Theming for Wine via the registry
oliver_stieber at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Mar 12 16:15:28 CST 2005
--- Mike Hearn <mike at navi.cx> wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-03-12 at 21:00 +0000, Oliver Stieber
> > >
> > > Ah, that's different. That'd actually require
> > > Gtk/Qt which we cannot
> > > do, the best we can get is to look like them.
> > >
> > What's the problem, licensing, integration or
> > thread-safety (I know QT isn't thread safe)
> Well all those *could* be problems, but the real
> problem is that the
> Windows widget toolkit and GTK/Qt are too different,
> you can't map
> between them.
The only problem I can see would be drawing the
widgets, I haven't looked deeply enough into QT or GTK
to know if it's more on the 'impossible' side of
difficult or not.
Wrapping the event loop and passing events should be
> > I may have a look at that too, it would be useful
> > QT/GTK could use some of the existing Windows
> > accessibility software.
> No, that's not what I meant. Implementing OLE
> accessibility would mean
> that Win32 apps on Wine appear to in native tools
> like at-poke. It
> wouldn't mean you could use win32 accessibility
> software to access
> native apps.
That doesn't sound too hard, I don't know how well
defined Gnome and QT's accessibility interfaces are
but I think QT's coming along quite well it would be
nice is everything got Dbused though.
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