> I imagine that when handling multiple windows things would get
> trickier. How
> do you handle things like one server window covering up part of another
> server window, and thus the lower server window isn't getting
> redraw events
> on the server side?
Put each top-level window on a separate X screen.
For window manager functionality, send ICCCM messages
to the app in response to changes to the VNC client window.
> You'd also need a way to be notified if windows were
> being created on the server.
And thinking more about it, since Xvnc is a real X
server, it is already getting window creation and
> Then theres the matter of multiple clients.
I'll live without multiple clients for this kind of
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