysyms must be approved by the Consortium.  Since keysym numeric
values are explicitly private, we will permit (but not encourage) conflicting
registration here.

Name			Value			Reference
----			-----			---------
hpXK_mute_acute		0x100000A8		[36]
hpXK_mute_grave		0x100000A9		[36]
hpXK_mute_asciicircum	0x100000AA		[36]
hpXK_mute_diaeresis	0x100000AB		[36]
hpXK_mute_asciitilde	0x100000AC		[36]
hpXK_lira		0x100000AF		[36]
hpXK_guilder		0x100000BE		[36]
hpXK_Ydiaeresis		0x100000EE		[36]
hpXK_IO			0x100000EE		[36]
hpXK_longminus		0x100000F6		[36]
hpXK_block		0x100000FC		[36]
apXK_LineDel		0x1000FF00		[1]
apXK_CharDel		0x1000FF01		[1]
apXK_Copy		0x1000FF02		[1]
apXK_Cut		0x1000FF03		[1]
apXK_Paste		0x1000FF04		[1]
apXK_Move		0x1000FF05		[1]
apXK_Grow		0x1000FF06		[1]
apXK_Cmd		0x1000FF07		[1]
apXK_Shell		0x1000FF08		[1]
apXK_LeftBar		0x1000FF09		[1]
apXK_RightBar		0x1000FF0A		[1]
apXK_LeftBox		0x1000FF0B		[1]
apXK_RightBox		0x1000FF0C		[1]
apXK_UpBox		0x1000FF0D		[1]
apXK_DownBox		0x1000FF0E		[1]
apXK_Pop		0x1000FF0F		[1]
apXK_Read		0x1000FF10		[1]
apXK_Edit		0x1000FF11		[1]
apXK_Save		0x1000FF12		[1]
apXK_Exit		0x1000FF13		[1]
apXK_Repeat		0x1000FF14		[1]
hpXK_Modelock1		0x1000FF48		[36]
hpXK_Modelock2		0x1000FF49		[36]
hpXK_Reset		0x1000FF6C		[36]
hpXK_System		0x1000FF6D		[36]
hpXK_User		0x1000FF6E		[36]
hpXK_ClearLine		0x1000FF6F		[36]
hpXK_InsertLine		0x1000FF70		[36]
hpXK_DeleteLine		0x1000FF71		[36]
hpXK_InsertChar		0x1000FF72		[36]
hpXK_DeleteChar		0x1000FF73		[36]
hpXK_BackTab		0x1000FF74		[36]
hpXK_KP_BackTab		0x1000FF75		[36]
apXK_KP_parenleft	0x1000FFA8		[1]
apXK_KP_parenright	0x1000FFA9		[1]

IXK_2ND_FUNC_L		0x10004001		[50]
IXK_2ND_FUNC_R		0x10004002		[50]
IXK_REMOVE		0x10004003		[50]
IXK_REPEAT		0x10004004		[50]
IXK_A1			0x10004101		[50]
IXK_A2			0x10004102		[50]
IXK_A3			0x10004103		[50]
IXK_A4			0x10004104		[50]
IXK_A5			0x10004105		[50]
IXK_A6			0x10004106		[50]
IXK_A7			0x10004107		[50]
IXK_A8			0x10004108		[50]
IXK_A9			0x10004109		[50]
IXK_A10			0x1000410A		[50]
IXK_A11			0x1000410B		[50]
IXK_A12			0x1000410C		[50]
IXK_A13			0x1000410D		[50]
IXK_A14			0x1000410E		[50]
IXK_A15			0x1000410F		[50]
IXK_B1			0x10004201		[50]
IXK_B2			0x10004202		[50]
IXK_B3			0x10004203		[50]
IXK_B4			0x10004204		[50]
IXK_B5			0x10004205		[50]
IXK_B6			0x10004206		[50]
IXK_B7			0x10004207		[50]
IXK_B8			0x10004208		[50]
IXK_B9			0x10004209		[50]
IXK_B10			0x1000420A		[50]
IXK_B11			0x1000420B		[50]
IXK_B12			0x1000420C		[50]
IXK_B13			0x1000420D		[50]
IXK_B14			0x1000420E		[50]
IXK_B15			0x1000420F		[50]
IXK_B16			0x10004210		[50]

DXK_Remove		0x1000FF00		[27]
DXK_ring_accent		0x1000FEB0		[27]
DXK_circumflex_accent	0x1000FE5E		[27]
DXK_cedilla_accent	0x1000FE2C		[27]
DXK_acute_accent	0x1000FE27		[27]
DXK_grave_accent	0x1000FE60		[27]
DXK_tilde		0x1000FE7E		[27]
DXK_diaeresis		0x1000FE22		[27]

