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Re: GNUstep and compositing?

From: Paul Csanyi
Subject: Re: GNUstep and compositing?
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2009 08:23:06 +0100


2009/10/31 Jon "Top Hat" Jones <address@hidden>
> I've been searching the net for a few hours now, and I haven't been able to 
> find anything to help me with what I'm wanting to do.
> I want to have a GNUstep desktop environment (DE), with the wonderful dock 
> and clip (I love them boxes), but with support for compositing, such as 
> Compiz Fusion.
> I have been trying to find out how to add compositing support to a DE, but 
> every search phrase I use inevitably results in links describing how to 
> enable Compiz in a DE that already has support.
> The problem is, I DON'T want GNOME, I DON'T want KDE, I DON'T want any DE 
> that uses a "panel", "taskbar", or any other interface that resembles that 
> found in Windows or MacOS.
> I am perfectly willing to write the code myself, if someone will point me in 
> the right direction.
> On the other hand, if a GNUstep-based DE already exists with compositing 
> support, I would very much appreciate a link to that.

Have you tried the Window Maker window manager?

Regards, Paul Chany

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