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It's done! #hikari 1.0.0 is out. 🎉 Let the journey begin. There are features that want to get implemented and bugs that need squashing 🐞 Time to move #Wayland adoption on #FreeBSD and #Linux forward. 😺 hikari.acmelabs.space/

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printf debugging has been sufficient for 99.9% of the errors I debug on a daily basis

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Since a couple of people asked me for a #hikari screencast I recorded one. It's pretty informal since I'm not good with this super polished talking style. I hope you get something out of it anyway 😺 Thanks to @tauli for the post-production magic 👍 #FreeBSD #Linux #wayland hikari.acmelabs.space/videos/h

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#hikari 1.0.0-rc1 is out! After a lot of work, we finally have our first release candidate! Thanks to everyone for all the help. Boosts welcome! 😺 🎉 hikari.acmelabs.space/ #FreeBSD #Linux #Wayland #wlroots

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@wolf480pl Not sure it'd be that noticeable. If you can change the refresh rate by 15Hz each frame it would only take a few frames to do the full range. Would need to experiment.

@sir But then instead of writing your program you write complicated types. Not great.

@wolf480pl Both options are workarounds really. The first one just pushes the workaround to the clients.

Put together a simple DRM client to get display timing information out of the kernel: github.com/emersion/drm_monito

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@Zurdo Some FreeSync monitors flicker when the refresh rate changes too rapidly. I'd like to know if anyone has this issue.

Sway users who have a VRR-capable monitor & GPU: I'd be interested if you could try this patch out and report back if you experience flickering.

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