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    funkSTAR
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  • funkSTAR
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    Happy times. The branch is now getting some more TLC by redhatters. Merge time?

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  • runeks
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    Originally posted by runeks View Post
    wip/csd-for-review doesn't work for me currently (no CSD when run with the Wayland GDK backend). wip/csd does, however.
    Disregard this message. It works. I think the problem was that I was building it while running weston, so it couldn't overwrite the already existing weston executable.

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  • runeks
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    wip/csd-for-review doesn't work for me currently (no CSD when run with the Wayland GDK backend). wip/csd does, however.

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  • Delgarde
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    Originally posted by GreatEmerald View Post
    Ah, right, so it's just Michael being slow to report that.
    Not really - it's hardly news that the Gtk folks are working on Wayland, and have been for a long time. This is just that their latest work happen to more or less coincide with the Mir announcement...

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  • GreatEmerald
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    Ah, right, so it's just Michael being slow to report that. That said, hey, at least we can expect more coverage of Wayland-related news on this site

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  • chenxiaolong
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  • chenxiaolong
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    Originally posted by GreatEmerald View Post
    Looks like something good is coming out of the whole Mir controversy, at least.
    This GTK branch actually predated the revealing of Mir

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  • GreatEmerald
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    Looks like something good is coming out of the whole Mir controversy, at least.

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  • Ancurio
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  • Ancurio
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    Why not have a library called something like libwayland-decoration?

    Then all widget toolkits, GTK, Qt, EFL, Clutter, etc all use this decoration library to draw the window decorations?

    Then all applications will have decorations that look the same and have a nice unified look.

    We don't want GTK and Qt applications to look different and alien. We want nice integration.
    It's too early still. I'm pretty sure some unified effort will be made in the future, but it will most likely involve
    using subsurfaces for the decoration, which aren't finished yet (work in progress).

    Right now though, something is needed to get apps working in a basic state, so GTK draws them itself.

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  • Akka
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  • Akka
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    Originally posted by giselher View Post
    Because the window manager will draw the decorations. But there is no window manager for weston that supports sever-side-decorations. Also there are advantages with client side decorations, like having control over your titlebar and having AA when doing something like wobbly-windows.
    You can have one decoration library without have serverside decoration.
    But I think wayland is wrong place for it.

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  • giselher
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  • giselher
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    Why not have a library called something like libwayland-decoration?

    Then all widget toolkits, GTK, Qt, EFL, Clutter, etc all use this decoration library to draw the window decorations?

    Then all applications will have decorations that look the same and have a nice unified look.

    We don't want GTK and Qt applications to look different and alien. We want nice integration.
    Because the window manager will draw the decorations. But there is no window manager for weston that supports sever-side-decorations. Also there are advantages with client side decorations, like having control over your titlebar and having AA when doing something like wobbly-windows.

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