Direct Save Protocol
The Direct Save Protocol, abbreviated XDS (for X Window Direct Save Protocol), is a software protocol that supports saving files by dragging them to file manager windows.
XDS is a feature of the X Window System graphical user interface for Unix-like computer operating systems.
XDS is built on top of the XDND protocol.
- Saving Files Via Drag-and-Drop: The Direct Save Protocol for the X Window System (original article)
- Saving Files Via Drag-and-Drop: The Direct Save Protocol for the X Window System (slightly extended Freedesktop.org version of the article)
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