Re: MUST or SHOULD in window gravity?

Still sounds like SHOULD to me...

In IETF terminology, SHOULD means "implement unless you have some very
good reason not to".  In this context, there exist special purpose
applications where the window manager has to have control and override
the applications desires.

They should be able to comply with a well written spec, even if they
do override the user's or applications preference.

SHOULD means what it says: it should really be done this way, unless
there is some overriding reason to do something else.

If won't continue to function at all, then things become a MUST.
				- Jim

Jim Gettys
Technology and Corporate Development
Compaq Computer Corporation
jg pa dec com

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