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  • #11
    Originally posted by MastaG View Post
    Well lets hope it lands before the next release in march.. then Fedora can benefit first.
    I suspect these will be in 3.34.1.

    No real reason to think that and no one has suggested it but over the last few release cycles some work has gone in after final release and before the focus has shiften on to the new cycle.

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    • #12
      You- Agree. For shell and mutter the .0 release feels like a prerelase for packaging and testing. 0.1 is feature release and 0.2, 0.2+ are bug fixes.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by discordian View Post
        This slow trickle of features that have been there from the start is killing me, and at the same time there are flaws discovered (Wayland Zombie Apocalypse) which wont be fixed at their origin.
        Flaws? Maybe one can rewrite in a safer language like these brave devs:

        https://github.com/Smithay/wayland-r...es/tag/v0.24.0

        It seems they don't give up but restructured in a way to overcome the language mismatch in this new release.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by juarezr View Post

          Flaws? Maybe one can rewrite in a safer language like these brave devs:

          https://github.com/Smithay/wayland-r...es/tag/v0.24.0

          It seems they don't give up but restructured in a way to overcome the language mismatch in this new release.
          That's a flaw independent of the language, and chances are that this library does not handle the flaw correctly. Those rust people sure cant help but hijack every thread.

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          • #15
            I don't like this - I have no performance impact from not unredirecting, and as bonus I get no tearing.
            Gnome X11 tears when it unredirects. Not good

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            • #16
              Man I pray that this will land as a bugfix for the .1 pointrelease then.

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