Re: gnome and ice

Hi Michael,

> I am sure this is a stupid question but first: what is ice, second: how
> does gnome talk to ICE?  AF_INET?

I can only speak to the first question.  ICE, or
Inter-Client Exchange, is a framework for building
communication protocols among clients.
It supports authentication, version negotiation, data
typing, and connection management.  It's part of
the X Window System. (But you probably knew that :-)


Brian L. Sellden -,
User of Emacspeak 8.0,  making Unix talk.
	      What on earth would a man do with himself
		if something did not stand in his way?
		-- H.G. Wells

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