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- Feb 15 2013, 1:48 AM (352 w, 5 d)
I have merged some of these API functions today, so this patch will most certainly not apply cleanly anymore. There are still a few APIs on this that are not in upstream yet (mostly cursor APIs, and the input rectangle one).
Fri, Nov 15
Tue, Nov 12
@CHAN I added some more tests today and marked them off the list, However there is an issue with some of these functions (ones I marked with ?? at the end). Basically, I don't see how we can write tests for these functions because they only support a 'set'. As an example, ecore_wl2_window_class_set function ... We can make a test which executes that function, but we have no way to verify that the class actually gets set...
Tue, Nov 5
This will likely need to be rebased against EFL master due to the Ecore_Wl2.h file changes
I believe this task is now finished. All of the API functions inside Ecore_Wl2.h are now documented upstream. I will leave this ticket open for now in case more API gets added shortly.
Wed, Oct 30
Tue, Oct 29
Looks fine here
Oct 15 2019
I would have preferred a more descriptive error message, but since this is just in a test it's fine.
Oct 1 2019
This is working now. Fixed by commit https://git.enlightenment.org/core/efl.git/commit/?id=13ecc4898c23aa58421a847efbe5392d2b18cef8
Sep 27 2019
Sep 26 2019
Sep 25 2019
I would think these should use EINA_TRUE, EINA_FALSE for consistency, yes ??
Ah ok, no worries then
Seems to me this could just use a bool rather than an int...
Sep 23 2019
@stefan_schmidt I tested this with everything updated this morning. It works just fine when using software rendering, however when I try to test with gl rendering, nothing works .... not even elementary_test :( so I am unsure what to do here.
Sep 19 2019
@stefan_schmidt Yes, I am actively looking into this. Apologies for missing your message on the 13th, but for some odd reason, I did not get a Phab email about it :(
Sep 17 2019
Great work !! :) We cannot push this upstream yet tho because of the freeze for 1.23 release. After the freeze is over, I will push these changes.
Sep 16 2019
eeze is Required for ecore_drm2 so the answer is No, it was never supported to build drm without eeze