osfXK_Copy		0x1004FF02		[7]
osfXK_Cut		0x1004FF03		[7]
osfXK_Paste		0x1004FF04		[7]
osfXK_BackTab		0x1004FF07		[7]
osfXK_BackSpace		0x1004FF08		[7]
osfXK_Clear		0x1004FF0B		[7]
osfXK_Escape		0x1004FF1B		[7]
osfXK_AddMode		0x1004FF31		[7]
osfXK_PrimaryPaste	0x1004FF32		[7]
osfXK_QuickPaste	0x1004FF33		[7]
osfXK_PageLeft		0x1004FF40		[7]
osfXK_PageUp		0x1004FF41		[7]
osfXK_PageDown		0x1004FF42		[7]
osfXK_PageRight		0x1004FF43		[7]
osfXK_Activate		0x1004FF44		[7]
osfXK_MenuBar		0x1004FF45		[7]
osfXK_Left		0x1004FF51		[7]
osfXK_Up		0x1004FF52		[7]
osfXK_Right		0x1004FF53		[7]
osfXK_Down		0x1004FF54		[7]
osfXK_Prior		0x1004FF55		[7]
osfXK_Next		0x1004FF56		[7]
osfXK_EndLine		0x1004FF57   		[7]
osfXK_BeginLine		0x1004FF58   		[7]
osfXK_EndData		0x1004FF59		[7]
osfXK_BeginData		0x1004FF5A   		[7]
osfXK_PrevMenu		0x1004FF5B		[7]
osfXK_NextMenu		0x1004FF5C		[7]
osfXK_PrevField		0x1004FF5D		[7]
osfXK_NextField		0x1004FF5E		[7]
osfXK_Select		0x1004FF60		[7]
osfXK_Insert		0x1004FF63		[7]
osfXK_Undo		0x1004FF65		[7]
osfXK_Menu		0x1004FF67		[7]
osfXK_Cancel		0x1004FF69		[7]
osfXK_Help		0x1004FF6A		[7]
osfXK_SelectAll		0x1004FF71		[7]
osfXK_DeselectAll	0x1004FF72		[7]
osfXK_Reselect		0x1004FF73		[7]
osfXK_Extend		0x1004FF74		[7]
osfXK_Restore		0x1004FF78		[7]
osfXK_SwitchDirection	0x1004FF7E		[7]
osfXK_PriorMinor	0x1004FFF5		[7]
osfXK_NextMinor		0x1004FFF6		[7]
osfXK_RightLine		0x1004FFF7		[7]
osfXK_LeftLine		0x1004FFF8		[7]
osfXK_Delete		0x1004FFFF		[7]

SunXK_FA_Grave		0x1005FF00		[58]
SunXK_FA_Circum		0x1005FF01		[58]
SunXK_FA_Tilde		0x1005FF02		[58]
SunXK_FA_Acute		0x1005FF03		[58]
SunXK_FA_Diaeresis	0x1005FF04		[58]
SunXK_FA_Cedilla	0x1005FF05		[58]
SunXK_F36		0x1005FF10		[58]
SunXK_F37		0x1005FF11		[58]
SunXK_Sys_Req		0x1005FF60		[58]
SunXK_Props		0x1005FF70		[58]
SunXK_Front		0x1005FF71		[58]
SunXK_Copy		0x1005FF72		[58]
SunXK_Open		0x1005FF73		[58]
SunXK_Paste		0x1005FF74		[58]
SunXK_Cut		0x1005FF75		[58]
SunXK_PowerSwitch		0x1005FF76	[58]
SunXK_AudioLowerVolume		0x1005FF77	[58]
SunXK_AudioMute			0x1005FF78	[58]
SunXK_AudioRaiseVolume		0x1005FF79	[58]
SunXK_VideoDegauss		0x1005FF7A	[58]
SunXK_VideoLowerBrightness	0x1005FF7B  	[58]
SunXK_VideoRaiseBrightness	0x1005FF7C	[58]
SunXK_PowerSwitchShift		0x1005FF7D	[58]

WYXK_Setup		0x1006FF00		[68]

ncdXK_Setup		0x1006FF00		[66]

XeroxXK_PointerButton1	0x10070001		[91]
XeroxXK_PointerButton2	0x10070002		[91]
XeroxXK_PointerButton3	0x10070003		[91]
XeroxXK_PointerButton4	0x10070004		[91]
XeroxXK_PointerButton5	0x10070005		[91]

XF86XK_ModeLock		0x1008FF01		[113]

Range 0x11000000 to 0x1100FFFF is allocated for keypad keysyms.


3. AUTHORIZATION PROTOCOL NAMES

See Section 8 of the protocol.  Names should generally have an organizational
prefix.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"MIT-KERBEROS-4"				[21]
"MIT-KERBEROS-5"				[21]
"MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1"				[8]
"SUN-DES-1"					[57]
"XC-QUERY-SECURITY-1"				[8]
"XDM-AUTHORIZATION-1"				[8], [11]

4. VENDOR STRING FORMATS
      
See Section 8 of the protocol.

String						Reference
----						---------
"Acorn Computers Ltd"				[49]
"Apollo Computer Inc."				[1]
"Apple Computer, Inc."				[22]
"Ardent Computer Corporation"			[2]
"Crab Advanced Technologies Ltd"		[84]
"Crucible"					[30]
"Data General Corporation"			[48]
"Digital Equipment Corporation"			[82]
"EFW, Inc."					[124]
"Evans & Sutherland"				[75]
"FUJITSU LIMITED"				[87]
"International Business Machines"		[33]
"JAPAN COMPUTER CORP."				[90]
"Jupiter Systems Inc."				[93]
"Kubota Pacific Computer"			[98]
"Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd."	[52]
"Megatek Corporation"				[112]
"Metheus Corporation"				[117]
"MIT X Consortium"				[8]
"Network Computing Devices Inc."		[66]
"OMRON Corporation"				[45]
"Peritek Corporation"				[116]
"PFU LIMITED"					[32]
"Silicon Graphics Computer Systems"		[6]
"Snitily Graphics Consulting Services"		[83]
"Sony Corporation"				[37]
"Stellar Computer Inc."				[28]
"Sun Microsystems, Inc."			[101]
"Tech-Source Inc."				[106]
"The XFree86 Project, Inc"			[113]
"VIT-Visual Information Technologies, Inc (VITec)"	[46]
"Wolfram Research, Inc."			[102]
"Wyse Technology Inc."				[68]
"X/software Germany"				[115]
"X11/NeWS - Sun Microsystems, Inc."		[58]
"X Consortium"					[104]

