Mozilla's Servo Can Now Run On Wayland's Weston Compositor
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 10 December 2015 at 08:01 PM EST. 4 Comments
MOZILLA --
Mozilla's experimental Servo engine has been ported to run on Wayland's Weston.

Samsung's Mike Blumenkrantz who is known for his Enlightenment development has ported Servo to run on Weston. Mike carried out the feat during this week's Mozlando 2015 event. This news follows that of other Mozlando information about Servo and Rust components to slowly begin integration in Firefox in 2016.


Details about Servo on Wayland/Weston are limited at the moment, but the port was confirmed by @Servo along with the included screenshot.
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