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Name
Jens Eckervogt
Joined
16th July 2009 (11 years ago2009-07-16 11:21:18 UTC)
Last Visited
4 days ago2020-11-22 18:01:41 UTC
Email
jenseckervogt1983@gmail.com
Location
Germany
Languages
German, English, Filipino ( little )
Birthday
28/12
Skills
Mapping, Programming

Hello everyone, nice to meet me!

I am 35 years old and I am deaf. Please respect me! Please don't discriminate me! I am in relationship with my Filipina wife. Thanks!

I am developing with C# MonoDevelop and I would like to release my own library XLibSharp ( It is Wrapper for XLib/X11 )
  • Bad news -
Sdl2 embeds Gtk+2.0 or Gtk+3.0 when everyone adds button in our app than it will crash. So sad way!
Look It is proof without button = It works as well. But I can't expect because I add button than it crashes from nothing.
Stackoverflow
Result:
User posted image
And using GL Functions:
User posted image
But It is really sad because I cannot do if I add button than Gtk+2.0 and Gtk+3.0 crash simply.

I will look for embedding SDL2's window on X11/XLib. But I saw sometimes it has successful with XLib/X11 + SDL2 = with button, listbox or whatever - It works as well. I found link. Wow, is it really "embbeding SDL2 on X11 Window? I caught X11 can work for embeddiration as well. Like Mp4 video or Qemu bootloader and any plugins are successful to embed on X11's window or child window. But I don't appreciate that. I will look for fixing solution for embedding because Half-Life has SDL2 than we have not problem for embedding mode in X11.

NEWS NEWS NEWS
I move to Net Core 3.1 because Mono Runtime 6.8.0 support special RuntimeInformation like for Linux and FreeBSD. But I have problem with VMWare :/ I will try VIrtualBox with FreeBSD

I will try with FreeBSD because I really want know if LibX11 exists under FreeBSD

Thanks!