Re: Opening multiple instances of balsa

Epiphany, Galeon, and Gedit do it using bonobo servers. I believe there
is also a GEP regarding this called Bonobo Unique Application. I think
the basic idea is that the bonobo server just keeps track of whether
there are running instances using a factory. In the above cases, it
sends the commands to those instances, but for balsa it should probably
just raise the window.

On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 09:58, Darko Obradovic wrote:
> Am 02.05.2003 16:39 schrieb(en) Carlos Morgado:
> > humm, wasn't i supposed to write bonobo controls for balsa ? garrr
> I don't get this... it's not related to multiple instances I guess, 
> huh? :)
> What would be the way to do it? Checking if another process from the 
> user is already running? I know Galeon did that up to 1.3.3 for me, but 
> with the new 1.3.4 it started opening multiple windows as well... but 
> it is somewhat normal for a web-browser. ;o)
> Does the Gnome-framework maybe offer anything for that case? Was that 
> the bonobo-note up there?
> bye,
> Darko

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