On Friday 04 March 2011 22:00:47, Paul Davis wrote:
> but why? real hosts are not written with Xlib, they are written with
> embedding another Gtk widget into a Gtk window is a LOT easier
I was implying always Xembed'ding when host and plugin are
both X11 based, with the ugliness all tucked away in the
library. But it seems I can infer then that one of the
design choices of libsuil is to allow trusting plugins
into the address space party.
I wonder how long it will take until there's a cry for
a way to force plugins to be loaded out-of-process . ;-)
Thanks for the explanations.
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