5. PROTOCOL EXTENSION NAMES

As used in the QueryExtension and ListExtensions protocol requests.
The name should generally have an organizational prefix.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"Acorn-Noise"					[49]
"Adobe-DPS-Extension"				[42]
"AixDeviceControlExtension"			[33]
"AixExtension"					[33]
"AixEventControlExtension"			[33]
"AixStatExtension"				[33]
"AixDialExtension"				[33]
"AixLpfkExtension"				[33]
"APOLLO-SHARE"					[1]
"ARDENT-XDoubleBuffer"				[2], [3]
"ARDENT-XTitan"					[2], [4]
"bezier"					[34]
"BIG-REQUESTS"					[97]
"DEC-XTRAP"					[51]
"DOUBLE-BUFFER"					[123]
"ESMultiScreenExtension"			[75]
"ESSetBitsExtension"				[75]
"ESTraverse3DExtension"				[75]
"ESVideoModeExtension"				[75]
"ESLayersExtension"				[75]
"ESCursorAttrExtension"				[75]
"ESPickExtension"				[75]
"FUJITSU-Control-Modifiers"			[87]
"FUJITSU-VX-VideoControl"			[87]
"FUJITSU-VX-DeviceControl"			[87]
"JUPMISC"					[93]
"KPC-XPeer"					[98]
"LBX"						[125]
"MEX-Metheus-Extension-to-X"			[117]
"MIT-SCREEN-SAVER"				[96]
"MIT-SHM"					[8]
"MIT-SUNDRY-NONSTANDARD"			[8]
"Multi-Buffering"				[8], [10]
"NCD-SIE"					[66]
"ORL-SYNC"					[65]
"PanasonicDosEmulatorExtension"			[52]
"PFU-GAOpAttr"					[32]
"RECORD"					[122]
"SECURITY"					[126]
"SGI-GLX"					[6]
"SGI-XGL"					[6]
"SGI-MISCELLANEOUS"				[6]
"SHAPE"						[8], [13]
"SonyKeyboardExtension"				[37]
"SonySoundExtension"				[37]
"SonyVideoExtension"				[37]
"SonyPrinterExtension"				[37]
"stellar-cm"					[29]
"stellar-db"					[29]
"stellar-im"					[29]
"stellar-shmLink"				[28]
"stellar-xfdi"					[29]
"stellar-xtest"					[28]
"SUN_TSOL"					[121]
"SYNC"						[108]
"TsiOvlExtension"				[106]
"TekCms"					[43]
"TeKDisplayListExtension"			[43]
"TeKHardCopySupport"				[43]
"TeKPeerWindows"				[43]
"VEX"						[14]
"VIT-Image Display List Extension"		[46]
"X/software X/bigX"				[115]
"X/software X/keymapX"				[115]
"X/software X/metaX"				[115]
"X/software X/shadowX"				[115]
"X/software X/translucentX"			[115]
"X3D-PEX"					[8], [9]
"XC-APPGROUP"					[127]
"XC-MISC"					[109]
"XFree86-VidModeExtension"			[113]
"XIE"						[110]
"XInputExtension"				[128]
"XKEYBOARD"					[111]
"XPRINT"					[129]
"XTEST"						[8]
"XTestExtension1"				[35]
"XVideo"					[118]
"ZoidExtension"					[34]

6. HOST FAMILIES

See the "family" component of the HOST structure in the protocol.
Values for private families will be assigned by the X Consortium.

Value	Name					Reference
-----	----					---------
0	Internet				[23]
1	DECnet					[23]
2	Chaos					[23]
252	LocalHost				[105]
253	Kerberos5Principal			[94]
254	Netname					[57]

7. PROPERTY NAMES

As stored on windows in the server.  See Sections 4.1.2, 4.1.3, 5.1.1, and
6.4 of the ICCCM, and Section 14.1 of the Xlib manual.  Registration must
include the context in which the property is used (e.g. root window, top-level
client window).  In general, private property names should start with a
leading underscore, followed by the organizational prefix, followed by another
underscore.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"RGB_DEFAULT_MAP"				[18]
"RGB_BEST_MAP"					[18]
"RGB_RED_MAP"					[18]
"RGB_GREEN_MAP"					[18]
"RGB_BLUE_MAP"					[18]
"RGB_GRAY_MAP"					[18]
"WM_CLASS"					[16]
"WM_CLIENT_MACHINE"				[16]
"WM_COLORMAP_WINDOW"				[16]
"WM_COMMAND"					[16]
"WM_HINTS"					[16]
"WM_ICON_NAME"					[16]
"WM_ICON_SIZE"					[16]
"WM_NAME"					[16]
"WM_NORMAL_HINTS"				[16]
"WM_PROTOCOLS"					[16]
"WM_STATE"					[16]
"WM_TRANSIENT_FOR"				[16]
"WM_ZOOM_HINTS"					[17], [18]
"_MIT_OBJ_CLASS"				[94]
"_NCD_WM_RUNNING"				[66]
"_RATIONAL_ROSE_TAG"				[88]
"_RATIONAL_ROSE_MSG"				[88]
"_SGI_GL_COLORMAP"				[6]

8. PROPERTY TYPE NAMES

See "PROPERTY NAMES" above.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"ATOM"						[16]
"ATOM_PAIR"					[16]
"BITMAP"					[16]
"COMPOUND_TEXT"					[8], [12]
"DRAWABLE"					[16]
"INCR"						[16]
"INCREMENTAL"					[17], [16]
"INTEGER"					[16]
"PIXMAP"					[16]
"RGB_COLOR_MAP"					[18]
"SPAN"						[16]
"STRING"					[16]
"WINDOW"					[16]
"WM_HINTS"					[16]
"WM_ICON_SIZE"					[16]
"WM_SIZE_HINTS"					[16]
"WM_STATE"					[16]
"_SONY_CDFF"					[37]
"_SONY_XWD"					[37]
"_SONY_XPICT"					[37]
"_SJIS_STRING"					[37]
"_EUC_STRING"					[37]
"_JIS_STRING"					[37]
"_WRI_XWD_RLED"					[102]
"_XWNMO"					[45]

9. SELECTION NAMES

See Section 2.6.1 of the ICCCM.  In general, private selection names should
start with a leading underscore, followed by the organizational prefix,
followed by another underscore.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"CLIPBOARD"					[16]
"PD_SELECTION"					[37]
"PRIMARY"					[16]
"PRIMARY_FONT"					[47]
"SECONDARY"					[16]
"_JAPANESE_CONVERSION"				[37]
"_CHINESE_CONVERSION"				[37]
"_HUNGLE_CONVERSION"				[37]
"_EUROPEAN_CONVERSION"				[37]
"__SAM_" (prefix)				[67]

