ikorot at earthlink.net
Fri Jun 1 00:05:31 PDT 2007
>From: Peter Hutterer <mailinglists at who-t.net>
>Sent: Jun 1, 2007 2:46 AM
>To: Igor Korot <ikorot at earthlink.net>
>Cc: xorg at lists.freedesktop.org
>Subject: Re: MDI implementation
>Igor Korot wrote:
>> Yes, reason explained above. I'm using wxWidgets library, which is based on GTK+.
>> So, is it possible to do that based on the X only interface?
>> If so, where can I find the doc to such classes/functions?
>> Besides, I do think that QT has to call some X functions/classes to implement
>> such API....
>Xlib is very low-level, far below the concept of MDI. Anything on the UI
>is just a window with certain looks and certain event masks (e.g. a
>button is a window that listens for button events and updates it's
>Just learning how to use Xlib is a start, but don't expect MDI-like
>functions. The closest thing to MDI I can think of right now is
>XReparentWindow(), but that's only half of what you actually need to do.
So, I guess I left here with only one choice: look at QT implementation, and
try to do the same on GTK+ side...
Or there is another option?
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