Le lundi 27 juin 2011 à 16:14 +0200, Ingo Weinhold a écrit : > While getting something comparable to (and ideally working better than) the > Gnome/KDE session management is indeed my main interest, I don't see why not > to make the mechanism more powerful. Workspaces are nice, but e.g. Haiku > alone has far more subprojects I have been working on than I do have > workspaces. A way to selectively open my last packagfs/Debugger/kernel > debugger/VM/... session (including Tracker, Pe, Terminal, BePDF, and Web+ > windows) would be pretty cool, ideally with a way to choose the workspaces > for the windows (as stored/on current/select per stored). Yeah, I wrote my dev-perso script to allow separating projects for Terminal, but it only handles project-specific history and vars, and I still miss something to help with other apps... > At least from what I can tell the requirements for both features are similar > enough to plan a common interface. I believe it has to be a bit more refined, > however, than passing the application a BMessage and letting it use whatever > archival protocol it wants, so the session selector can extract required info. OTH BApplication is a BArchivable, right ? François.