10. SELECTION TARGETS

See Section 2.6.2 of the ICCCM.  In general, private selection targets should
start with a leading underscore, followed by the organizational prefix,
followed by another underscore.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"BACKGROUND"					[16]
"BITMAP"					[16]
"CHARACTER_POSITION"				[16]
"CLASS"						[16]
"CLIENT_WINDOW"					[16]
"COLORMAP"					[16]
"COLUMN_NUMBER"					[16]
"COMPOUND_TEXT"					[8], [12]
"DELETE"					[16]
"DRAWABLE"					[16]
"FILE_NAME"					[16]
"FOREGROUND"					[16]
"HOST_NAME"					[16]
"INSERT_PROPERTY"				[16]
"INSERT_SELECTION"				[16]
"LENGTH"					[16]
"LINE_NUMBER"					[16]
"LIST_LENGTH"					[16]
"MODULE"					[16]
"MULTIPLE"					[16]
"NAME"						[16]
"ODIF"						[16]
"OWNER_OS"					[16]
"PIXMAP"					[16]
"PROCEDURE"					[16]
"PROCESS"					[16]
"STRING"					[16]
"TARGETS"					[16]
"TASK"						[16]
"TEXT"						[16]
"TIMESTAMP"					[16]
"USER"						[16]
"_ADOBE_EPS"					[69]
"_ADOBE_EPSI"					[69]
"_SONY_CDFF"					[37]
"_SONY_XWD"					[37]
"_SONY_XPICT"					[37]
"_SJIS_STRING"					[37]
"_EUC_STRING"					[37]
"_JIS_STRING"					[37]
"_WRI_XWD_RLED"					[102]

11. WM_PROTOCOLS PROTOCOLS

See Section 4.1.2.7 of the ICCCM.  In general, private protocols should start
with a leading underscore, followed by the organizational prefix, followed by
another underscore.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"WM_DELETE_WINDOW"				[16]
"WM_TAKE_FOCUS"					[16]
"WM_SAVE_YOURSELF"				[16]

12. CLIENTMESSAGE TYPES

See the "type" field in the ClientMessage event in the protocol, and Section
4.2.8 of the ICCCM.  In general, private types should start with a leading
underscore, followed by the organizational prefix, followed by another
underscore.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"PD_ACTIVE"					[37]
"WM_CHANGE_STATE"				[16]
"WM_PROTOCOLS"					[16]
"_CONVERSION_REQUEST"				[37]
"_CONVERSION_NOTIFY"				[37]
"_CONVERSION_END"				[37]

13. FONT FOUNDRY NAMES

See Section 3.1.2.1 of the XLFD.  This will typically be an organization name.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"Acorn"						[49]
"Adobe"						[24]
"AIX"						[33]
"Apple"						[22]
"Bitstream"					[25]
"Cognition"					[89]
"Cronyx"					[120]
"DEC"						[27]
"eands"						[75]
"fujitsu"					[87]
"FujiXerox"					[64]
"IBM"						[33]
"IPSYS"						[59]
"Metheus"					[117]
"MISC"						[8]
"NCD"						[66]
"omron"						[45]
"Panasonic"					[52]
"Sony"						[37]
"Sun"						[92]

14. FONT CHARSET (REGISTRY AND ENCODING) NAMES

See Sections 3.1.2.12 of the XLFD.  For ISO standards, the format
will generally be: "ISO" + <standard-number> + "-" + <part-number>

Name						Reference
----						---------
"DEC"						[27]
	registry prefix
"DEC.CNS11643.1986-2"				[53]
	CNS11643 2-plane using the encoding
	suggested in that standard
"DEC.DTSCS.1990-2"				[54]
	DEC Taiwan Supplemental Character Set
"fujitsu.u90x01.1991-0"				[87]
"fujitsu.u90x03.1991-0"				[87]
"GB2312.1980-0"					[39],[12]
	China (PRC) Hanzi, GL encoding
"GB2312.1980-1"					[39]
	(deprecated)
	China (PRC) Hanzi, GR encoding
"HP-Arabic8"					[36]
	HPARABIC8 8-bit character set
"HP-East8"					[36]
	HPEAST8 8-bit character set
"HP-Greek8"					[36]
	HPGREEK8 8-bit character set
"HP-Hebrew8"					[36]
	HPHEBREW8 8-bit character set
"HP-Japanese15"					[36]
	HPJAPAN15 15-bit characer set,
	modified from industry defacto
	standard Shift-JIS
"HP-Kana8"					[36]
	HPKANA8 8-bit character set
"HP-Korean15"					[36]
	HPKOREAN15 15-bit character set
"HP-Roman8"					[36]
	HPROMAN8 8-bit character set
"HP-SChinese15"					[36]
	HPSCHINA15 15-bit character set for
	support of Simplified Chinese
"HP-TChinese15"					[36]
	HPTCHINA15 15-bit character set for
	support of Traditional Chinese
"HP-Turkish8"					[36]
	HPTURKISH8 8-bit character set
"IPSYS"						[59]
	registry prefix
"IPSYS.IE-1"					[59]
"ISO2022"<REG>"-"<ENC>				[44]
"ISO646.1991-IRV"				[107]
	ISO 646 International Reference Version
"ISO8859-1"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin alphabet No. 1
"ISO8859-2"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin alphabet No. 2
"ISO8859-3"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin alphabet No. 3
"ISO8859-4"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin alphabet No. 4
"ISO8859-5"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin/Cyrillic alphabet
"ISO8859-6"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin/Arabic alphabet
"ISO8859-7"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin/Greek alphabet
"ISO8859-8"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin/Hebrew alphabet
"ISO8859-9"					[15],[12]
	ISO Latin alphabet No. 5
"JISX0201.1976-0"				[38],[12]
	8-Bit Alphanumeric-Katakana Code
"JISX0208.1983-0"				[40],[12]
	Japanese Graphic Character Set,
	GL encoding
"JISX0208.1990-0"				[71]
	Japanese Graphic Character Set,
	GL encoding
"JISX0208.1983-1"				[40]
	(deprecated)
	Japanese Graphic Character Set,
	GL encoding
"JISX0212.1990-0"				[72]
	Supplementary Japanese Graphic Character Set,
	GL encoding
"KOI8-R"					[119]
"KSC5601.1987-0"				[41],[12]
	Korean Graphic Character Set,
	GL encoding
"KSC5601.1987-1"				[41]
	(deprecated)
	Korean Graphic Character Set,
	GL encoding
"omron_CNS11643-0"				[45]
"omron_CNS11643-1"				[45]
"omron_BIG5-0"					[45]
"omron_BIG5-1"					[45]
"wn.tamil.1993"					[103]


