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- Feb 10 2015, 8:45 AM (349 w, 16 h)
Feb 14 2019
Feb 13 2019
87cf5188b466d3fa1e8c8ff7ad6d5039b28e298a should sort this.
return true if we added a callback from an always handler
Make sure clean up is called after all the adds
Feb 12 2019
slightly better "documentation"
Feb 11 2019
What is "size"? is that the physical size of the screen or the resolution of it?
Feb 5 2019
Well, anything with ecore_wl2 in it should be considered right out, because the whole point of this is to surrender that namespace, and sort of continuing to use it with a prefix will be confusing...
fix typo in commit log
Feb 4 2019
Feb 1 2019
Just out of curiosity, did you try compiling after you made changes and before landing?
Jan 31 2019
Jan 30 2019
I've tried to understand this but I get lost when trying to figure out what happens in evas_object_change() after this patch.
Jan 28 2019
Jan 25 2019
Nice! Looks like a sizeable reduction in complexity at the cost of a feature that seems dubious at best - and as cedric says, can be provided manually when it's actually necessary. I feel sometimes like EFL carries too much technical debt for features that very few devs actually need, so it's nice to see this go before eo stabilizes. ?
Reorder the whitelist, add a couple of new events, and list where it's from
Jan 24 2019
Not hugely familiar with this code, have asked one question.
Cool - I recently stumbled across that define and wondered what it was all about.
I like this a lot. :)
Jan 22 2019
Jan 18 2019
rebase after removing temp var
Remove temp variable
Just wanting to know if it's safe to assume pd is passed
Dear reviewers, please pay close attention to the final hunk - I think this should be fine, but my EOAPI knowledge is thin on the ground.
Should be orders of magnitude faster now, however, this mere 228k file is actually a pathologically nasty test case as it has 3 lines that are over 33000 chars long (check it with wc -L)
Jan 17 2019
Jan 16 2019
Thanks, that fflog2 is excellent.
Can you do that with WAYLAND_DEBUG=1 so we can see what the client/compositor conversation looks like to get there?