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Re: non-x window manager

From: Rogelio M . Serrano Jr .
Subject: Re: non-x window manager
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 10:33:51 +0800

On 2003-10-22 10:07:13 +0800 Chris B. Vetter <address@hidden> wrote:

On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 09:49:33 +0800
"Rogelio M.Serrano Jr." <address@hidden> wrote:
My main interest now is a backend for Y. It has an integrated window manager. It uses fbdev. If there was a portable window manager in gnustep i could go straight to porting apps.

If you want to use Y instead of X11, you'll have to write a backend
anyway or contact Chad (?) and see how he's doing with his DirectFB

Im going to write a backend for Y because DirectFB wants to become more than a library.

Chad seems to be busy putting together packages for simplygnustep. Im trying to complement his work by building a stripped down distro optimised for gnustep. I have barely started though. I have only gone as far as bootstrap gnustep-make on a uclibc/busybox system. I used simpleinit from uil-linux. Its just a base development system now optimised for building ctools. Its a great to be free from autoconf at last.

No graphics at all. It might be worthwhile to build x for now but i want to have a non-x gui as a target.

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