On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 02:30:25PM -0500, David Robillard wrote:
> > I just did a simple test:
Embedding the GUI in whatever window you like (e.g. a channel strip)
is just the same thing. The changes I made to jaaa made it accept a
window ID instead of its own top level parent window. It could equally
well accept parameters that define a rectangle in a host's window. And
if the host doesn't trust the plugin not to go outside its assigned
area it can just create a window for the plugin to use and have peace.
> It is also not portable (depends on X11),
I don't care about any system that doesn't support X11. I don't even
care about some that do.
> assumes the concept of "window" always makes sense(*),
If it doesn't you can create a window that makes sense, see above.
> and has other problems.
Such as ?
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