# To subscribers of the xforms list from Steve Lamont <email@example.com> :
> The simplest would be to let the child process draw in the window
> created (and event-managed) by the parent.... And that gives my first
> question : "Can a child process draw in a window created by the parent -
> and only draw, since the event management is achieved by the parent
> process ?"
This may cause problems, since I believe that GLX uses the X wire
protocol, leading to an Xlib async error.
You might want to look into a multithreaded application. X11R6 has
some support for multithreaded applications. I'm not sure how smart
OpenGL is about multithreading, though.
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