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  1. Also that the recommended model of linking to it,...

    Also that the recommended model of linking to it, is to import a copy of the 2,319,451 lines of code into your source tree. Congratulations: you now maintain a fork of a huge compiler, as well as a...
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    Well, X11 has called mouse-like devices (they're...

    Well, X11 has called mouse-like devices (they're not all mice) 'pointers' for the best part of three decades, so I think that'll do.


    It completely suspends the cursor, and gives you relative...
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    You've got terminology a bit mixed up here....

    You've got terminology a bit mixed up here. 'Pointer' in Wayland is always used in the sense of 'pointing device', i.e. mouse. So yes, it would be relative co-ordinates from the mouse (with or...
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    That only affects X11: Wayland can already take...

    That only affects X11: Wayland can already take advantage of these.
  5. no - the video decoder is a separate unit which...

    no - the video decoder is a separate unit which does not currently have an open driver.
  6. i've left jobs at nec, a melbourne university...

    i've left jobs at nec, a melbourne university college, linuxfund, canonical, and nokia previously: do you want to cast aspersions on whether i was just making a leap for more money in each case, or...
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    exactly - it's an extension to provide the client...

    exactly - it's an extension to provide the client with the projection, and have it send 3d surfaces rather than flat 2d
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    a much larger difference than network...

    a much larger difference than network transparency - which is really just a detail - is that x11 is designed around the client requesting rendering operations from the server, rather than the client...
  9. which is more speculation ...

    which is more speculation ...
  10. speculation, much? and again - you're just...

    speculation, much?


    and again - you're just making stuff up.
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    we felt that qt + qml might struggle for...

    we felt that qt + qml might struggle for resources, yes.
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    sorry to disappoint, but continuing the...

    sorry to disappoint, but continuing the wayland/weston theme, it's another small town around the US-20 west of boston.
  13. should've, but hasn't. there are a lot of TVs...

    should've, but hasn't. there are a lot of TVs where you just cannot disable overscan no matter what you do.
  14. SurfaceFlinger is comparable to Wayland (protocol...

    SurfaceFlinger is comparable to Wayland (protocol and compositor), Mir or X11. It supports composition of multiple windows, zerocopy buffer handling, etc. Its handling is perhaps a little primitive...
  15. how many mobile gpus have you reverse-engineered...

    how many mobile gpus have you reverse-engineered recently?
  16. gles is a pretty severe api, requiring a hell of...

    gles is a pretty severe api, requiring a hell of a lot of state tracking. things like glGetError() - which you should be doing - switch from requiring roundtrips to being in local cache. you also...
  17. in x11, yes, composition adds some extra...

    in x11, yes, composition adds some extra overhead. in wayland, it doesn't, because the composition is done inside the display server. x11 actually does composition too without a compositor, it's...
  18. yeah, i'm working on that this week.

    yeah, i'm working on that this week.
  19. it's a library to sit in between your display...

    it's a library to sit in between your display server (weston, xorg, mutter-wayland, etc) and your hardware. it's not tied to any particular window system, and also has zero impact on clients.
  20. it's just a way for valve to say thanks to debian...

    it's just a way for valve to say thanks to debian developers, since steamos is based on debian.
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