Re: Learning to program sawfish

Rodrigo Amestica <ramestica nrao edu> writes:
> On the other hand, the information you have provided here seems to
> indicate that, indeed, using hooks is THE approach for programming
> sawfish.

That is exaggerating a bit.  Lisp code is executed on events by two
mechanisms: keymaps and hooks.  Keymaps deal with pointer and keyboard
events, for other event types one needs to use hooks.

	Timo Korvola		<URL:>

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