Well, on desktops we also strive to have nothing related to X. XWayland is of course not an option.
Originally Posted by mannerov
But yea, you're right, thinking about it, linking to OpenGL means just linking to libGL provided by whatever vendor there is, so I guess I will get automatic Wayland support as soon as I switch to SDL2 after all.
Blame your smartphone manufacturer for not adhering to standards in document interchange.
Originally Posted by nanonyme
pdf is an international standard (ISO 32000-1:2008).
Originally Posted by brosis
The "standards in document interchange" do not say "Everyone must implement support for each and every single possible of form of document that is a standard".
You should probably read http://lists.freedesktop.org/archive...ry/000770.html to clarify how it really is.
Originally Posted by GreatEmerald
rest of unix world is macos
Originally Posted by nslay
if you want to stop sucking, stop whining at people doing something useful and start doing something useful yourself
just like libreoffice *is* a built-in linux feature
Originally Posted by Delgarde
not everyone uses your browser
No, it's included in most Linux distributions, which is different.
Originally Posted by pal666
I'd be interested in the number of distributions that include libreoffice but no pdf reader.
Libreoffice can import PDFs, no?
Originally Posted by erendorn
I cannot try here, and it wasn't clear with a quick search that this is core or plug-in functionality in Libroffice, but it's quite possible.
Originally Posted by curaga