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    well it's not a wrapper. i would consider a...

    well it's not a wrapper. i would consider a wrapper something that intends to just hide the "nasty ugly raw details" of a lower level api and make it simpler. this is more than that. this glues in...
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    no it's not. you asked if it's a new display...

    no it's not. you asked if it's a new display server. it's not. it's not a server of any kind. it does not accept clients (multiple) or arrange access to input devices for other client processes. it's...
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    no - drm/kms support gives the ability to do...

    no - drm/kms support gives the ability to do accelerated display direct to the kernel (framebuffer). this is the basis for weston, for xorg (modern xorgs that support kms and use drm - not older...
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    how do you think weston works? or xorg itself...

    how do you think weston works? or xorg itself (kms)? this is how you get to do buffer flipping, vsync, mode switching (kernel) etc. - and its the core of making a compositor that goes direct to...
  5. it was an explicit requirement to do multiple...

    it was an explicit requirement to do multiple inheritance, so it's there. we have multiple inheritance already implicit in our api's but have had to duplicate stuff all over. this should improve that.
  6. in some ways it is just like that. i even looked...

    in some ways it is just like that. i even looked at gobject with the view of using it, but it wasn't right for us. eo has several things different. it's more geared towards our needs and our existing...
  7. ecore_fb suppots ps/2 input devices in the core....

    ecore_fb suppots ps/2 input devices in the core. there is support for tslib for touch panels but nothing sepcifically for touchpads if they don't have ps/2 emulation. simply no one has written any...
  8. correct. this allows an app to run with kms/drm...

    correct. this allows an app to run with kms/drm etc. support. the same support we use to make e be a direct-to-kms/drm compositor, so it's all the same core. you can use it to build a wayland...
  9. fb support is already there in efl - has been for...

    fb support is already there in efl - has been for a long time, but its fbcon - which means no hw accel, all updates are copies by the cpu from a backing render buffer to the destination fb, no vsync...
  10. nope - not for tizen only. for general support of...

    nope - not for tizen only. for general support of kernel kms/drm display. tizen is one target of course.
  11. That;s EFL 1.9 beta, not Enlightenment... :)

    You'll have to wait longer for Enlightenment 0.19 to be out - this is just EFL 1.9 ... now we're on our 3 month release cycle.
  12. pretty much - yup. by your above - fedora ==...

    pretty much - yup. by your above - fedora == gnome, ubntu == unity, opensuse == kde etc.. (yes rough), and for use... arch == e. AUR has enlightenment-git packages. we keep PKGBUILD files up to date...
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    e wasn't trendy back then. it did what everyone...

    e wasn't trendy back then. it did what everyone else was NOT doing. no one did themes. the best you had was the thickness of your fixed bevels (1, or 2 pixels) and the bg/fg color. when i started...
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    it wasn't removed - it just works differently...

    it wasn't removed - it just works differently now. now you can technically set your elementary theme to a list of themes from highest priority to lowest, and of course finding elements is...
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    perhaps we don't want that? perhaps we aren't...

    perhaps we don't want that? perhaps we aren't trendites that just follow the latest fashion just because everyone else does. :)
  16. of course it does. google for benchmarks on...

    of course it does. google for benchmarks on performance and compositing that involve enlightenment (e17, etc.). there is EXPLICITLY an option to turn this on or off in the compositor settings (and is...
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    i did read. those kde libs are part of the...

    i did read. those kde libs are part of the toolkit. from the view of a softeware developer. they provide features and services beyond what qt alone does. it's the same for gtk + gnome libs. efl...
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    have you ever written software? any decently...

    have you ever written software? any decently complicated bit of software? i take that as a no. when you write an app - a complex gui app and a terminal counts as a complex one, MOST of the app is...
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    mouse? why? terminals need to provide mouse...

    mouse? why? terminals need to provide mouse feedback to terminal apps. there are vt escapes for enabling this and most terminals support it. it's also how you do selections... or click on links......
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    it's called xterm. or rxvt. or urxvt. The fact is...

    it's called xterm. or rxvt. or urxvt. The fact is that these don't LOOK like they fit and miss most of the fancy features everyone now expects. And maybe you didn't look - Terminology is much more...
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