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Multiple back-end architectures

From: Pablo Di Noto
Subject: Multiple back-end architectures
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 2003 23:50:45 -0300

Hi all,

A simple question:

Is it possible to compile gnustep-back with support for two graphic architectures at the same time?
Or better: Is it necessary?

My setup is Mandrake 9.1; Latest GNUstep (1.8.0 and 0.9.0) running with libart_lgpl2 and --enable-graphics=art; and it works flawlessly (after the needed ArtResources install, of course). But as I expected, connecting to that machine from a remote X display showed empty windows and lots of errors on the display console.

Let's say I want to use an application with art backend for efficiency and good-looks locally, but use the traditional x11 backend when remote. Is it possible?

Thanks in advance!

By the way: "Muchachos, se pasaron!" (Argentinean for "You guys rule!")

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