EFL 1.14 Beta Brings Ecore-DRM Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 13 April 2015 at 11:06 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Just one week after the EFL 1.14 Alpha 1 release marks the availability of Enlightenment Foundation Libraries' 1.14 Beta 1 debut.

EFL 1.14 Beta 1 is mostly delivering fixes on top of the features introduced earlier in the 1.14 development cycle, but there's been a few more late additions. In particular, EFL 1.14 Beta 1 has a number of improvements to the Ecore-DRM back-end. Ecore-DRM now has support for dealing with the DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) of an output and new API functions for setting output gamma / marking a frame-buffer as dirty / disabling an output / setting up a DRM device for software rendering / returning a CRTC ID, etc.

Details on the EFL 1.14 Beta 1 changes via this Git commit.
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