cygwin XFree86 as windows window manager ?
Mon Jun 12 07:15:00 GMT 2000
> > I do not know about litesetp. If it does not know X protocols, it
> > will not be a good candidate because it would require adding code for
> > X protocols.
> Two people have responded similarly, so I was unclear.
> I was not suggesting buidling the X protocolos into litestep. I was
> suggesting building the windows shell capabilities into XFree86.
You are syggesting a whole new kind of X-server project. You are welcome
to work on it and we would gladly merge your changes to source tree.
> I want enlightenment to handle my entire windows desktop.
Not clear! Do you want elightment to manage Win32 and X desktops?
Not possible at present. We will gladly accept new contributions.
> ( http://www.chaosreigns.com/desktops - shots of my desktop under linux)
> On Mon, 12 Jun 2000, Pavel Roskin wrote:
> > ... but it doesn't manage windows. Windows are managed on a lower level.
> That's a shame. And my memory would seem to agree. I've seen the
> explorer desktop shell crash while other apps continued to run on more
> than one occasion.
> If explorer (the desktop shell layer) were managing the windows, the
> titlebars & control buttons would have gone away, and they didn't.
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