Wayland 1.10 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Wayland on 16 February 2016 at 07:23 PM EST. 18 Comments
WAYLAND --
Wayland 1.10 was officially released today with Bryce Harrington of Samsung's Open-Source Group announcing the release on behalf of all Wayland developers.

Wayland 1.10 adds support for drag and drop actions, frame events for grouping pointer events together, a buffer damage request, reference counting for shared memory buffers, other new API additions, and more. Wayland 1.10 details via this mailing list post.

The Weston 1.10 reference compositor adds a new V4L2 demo client, better multi-screen support for the IVI (In-Vehicle Infotainment) shell, touch input support, optional systemd notification support, and a variety of other new features. Details on Weston 1.10 via this mailing list post.
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