15. FONT PROPERTY NAMES

See QueryFont in the protocol, and Section 3.2 of the XLFD.  In general,
private properties should start with a leading underscore, followed by the
organizational prefix, followed by another underscore.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"ADD_STYLE_NAME"				[19]
"AVERAGE_WIDTH"					[19]
"AVG_CAPITAL_WIDTH"				[19]
"AVG_LOWERCASE_WIDTH"				[19]
"CAP_HEIGHT"					[19]
"CHARSET_ENCODING"				[19]
"CHARSET_REGISTRY"				[19]
"COPYRIGHT"					[19]
"DESTINATION"					[19]
"END_SPACE"					[19]
"FACE_NAME"					[19]
"FIGURE_WIDTH"					[19]
"FOUNDRY"					[19]
"FAMILY_NAME"					[19]
"ITALIC_ANGLE"					[19]
"MAX_SPACE"					[19]
"MIN_SPACE"					[19]
"NORM_SPACE"					[19]
"NOTICE"					[19]
"PIXEL_SIZE"					[19]
"POINT_SIZE"					[19]
"QUAD_WIDTH"					[17], [19]
"RELATIVE_SETWIDTH"				[19]
"RELATIVE_WEIGHT"				[19]
"RESOLUTION"					[17], [19]
"RESOLUTION_X"					[19]
"RESOLUTION_Y"					[19]
"SETWIDTH_NAME"					[19]
"SLANT"						[19]
"SMALL_CAP_SIZE"				[19]
"SPACING"					[19]
"STRIKEOUT_ASCENT"				[19]
"STRIKEOUT_DESCENT"				[19]
"SUBSCRIPT_SIZE"				[19]
"SUBSCRIPT_X"					[19]
"SUBSCRIPT_Y"					[19]
"SUPERSCRIPT_SIZE"				[19]
"SUPERSCRIPT_X"					[19]
"SUPERSCRIPT_Y"					[19]
"UNDERLINE_POSITION"				[19]
"UNDERLINE_THICKNESS"				[19]
"X_HEIGHT"					[19]
"WEIGHT"					[19]
"WEIGHT_NAME"					[19]
"_ADOBE_POSTSCRIPT_FONTNAME"			[69]

16. RESOURCE TYPES

See Chapter 15 of the Xlib manual and Section 9.1 of the Xt manual.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"AcceleratorTable"				[26]
"Bool"						[26]
"Boolean"					[26]
"Callback"					[26]
"CallProc"					[26]
"CharSet"					[37]
"Color"						[26]
"CompoundText"					[12]
"Cursor"					[26]
"Dimension"					[26]
"Display"					[26]
"EditMode"					[26]
"File"						[26]
"Float"						[26]
"Font"						[26]
"FontList"					[37]
"FontStruct"					[26]
"Function"					[26]
"Geometry"					[26]
"Immediate"					[26]
"Int"						[26]
"Justify"					[26]
"KeyboardType"					[37]
"Language"					[37]
"Orientation"					[26]
"PEXtClipIndicator"				[75]
"PEXtColorBundle"				[75]
"PEXtControlFlag"				[75]
"PEXtCullMode"					[75]
"PEXtDeferralMode"				[75]
"PEXtDepthCueMode"				[75]
"PEXtDistinguishMode"				[75]
"PEXtEdgeFlag"					[75]
"PEXtGeneralColor"				[75]
"PEXtGravity"					[75]
"PEXtHLHSRMode"					[75]
"PEXtIntList"					[75]
"PEXtInteriorStyle"				[75]
"PEXtLightSourceType"				[75]
"PEXtLimit"					[75]
"PEXtLimit3"					[75]
"PEXtLineType"					[75]
"PEXtModificationMode"				[75]
"PEXtPickHighlightMode"				[75]
"PEXtPickMode"					[75]
"PEXtPoint"					[75]
"PEXtPoint3"					[75]
"PEXtProjectionType"				[75]
"PEXtReflectanceEquation"			[75]
"PEXtResizePolicy"				[75]
"PEXtShadingMethod"				[75]
"PEXtTraversalPolicy"				[75]
"PEXtVector"					[75]
"PEXtVector3"					[75]
"PEXtWorkstationType"				[75]
"Pixel"						[26]
"Pixmap"					[26]
"Pointer"					[26]
"Position"					[26]
"Short"						[26]
"String"					[18],[26]
"StringTable"					[26]
"TranslationTable"				[26]
"UnsignedChar"					[26]
"Widget"					[26]
"Window"					[26]
"Xai" (prefix)					[59]
"Xi" (prefix)					[31]
"XMex" (prefix)					[117]

17. APPLICATION CLASSES

See Section 4.1.2.5 of the ICCCM and Section 14.1.8 of the Xlib manual.
[Only class names, not instance names.]

