@wolf480pl Long-lived TCP connections often have state. Restoring state may be annoying and require multiple roundtrips.
Correction: acquire_drm_display not yet merged, but I'll press the big green button in a day or two
@lynne This doesn't really change how the protocol works, it's just a hint for clients. Everything still works like before except there's a new hint.
Joshua Ashton has written his first Wayland protocol extension to help with Vulkan getting blocked when presenting a new buffer on a hidden surface. Glad how it came out! (I've been helping on the side.)
And that's the reason why I didn't want to write GitLab CI templates.
Naive patch that doesn't use CI templates: +104
CI templates patch: +1257
The new crocus driver for older Intel iGPUs has been merged!
@josealberto4444 The missing things for a release are mostly fixing outstanding bugs .
Unfortunately I don't have time for mrsh, and won't have in the foreseeable future... Shells are too complicated, fish is too comfy.
I've written a soju script for WeeChat. No need to manually add new servers anymore: for each network the bouncer is connected to, the script will automatically add a new WeeChat server.
@cnx Added an explanation in the commit message: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/wayland/wayland/-/merge_requests/146/diffs?commit_id=49d218af2efe13dddcbda3175b92639bed9d8bbe
*Finally* got some time to add FreeBSD CI to Wayland!
Great… Instead of helping out with standardizing protocols, Chromium is just adding support for GNOME-specific APIs.
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