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    Phoronix: JetBrains IntelliJ-Based IDEs Offer Preview Wayland Support

    JetBrains announced this week that via their 2024.2 Early Access Program that IntelliJ-based IDEs will now offer experimental Wayland support...

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    I've been using it on Wayland (via XWayland, I guess), on a dual monitor setup, with different aspect ratios ever since Wayland became usable on KDE (~6.0). No issues, so there's little native Wayland support can improve upon.

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    • #3
      Java met Wayland, holy cow! I wonder if they share their work to use with other Java projects.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bug77 View Post
        I've been using it on Wayland (via XWayland, I guess), on a dual monitor setup, with different aspect ratios ever since Wayland became usable on KDE (~6.0). No issues, so there's little native Wayland support can improve upon.
        Fractional scaling does not work. Jetbrains IDEs are last blurry apps I am using.

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        • #5
          Wayland is deprecated.

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          • #6
            At a later date, we plan to implement native decoration support, similar to what is available currently with X11.
            Seems unlikely. There aren't any native decorations on Wayland. They'd have to include Gtk or Qt and draw a decoration that looks like whatever desktop is running, but that's really heavyweight and doesn't account for many alternatives. It'd be better to come up with something client-side that matches their application theme.

            *Edit: I'm aware some desktops like KDE have a protocol for asking for SS decorations, but Gnome devs steadfastly refuse to add it.
            Last edited by bearoso; 10 July 2024, 10:40 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ol3geezer View Post
              Wayland is deprecated.
              This guys again, get a life.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by bearoso View Post
                They'd have to include Gtk or Qt and draw a decoration that looks like whatever desktop is running, but that's really heavyweight
                lilbro has no idea what Intellij IDE is 💀💀

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by simburde View Post
                  Java met Wayland, holy cow! I wonder if they share their work to use with other Java projects.
                  Yeah, JetBrains started Project Wakefield. This work benefits all Java.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by RejectModernity View Post
                    lilbro has no idea what Intellij IDE is
                    Dev 1: "It's not heavy enough, what can we do to make it heavier?”
                    Dev 2: "Oh, I know, let's include GTK or Qt to draw a decoration that looks like whatever desktop is running.”
                    Dev 1: "Brilliant!"
                    Dev 3: "Say, how heavy do you guys want IntelliJ to be?”
                    Dev 1 and 2: "Yes."

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