Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Sat Feb 22 00:32:59 CST 2003
On February 21, 2003 02:39 pm, Eric Pouech wrote:
> it's mainly because most of the clipboard related code (I mean part of
> Wine putting info onto the clipboard) are using the Win32 interface,
> which means we cannot differentiate between CLIPBOARD and PRIMARY as X11
> apps can do. See a thread a couple of weeks ago on this subject.
True, but it's courter intuitive for a Windows user. I think we're better
off simply copying to clipboard on select (using the Win32 API). All
consoles in X behave this way, there's no way a user can tell our console
it's written for Winelib, and hence behaves differently. In fact, the
user should not care what lib a console uses: a console, is a console,
is a console.
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