Re: integrate sawfish into Emacs?

> Do you guys think of integrating sawfish into Emacs? i.e., to make Emacs
> be the WM! So that maybe most of the applications, like firefox,
> xpdf,...which are currently outside Emacs's world,  will be also
> controlled by Emacs. And that's cool!

I think it's a bad idea.  What are the actual benefits, other than

The obvious major drawback is that your environment would become more
fragile.  Any emacs problem would mean not having a window manager.
There's also a chicken-and-egg problem: if emacs is the window
manager, then suddenly you have the window manager managing itself.
Not a pretty thought.
    Geoff Kuenning   geoff cs hmc edu

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