On Sun, Aug 13, 2000 at 08:09:27PM -0400, "Garry R. Osgood" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> One display server-specific thing that gets built into a particular compilation of 
> are choices about Xinput implementation, via the  GTK--xinput configuration switch. 
>Not sure
> how events sort out when one instance of GTK is faced with different flavors of 
>Xservers with
> different tablet drivers that map their valuators into XEvents differently.

It'll probably simply not work. But, hey, the gtk-xinput thing is rather
lousy at the moment and probably needs rework anyway ;)

However, I just looked at gdk and it doesn't look like if it supported
multiple displays at all (one global variable....), so there would need to
be a major design change (and probably a large API change as well).

> Tom? What was the mix of hardware?  Or were all the platforms uniform?

It only makes sense to support "X" (all flavours) or no X at all (on

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