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Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH] Embed QEmu screen on a custom window

From: Pierre d'Herbemont
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH] Embed QEmu screen on a custom window
Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 16:39:48 +0200

On 26 mai 05, at 23:07, Christian MICHON wrote:
I do not know what cocoa.m implementation is, but I've seen

cocoa.m is just a qemu video driver which uses natives Mac OS X UI Libraries.

It does require space, and if you go full-screen,
you can't do modifications.

I am not sure that you speak about the cocoa driver. The cocoa video driver is lighter than the SDL one, since it doesn't require the SDL dependencies. And I don't get the full-screen point: cocoa.m still need much work, and that is why it doesn't support fullscreen (yet). (BTW Mike has been doing some great improvements which will be hopefully soon committed in the head cvs repository.)

Hence the suggestion to go
full SDL.

Fabrice would like to see the native GTK, or Win32 qemu video coded. Because then a decent UI could be added to qemu. The front ends will always be limited, and the previous hack seems a bit crazy, and nearly nasty: you can do that directly via a video driver for qemu, and moreover it will let you far more control over qemu.


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