It feels like the committee is burnt out on trying to solve the
general library problem, but contemplating something massively complex
like this instead doesn't follow, and is an answer to the wrong

Make it easier to integrate libraries and we wouldn't see kludge
proposals like this.

On Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 9:45 AM, Botond Ballo <> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> With the proposal for a standard 2D graphics library now on ice [1],
> members of the C++ standards committee have been investigating
> alternative ways of giving C++ programmers a standard way to write
> graphical and interactive applications, in a way that leverages
> existing standards and imposes a lower workload on the committee.
> A recent proposal along these lines is for a standard embedding
> facility called "web_view", inspired by existing embedding APIs like
> Android's WebView:
> As we have some experience in the embedding space here at Mozilla, I
> was wondering if anyone had feedback on this embedding library
> proposal. This is an early-stage proposal, so high-level feedback on
> the design and overall approach is likely to be welcome.
> Thanks!
> Botond
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