Versions & mass-appeal
Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Wed Oct 30 15:57:23 CST 2002
On October 30, 2002 04:50 pm, Lionel Ulmer wrote:
> I wholeheartedly disagree here.. I only use (and only ever will) use
> Desktop mode in Wine. It's the same (for me) as using Tabbed browsing in
> Mozilla : you have all the related mess in one window :-)
Sorry Lionel, but You Are Wrong (tm)! :) By your rationale, all KDE
apps should start up their own desktop, all GTK apps another desktop,
and so on. This way lies madness.
An app, is an app, is an app. I don't give a flying !@#$ if it's
a Qt, Gtk, Python, Perl, Java, Wine, wxWindows, you-name-it app.
I don't want every toolkit, library, etc. to invent their own
universe with their own little desktop. It would be crazy. You
feel the need to group apps to cleanup your workspace: fine,
instruct your WM to do it! This does not belong in the toolkit!
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