Re: GTK-XCB is in progress

In order to win the performance, I would like to make use of round-trip delays to get work done in gdk-xcb firstly, which is impossible with Xlib in general. Also the small library and transparent thread safety are the reason of xcb-porting. These features have been illuminated a lot.


On 11/8/06, Ross Burton <ross burtonini com> wrote:
On Tue, 2006-11-07 at 15:28 -0200, Johan Dahlin wrote:
> >> Anyway, I'd appreciate any advice/pointers you could provide, poking
> >> at the gdk-xcb backends.
> >
> > Leaves me wondering, what do you see as the benefit of the XCB backends
> > for the Gtk+ stack?
> I'd say thread-safety.

And the ability to not link to libX11, which is relatively huge.

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