Unexpected behavior in Linux

Pupeno <>
Fri Jun 2 16:17:49 CEST 2006


On Friday, 2 de June de 2006 11:52, Daniel Luna wrote:
> > If there are no other posibilities, I'd say that as soon as the window
> > was resized over certain size, resize it back.
>
> Oh, no! Don't ever do this. It's the job of the window manager to resize
> windows. You could easily have infinite loops in window managers that want
> to have its own window sizes.
>
> Ratpoison, for instance, would break horribly with this implementation.

Yes, right, I should have thought about it before.
I'd say:
A) let the user do whatever he wants.
B) rely on the window manager and if that's not possible, do B.
-- 
Pupeno <> (http://pupeno.com)
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