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Sun, 24 Mar 2002 23:22:27 +0100
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I like that new interface, it makes things much more explicit. There is
still one method I am missing:
- (NSRect) boundsForScreen: (int) screen;
This currently get done via DPScurrentwindowbounds() using the screen
number as the window number. This may be ok for X, where we always have
a root window, but even there I would prefer a specific method.
What is still a bit unclear to me is the relationship between a context
and a display server. A graphics context for plotting does not know
about a display, but one drawing to a window should. And may the same
context be used for different display server, e.g in the case that a
window move to a different screen. Or are all screens managed by the
same display server?
Still as long as we have just the case of one display server everything
PS: Did you have a look at that abstract non PostScript context and
gsgstate classes I did send you. I think we should introduce them to
GNUstep at the same time we add the display server.
- GSDisplayServer, Adam Fedor, 2002/03/23
- Re: GSDisplayServer,
Fred Kiefer <=