use wine as screensaver for x
mike at plan99.net
Mon Oct 23 13:11:30 CDT 2006
Yep, I've done this before but it was an evil, awful hack and I don't have
the patch anymore (probably just as well) :)
The way I did it was just to redirect the first created window, but again,
it was hacky. Hopefully you can find a better way.
On Thu, 19 Oct 2006 00:04:39 +0200, Detlef Riekenberg wrote:
> While waiting for the commit of my localspl-Patches,
> i want to picked up an fun project:
> Has anyone an Idea, how to modify "user32.dll" and
> "winex11.drv" to open a Window, when I already have the
> X11 Window-ID (example: XSCREENSAVER_WINDOW=0x280020)?
> My Idea is to include the wrapper code in explorer.exe
> and use similar code as already present for "/desktop".
> The Window width and height is not known on startup
> and does not match a well-known Desktop Size.
> I think, I need to add an Export to winex11.drv to fetch
> the size and reuse "X11DRV_create_desktop()" or add an Export
> to someting similar as "X11DRV_create_desktop()".
> The client registers a Window Class with a known name
> ("WindowsScreenSaverClass") and then CreateWindowEx must be
> redirected to the already created X11-Window.
> A lightwight solution might be to implement minimal features
> from "scrsave.lib" (RegisterClass) in "explorer.exe"
> and then call "ScreenSaverProc" directly.
> Any Ideas?
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