Name						Reference
----						---------
"BuilderXcessory"				[31]
"BX"						[31]
"Clock"						[47]
"Csm"						[75]
"Exterm"					[45]
"Listres"					[47]
"Medit"						[45]
"Xai"						[59]
"Xbiff"						[47]
"XCalc"						[47]
"XClipboard"					[47]
"XClock"					[47]
"XCutsel"					[47]
"Xditview"					[47]
"Xedit"						[47]
"XEyes"						[47]
"Xfd"						[47]
"XFontSel"					[47]
"Xgc"						[47]
"XLogo"						[47]
"Xman"						[47]
"Xmh"						[47]
"Xsm"						[49]
"XTerm"						[47]
"Xwnmo"						[45]


18. CLASS EXTENSION RECORD TYPES

See Section 1.4.12 of the Xt Intrinsics manual.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"Xai" (prefix)					[59]
"XaiCoreClassExtension"				[59]

19. DISPLAY MANUFACTURER ID

See Section 9 of the X Display Manager Control Protocol.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"Acorn"						[49]
"CRAB"						[84]
"EFW"						[124]
"FUJITSU"					[87]
"HDS"						[70]
"JCC"						[90]
"Jupiter"					[93]
"TD"						[63]
"Metheus"					[117]
"MIT"						[8]
"NCD"						[66]
"PERITEK"					[116]
"WYSE"						[68]
"X/software-X/bigX"				[115]


20. NON-STANDARD CHARACTER SET ENCODINGS

See Section 6 of the Compound Text standard.

Name						Reference
----						---------
"DEC.CNS11643.1986-2"				[53]
	CNS11643 2-plane using the recommended
	internal representation scheme
"DEC.DTSCS.1990-2"				[54]
	DEC Taiwan Supplemental Character Set
"fujitsu.u90x03"				[87]
"ILA"						[62]
	registry prefix
"IPSYS"						[59]
	registry prefix
"omron_UDC"					[45]
        omron User Defined Charset
"omron_UDC_ja"					[45]
        omron User Defined Charset for Japanese
"omron_UDC_zh"					[45]
        omron User Defined Charset for Chinese(Main land)
"omron_UDC_tw"					[45]
        omron User Defined Charset for Chinese(Taiwan)


21. PEX VENDOR ID

For identifying GDPs, GSEs, enum values/types, OC types, table types.
See PEX 5.1 interoperability conventions.

Value	Name					Reference
-----	----					---------
1	MIT					[8]
2	GfxBase, Inc.				[74]
3	Silicon Graphics Computer Systems	[6]
4	Evans & Sutherland			[75]
5	Sun Microsystems, Inc.			[76]
6	Sumitomo Electric Workstation Corp.	[77]
7	Hewlett-Packard Co.			[78]
8	Metro Link Inc.				[79]
9	Stardent Computer			[80]
10	Sony Microsystems			[81]
11	Digital Equipment Corp.			[82]
12	Network Computing Devices		[66]
13	ShoGraphics, Inc.			[85]
14	Tektronix, Inc.				[86]
15	FUJITSU LIMITED				[87]
16	International Business Machines		[33]
17	Kubota Pacific Computer			[95]
18	Hitachi, Ltd.				[100]
19	Megatek Corporation			[112]
20	The XFree86 Project, Inc		[113]
21	Metheus Corp.				[117]


22. XIM ENCODINGS

Names of encodings used for text exchanged in the Input Method Protocol.
See XIM_ENCODING_NEGOTIATION in section 4.6 of the XIM standard.

"COMPOUND_TEXT"					[104]


REFERENCES

[1]	Keith Dawson
	MS: CHR 03 DE
	Apollo Computer Inc.
	300 Apollo Drive
	Chelmsford, MA 01824

[2]	Mark Patrick
	Ardent Computer
	880 West Maude Avenue
	Sunnyvale, CA 94086

[3]	X+ Multiple Buffering/Stereo Library Extension
	Mark Patrick, Ardent

[4]	Ardent X Server Private Extension
	Mark Patrick, Ardent

[5]	Visual Technology, Inc.

[6]	Philip Karlton
	System Software Division
	Silicon Graphics Computer Systems
	2011 N. Shoreline Blvd.
	Mountain View, CA 94309-7311

[7]	Ellis Cohen
	Open Softare Foundation
	11 Cambridge Center
	Cambridge MA 02142

[8]	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[9]	PEX Protocol Specification
	PEX Protocol Encoding
	PEX Introduction and Overview
	Randi Rost, Digital, document editor

[10]	Extending X for Double-Buffering, Multi-Buffering, and Stereo
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[11]	X Display Manager Control Protocol
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[12]	Compound Text Encoding
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[13]	X11 Nonrectangular Window Shape Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[14]	VEX - Video Extension to X
	Todd Brunhoff, Tektronix

[15]	ISO 8859, Information processing - 8-bit single-byte coded graphic
	character sets, parts 1 through 9

[16]	Inter-Client Communication Conventions Manual
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[17]	Obsolete

[18]	Xlib Manual
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[19]	X Logical Font Description Conventions
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[20]	IXI Limited

[21]	MIT Project Athena

[22]	Apple Computer, Inc.

[23]	X Window System Protocol
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[24]	Adobe Systems, Inc.

[25]	Bitstream, Inc.

[26]	Xt Intrinsics Manual
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[27]	Digital Equipment Corporation

[28]	Steve Pitschke
	Stellar Computer, Inc.
	95 Wells Ave.
	Newton, MA 02159

[29]	Jeff Vroom
	Stellar Computer, Inc.
	95 Wells Ave.
	Newton, MA 02159

[30]	Crucible
	Santa Cruz, CA

[31]	Chris D. Peterson
	Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc.
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge, MA  02139

[32]	Kyou Katoh
	PFU LIMITED
	687-1 Tsuruma 7 Gou Machida-shi
	Tokyo 194, Japan

[33]	Jeanne K. Smith
	D46/996    3500
	International Business Machines
	11400 Burnet Road
	Austin, TX  78758

[34]	Anonymous
	MIT Software Distribution

[35]	Larry Woestman
	Hewlett Packard Co.
	Corvallis Workstation Operation
	1000 NE Circle Blvd.
	Corvallis, OR 97330

[36]	Tom McFarland
	Hewlett-Packard, Co.
	Corvallis Information Systems
	1000 N.E. Circle Blvd.
	Covallis, OR  97330

