>>> Is anyone already working for supporting multiple types of
>>> graphical terminals simultaneously?
>> Simon Leinen wanted to work on this a while ago, but I haven't
>> heard back from him about it, so I expect he was sufficiently busy
>> with other problems
> Unfortunately that's exactly true. I never really got started with
> it, and won't get to it in the near or medium future. However I'm
> more than willing to help test this if someone does start
> implementing this.
>> It would be a great to be able to use a single Emacs that can
>> display on a w32 display as well as X11 remote displays.
> For me the motivation was similar (except Mac/NextStep instead of
> w32), but my current workaround is to just use X11 on the Mac.
> Improved TTY/X11(/...) coexistence could be another benefit.
> I allow myself to quote some useful hints from a private mail you
> sent me then (almost three years ago):
Thanks for the info. I guess adding a new type of output-only
graphical terminal for printing is much easier than supporting
multiple types of GUI terminals, because we don't have to care about
event handling for the former.