On 1/5/06, Ben Ford <ben@...> wrote:
> I know that I can create an Evas object on the framebuffer myself. Can
> I make an Ewl app on the framebuffer?
EWL has an fb engine, though it's limited to a single window for the
application right now. Run any app with --ewl-help to see the list of
available command line options, there is one to use the FB.
Does Ewl even expose the underlying Evas for direct manipulation?
You can use EWL and Evas for interaction in two ways.
1. Create an EWL window, wait for a realize callback on your widget, get th=
embed that owns your widget and access the evas inside the embed.
2. Create an Evas, create a new ewl_embed, then assign the evas to the
embed. This will cause EWL to just use the Evas you've already created. You
may need to add a configure callback to the first widget you pack inside th=
embed, because the embed will just position widgets at the coords they
request (default is 0, 0).