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[Discuss] running GTK+ apps in a web browser

Jay Kramer wrote:
> Speaking of Web OS, The latest version of GTK will make it possible to
> run GNU applications on the web browser using HTML5

Pretty interesting:

  The HTML5 "Broadway" backend allows rendering GTK applications in
  HTML5-capable browsers. That means that you can run Gedit, GIMP and
  other applications in a web browser (both local and remotely).

> 2013 should be an interesting year.

That article is over a year old, and it refers to the videos it embeds
as "old," so it sounds like this functionality was introduced quite a
while ago, yet we haven't heard much (anything?) about it since. Makes
me think development on it has either ceased, or was found to be


Tom Metro
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