If you’re using the 1.2 API, and you manage to find some way to pass the window’s
SDL_Surface pointer from the one app to the other, then maybe. ?Not sure, since
I’ve never tried it.
Under the SDL 1.3 API, that’s a definite no, since it uses opaque handles that
are managed internally by SDL, inside each process’s own memory space.
Hi all, can SDL render on surfaces on a window created by another application?
Hi Mason, Thanks for your prompt reply… so if I am using Linux, will
there be a way to find out the XServer assigned window ID from the
window ID SDL uses internally?> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2009 09:20:39 -0700 (PDT)
From: Mason Wheeler
To: SDL Development List
Subject: Re: [SDL] question
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