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[XWEM]: Re: Fun with frames

From: Steve Youngs
Subject: [XWEM]: Re: Fun with frames
Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 13:40:27 +1000
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* Zajcev Evgeny <address@hidden> writes:

  > Steve Youngs <address@hidden> writes:
  >> * Zajcev Evgeny <address@hidden> writes:
  > [...]
  >> >   NOTE:
  >> >   After today commit, which i will performe in few hours, really big
  >> >   commit which even changes core things in xwem a little, so will need
  >> >   testing, it will be possible to write something like:
  >> >     (define-xwem-command my-xwem-switch-frame (name)
  >> >       "Switch to xwem frame named by NAME."
  >> >       (xwem-interactive (list (xwem-completing-read "XWEM Frame: "
  >> >                                 (mapcar (lambda (f) (list 
(xwem-frame-name f)))
  >> >                                    xwem-frames-list))))
  >> >       (let ((frame (xwem-frame-find 'name name)))
  >> >          (when (xwem-frame-p frame)
  >> >             (xwem-frame-select frame))))
  >> This works great.  Consider it tested. :-)

  > Only one problem is that there no frame names unification, i.e.  if
  > you have two frames named 'default' this stuff will take first frame
  > named 'default'.

Perhaps ensure that frame names are unique...

  >> >      To show how expectances works, just try: H-o r xterm RET
  >> Or lazy people (or people who can't spell "xterm") could do 
  >> `H-o H-a x'  :-)

  > Great!  I did not know abouth this :)

See what you can find out by just "playing around" :-)

  > Great!  How do you think when it will be possible to start with
  > xwem for ordinary XEmacs users? :)

I say now! :-)

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