Re: [Quartz] Gtk Selection

On Jun 9, 2010, at 1:31 AM, Kristian Rietveld wrote:

> On Jun 8, 2010, at 5:42 PM, John Ralls wrote:
>> It's too early for requirements. First we need to figure out what to abstract, and whether each abstraction really belongs in Gdk or should be moved "up" to Gtk (like clipboards) or "down" to Glib (like string conversions). Wikis are like whiteboards: They're a useful aid to a discussion but not a vehicle for the discussion itself. 
>> So if you want to start a wiki page, maybe you start a list of what Gdk abstracts, and we can discuss here where (i.e., GLib, Gdk, Gtk, or somewhere else, including Cairo and Pango) each of those abstractions belong. We could also consider whether there are abstractions in other libraries which would fit more naturally into Gdk.
> This is actually more or less what I meant.  Listing what GDK abstracts and start drafting how this may be improved.  I think "requirements" was the wrong choice of words on my side :)

Oh, and keep in mind extended input devices, tablets, etc. including hot-plug. The current GTK documentation is from GTK 1.x, and things are in need of updating even for X11.

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