Re: A few GDK questions

GDK only exposes stuff that's useful for writing a normal-ish
application; it won't expose things you might want if you're writing
one of the various sorts of "manager" like a window manager,
compositing manager, system tray manager, etc. But it has everything
GTK uses and GTK is sufficient to write a desktop application. If
you're doing a window manager or something, I would not advise using
GDK for that.


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