Re: [gtk-list] Re: App container widget
- From: Frank Libe <flibe bellsouth net>
- To: gnome-components-list gnome org
- CC: George Zervas <gz4 doc ic ac uk>, gtk-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] Re: App container widget
- Date: Tue, 27 Jan 1998 14:58:33 -0500
How the %$#@ did I get on this list and how the %$#@ do I get off it?!?!
unsubscribe in subject area generates a response that I have been
removed, yet I keep getting emails!!!!!
Jim Pick wrote:
> George Zervas <email@example.com> writes:
> > Hi all,
> > I am currently working on application container widget as part of a
> > project
> Cool. I'm working on the same thing. I haven't gotten anywhere yet
> The gnome mailing lists are probably the best place to discuss this.
> See www.gnome.org. I'd suggest using firstname.lastname@example.org.
> I did write up a bit of a proposal:
> I'm also planning to use Owen Taylor's plugsocket code:
> This gives me the ability to visually embed any X app.
> If I embed an object that's smart about being embedded, I want to use
> CORBA to do some communication and enable the containing object to
> use an (add-hook ...) call to modify the behaviour of the contained
> I want to do a variety of different app containers for different
> purposes. Emacs-style, window-border "drawers" (like the Gnome
> panel), "active desktop"-style, even a conventional overlapping
> windows style with scripting options. I want to make the containers
> good citizens of the Gnome environment, with session management,
> drag-and-drop buffers, etc.
> Anyways - I've got zillions of ideas. I just need the time to learn
> stuff and implement it. Theoretically, it ought to be quite simple.
> I wouldn't recommend holding your breath waiting for me though. I'm
> known to be very slow. :-)
> - Jim
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