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Old 08-22-2012, 10:57 AM   #1
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X windows server communication

HI I'm starting to go to school for computer programming; i know python pretty well, when I'm done with my school id like to know how to develop a complete WM for Linux. Since i know python I've been looking at pywm. I did a search and found a question; whats the difference between Xlib /XCB high and low level bindings vs opening a socket directly from the X server? when its done correctly is their a difference in performance, i know the latter is the more difficult insane method but i was curious to know what benefits one would gain by doing so.


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