[37]	Hideo Irie
	Work Station Division
	SuperMicro Systems Group
	Sony Corporation
	6-7-35 Kitasinagawa Sinagawa-ku
	Tokyo, Japan

[38]	JIS X 0201-1976 (reaffirmed 1984)

[39]	GB2312-1980

[40]	JIS X 0208-1983

[41]	KS C5601-1987

[42]	Linda Gass
	Adobe Systems
	PO Box 7900
	Mountain View, CA 94039-7900

[43]	Dave Cassing
	X Strategy Team 
	Tektronix, Inc.
	PO Box 1000
	Wilsonville, Oregon 97070-1000

[44]	ISO2022<REG>-<ENC>

	REG := [_L_<GL_register>][_R_<GR_register>]
	ENC := [L<GL_EscapeSequence>][R<GR_EscapeSequence>]
	<GL_EscapeSequence> :=
		<Left_set><intermediate characters><Final_byte>
	<GR_EscapeSequence> :=
		<Right_set><intermediate characters><Final_byte>
	<Left_set> :=
		  '4'	/* 94-character sets */
		| 'M'	/* Multiple-byte character sets */
	<Right_set> :=
		  <Left_set>
		| '6'	/* 96-character sets */
	<Final_byte> :=
		"30" - "7E" /* hex encoding of Latin-1 3/0 - 7/14 */
	<intermediate characters> :=
		  <empty>
		| <intermediate character><intermediate characters>
	<intermediate character> :=
		  "20" - "2F" /* hex encoding of Latin-1 2/0 - Latin-1 2/15 */

	The "ISO2022" prefix identifies this as an ISO2022-conforming encoding.
	[] denotes an optional construct.  <GL_register> and <GR_register> are
	organizational strings that identify this encoding as having a GL or GR
	component that is not registered with ECMA, but rather is private to
	the given organization.  At least one of L<GL_EscapeSequence> or
	R<GR_EscapeSequence> must be present.  If one is missing, the contents
	of the font in that graphics half is undefined.

[45]	Hiroshi Kuribayashi
	OMRON Corporation
	Computer System R&D Laboratory
	Shimokaiinji, Nagaokakyo-city
	Kyoto, 617, Japan

[46]	Kyle Marvin
	Visual Information Technologies, Inc. (VITec)
	3460 Lotus Drive
	Plano, TX 75075

[47]	X11R4

[48]	Data General Corp.
	62 T.W. Alexander Dr.
	R.T.P. NC, 27709
	Attn: Janet Leising

[49]	John Bowler
	Acorn Computers Limited
	Cambridge Technopark
	645 Newmarket Road
	Cambridge
	CB5 8PB
	England

[50]	Rick Franklin
	Intergraph Corporation
	One Madison Industrial Park
	Huntsville, Al.  35894-0001

[51]	Dan Coutu
	Digital Equipment Corporation ZKO 3-3/T13
	110 Spitbrook Rd.
	Nashua, NH 03062-2698

[52]	Takayuki Kageyama
	Computer Division
	Information Equipment Sector
	Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
	1006, Kadoma, Osaka, 571 Japan

[53]	CNS11643
	National Bureau of Standards
	Taiwan, Republic of China

[54]	KH Chan
	Digital Equipment Co.
	2-4/F Henan Building
	90 Jaffe Road, Wanchai,
	Hong Kong

[55]	Mike Wexler
	FXD/Telerate, Inc.
	2091 Landings Drive
	Mountain View, CA 94043

[56]	Lawrence J. Kilgallen
	Box 81
	MIT Station
	Cambridge, MA 02139-0901

[57]	David Rosenthal
	Sun Microsystems, Inc.
	2550 Garcia Avenue
	Mountain View, CA  94043

[58]	Murali V. Srinivasan
	MTV21-228
	Sun Microsystems, Inc.
	2550 Garcia Avenue
	Mountain View, CA  94043-1100

[59]	Keith Robson
	Ipsys Software plc
	Marlborough Court, Pickford St.,
	Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 6JD
	England

[60]	David Lewis
	Lewis, Trachtenberg & Associates
	One Kendall Square	(Building 200, Fourth Floor)
	Cambridge, MA 02139-1564

[61]	James J Dempsey
	Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.
	150 CambridgePark Drive
	Cambridge MA 02140

[62]	Glenn Adams
	International Lisp Associates
	114 Mount Auburn Street
	Cambridge, MA 02138

[63]	Sigvald Refsum
	Tandberg Data A/S
	PO Box 9
	Korsvoll, N-0808 OSLO 8

[64]	Masahiko Muramatsu
	System Techonology Development Center
	Fuji Xerox Co.,LTD.
	KSP/R&D Business Park Bldg.
	100-1, Sakado, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki-City, Kanagawa-Ken,
	213 JAPAN

[65]	Tim Glauert
	Olivetti Research Limited
	24a Trumpington Street
	Cambridge, England

[66]	Jim Fulton
	Network Computing Devices
	350 North Bernardo Ave.
	Mountain View, CA  94043

[67]	John Mackin
	6/23 Northwood Street
	Camperdown 2050
	AUSTRALIA

[68]	Bill Rainey
	Wyse Technology
	3471 N. First Street
	San Jose, CA 95134

[69]	PostScript Developer Support
	Adobe Systems Incorporated
	PO Box 7900
	Mountain View, CA 94039-7900

[70]	Adrian Bereanu
	Human Designed Systems

[71]	JIS X 0208-1990

[72]	JIS X 0212-1990

[73]	Dan Greening
	Software Transformation
	1601 Saratoga-Sunnyvale Rd
	Cupertino, CA 95014

[74]	Dale Luck
	GfxBase, Inc.
	1881 Ellwell Dr.
	Milpitas, CA 95035

[75]	Gary G. Cannon
	Evans & Sutherland
	580 Arapeen Dr.
	P.O. Box 58700
	Salt Lake City, UT 84158

[76]	Cheryl Huntington
	MS. MTV21-04
	Sun Microsystems
	2550 Garcia Ave.
	Mountain View, CA.  94043-1100

