On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 4:45 PM, Pedro Alves wrote:
libsuil *could* do that (if someone wrote the code for it).
but why? real hosts are not written with Xlib, they are written with
Qt, or GTK or ... for this to be useful for the host (i.e. provide
some reason to use it), its much more sensible to return an object at
the same level of abstraction as the host is already using for its own
GUI. embedding another Gtk widget into a Gtk window is a LOT easier
than embedding an X window ID, and in fact is the whole reason why
libsuil exists. you're also forgetting about the event loop part of
this - its not all about on-screen objects.
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