mikelima at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 01:46:09 PDT 2007
On venerdì 30 marzo 2007, Lubos Lunak wrote:
> What I especially don't get is why there are all those 10k libX*.so
> libraries like libXdamage.so that all could be simply included in
> libXext. They're so awfully small that this is IMHO modularization taken
> a bit too far and I fail to see any advantage in this that'd be worth all
> the overhead.
Couldn't libxcb help here? If I understand correctly, it is meant as a
lower-level replacement for libX11. Does it provide access to X11
extensions too? In this case, porting toolkits (Qt, Gtk) to xcb instead of
relying on libX11 and co. would be a net win.
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