[77]	Junichi Hiramoto
	Manager, Engineering Department
	Sumitomo Electric Workstation Corp.
	No. 30 Kowa Bldg.  2-4-5 Roppongi, Minato-ku
	Tokyo, 106 Japan

[78]	Jeff Stevenson; MS 74
	Hewlett-Packard Co.
	3404 E. Harmony Road
	Fort Collins, CO  80525-9599

[79]	Garry M. Paxinos
	Metro Link Incorporated
	2213 W. McNab Rd
	Pompano Beach, FL 33069

[80]	John Dennis
	Stardent Computer
	6 New England Tech Center
	521 Virginia Road
	Concord, MA 01742

[81]	Mark Patrick
	Sony Microsystems
	651 River Oaks Parkway
	San Jose, CA 95134

[82]	Dick Coulter
	MLO1-2/U2
	Digital Equipment Corp.
	146 Main St.
	Maynard, MA  01754

[83]	Mark W. Snitily
	Snitily Graphics Consulting Services
	894 Brookgrove Lane
	Cupertino, CA 95014

[84]	Paul Verey
	Crab Advanced Technologies Ltd.
	First Base, Beacontree Plaza, Gillette Way
	Reading, RG2 0BP

[85]	Ken Garnett
	ShoGraphics, Inc.
	1890 N. Shoreline Blvd.
	Mountain View, CA 94043

[86]	Michael F. Cripps
	Tektronix, Inc
	P.O Boc 1000 MS 60-850
	Wilsonville, OR 97070-1000

[87]	Kyou Katoh
	FUJITSU LIMITED
	1015 Kamikodanaka Nakahara-ku
	Kawasaki 221, Japan

[88]	David Kaelbling
	Rational
	12 Mountain Rock Ln.
	Norfolk, MA 02056

[89]	Hal Berman
	Cognition Corporation
	755 Middlesex Turnpike
	Billerica, MA 01821

[90]	Takatoshi Ishii
	Japan Computer Corp.
	2-6-9, Higashi Kanda, Chiyoda-ku,
	Tokyo 101 Japan

[91]	Bill Janssen
	Xerox PARC
	3333 Coyote Hill Rd.
	Palo Alto, CA 94304

[92]	Rick Heli
	Sun Microsystems, Inc.
	2550 Garcia Avenue
	Mountain View, CA  94043-1100

[93]	Russell Leefer
	Jupiter Systems
	Suite 200
	1351 Harbor Bay Parkway
	Alameda, CA 94501

[94]	Bob Scheifler
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[95]	Greg Stiehl
	Kubota Pacific Computer
	2630 Walsh Avenue
	Santa Clara, CA 95051-0905

[96]	MIT Screen Saver Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[97]	Big Requests Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[98]	Randi Rost
	Kubota Pacific Computer
	2630 Walsh Avenue
	Santa Clara, CA 95051-0905

[99]	Ilan Aisic
	NYNEX ALLINK Co.
	4 Gannett Drive
	White Plains, NY 10604

[100]	Toshiyuki Kuwana
	Information Equipment Engineering Dept.
	Omika Works, Hitatchi Ltd.
	5-2-1 Omika-cho, Hitachi-shi, Ibaraki-ken, 319-12 Japan

[101]	Milind Pansare
	Mailstop MTV21-228
	Sun Microsystems, Inc.
	2550 Garcia Ave.,
	Mountain View CA. 94043

[102]	John L. Cwikla
	Wolfram Research, Inc.
	100 Trade Center Drive
	Champaign IL, 61820-7237

[103]	University of Washington
	for WM Tamil fonts

[104]	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[105]	Stephen Gildea
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[106]	Selwyn Henriques
	Tech-Source, Inc.
	442 S North Lake Blvd.
	Altamonte Springs FL 32701

[107]	ISO/IEC 646:1991, Information technology -- ISO 7-bit coded
	character set for information interchange

[108]	X Synchronization Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[109]	XC-MISC Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[110]	X Image Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[111]	X Keyboard Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 01239-1955

[112]	Allan Frankel
	Megatek Corporation
	16868 Via Del Campo Court
	San Diego, CA  92127-1714

[113]	David Wexelblat
	The XFree86 Project, Inc.
	c/o AIB Software Corporation
	46030 Manekin Plaza, Suite 160
	Dulles, VA  20166

[114]	Stuart W. Marks
	SunSoft, Inc.
	2550 Garcia Avenue, Mail Stop UMTV 21-122
	Mountain View, CA  94043-1100

[115]	Michael Gehret
	X/software
	Marktstrasse 8, D-87730
	Groenenbach, Germany

[116]	Bob Schulman
	Peritek Corp.
	5550 Redwood Road
	Oakland, CA 94619

[117]	Alan Ricker
	Metheus Coporation
	1600 NW Compton Dr.
	Beaverton OR, 97006

[118]	X Video Extension Protocol Description
	Version 2, 25-JUL-91
	David Carver

[119]	Network Working Group's RFC1489

[120]   Cronyx Ltd.
	Research Computer Center
	Moscow State University
	Moscow 119899, Russia
	Phone: +7 (095) 939-2323
	Fax: +7 (095) 939-0300
	E-mail: info@cronyx.ru

[121]	Sun Microsystems Federal, Inc.  Trusted Solaris Extension, 
	Milind Pansare
	Secure User Interface Group,
	Sun Microsystems Federal, Inc.
	Mail Stop MIL06-94
	2550 Garcia Avenue,
	Mountain View, CA 94043-1100

[122]	Record Extension
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955

[123]	Double Buffer Extension Specification
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955

[124]	James A. Moulton
	EFW, Inc
	4700 Marine Creek Parkway
	Ft. Worth, Texas 76136

[125]	Low Bandwidth X Extension Specification
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955

[126]	Security Extension Specification
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955

[127]	Application Group Extension Specification
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955

[128]	X11 Input Extension Protocol Specification
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955

[129]	X Print Extension Protocol Specification
	X Consortium
	201 Broadway
	Cambridge MA 02139-1955

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