Ihor Radchenko <yanta...@posteo.net> writes:

> Instead of passing dnd data as is from the OS, Emacs can convert it into
> a standardized format, independent of the OS. Then,
> `dnd-protocol-alist' can allow handlers for such standardized dnd type.
> In our scenario, the dnd data will be dropped file list. Emacs should
> internally detect such file lists for GNU/Linux / Windows / other
> platforms with dnd support and then convert them into the same format.
> Then, dnd users can add (file-list . FUNCTION) into `dnd-protocol-alist'
> and the FUNCTION will be passed with the converted data that will always
> be the same for all the OSes.
> Does it make sense?

Yes, that is scrutable.  I will write this.

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