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- Jan 24 2016, 4:38 PM (272 w, 11 h)
@cederom If you want portable graphics system across Unix-like OS, the only choice, for a long time (in my opinion) is going to be X11. There is no gain introducing wayland support for FreeBSD right now. It makes X11 support elsewhere more work.
Can't we just still with X11? This may get really messy, and who is going to maintain that? On top of this it breaks other code paths in E by pulling in eeze.
Tue, Mar 16
Red Herring :) Wireless mouse signal dropping very briefly :)
Mar 7 2021
Mar 2 2021
i don't think it will be complicated...just figuring out.
I only ever did OSS :( lol
Feb 23 2021
Just a note.
Jan 31 2021
Jan 30 2021
Great! efreetd might be a pain for a while. If you submit patches even cooler! If there is time and I can help out that wouldn't be a problem. Good to hear of some interest and work on it.
Thanks Vincent. I'll wait a bit and see if there's any objection from the other eyes.
Can anyone please comment on the state of EFL and E etc on NetBSD? I'm really interested to know.
alastair@coldstream:~/Code/efl/build/src/tests/ecore $ ./ecore_suite Ecore_File Done (status: 0) Downloaded 0 bytes 100%: Checks: 5, Failures: 0, Errors: 0
Jan 29 2021
Sep 28 2020
Ah yeah you were right. I applied this. It actually causes a crash when attempting the copy/cut
@vtorri looked at this patch. The logic is already implemented here in ecore_cocoa.
Sep 18 2020
Unset, don't speculate a good default.
Sep 14 2020
Working nice here.
Sep 13 2020
When removing a newline in a multi-line elm_entry, a trailing newline glyph is being appended to the end of the new line.
Sep 12 2020
4976097bd427c09b493e428ce476b83d6427199e breaks it
It's rendering newlines in the editor when it shouldn't be. When merging up...you can see then if you copy the text into copy buffer then pass it to hexdump it's additional '\n' characters.
Aug 17 2020
Um, also regarding the above ticket query. I don't believe the optimus can be used as the primary driver for the display? I think it'll be intel only.
Of note the randr 1.2 stuff that got added. It seems, these optimus cards are offering DoubleScan in X a lot. I dont know how that'll translate to you but it might be useful.
Jul 14 2020
Every time they release a new OS lots breaks. Maybe it'd be best to tackle all these when 11 is public. There's all sorts of issues with windows and scaling need addressing. Is it worth spending time now to fix things with no idea what next is going to break in the forthcoming macOS 11 this year?
I don't think this is valid now. dragonfly dropped pulseaudio support.
@ProhtMeyhet Still valid? If not can you close this?
sheesh it only took 3 years ahaahahah
Closing this. Removed the test from elementary, was a miscommunication there..
Jul 10 2020
Yes. I don't know if you agree there, but unless you can move icons around and make it beuatiful i don't see the point. Also the argument you made regarding whether they should be movable is valid. I did wonder myself.
Jul 9 2020
Jul 8 2020
Clean up some more.
Make this better and simpler.
Jul 7 2020
Missed a part
May 29 2020
Back port this?
This is fixed by
May 27 2020
diff --git a/src/lib/eo/meson.build b/src/lib/eo/meson.build index 9cd3377..3a4e1e9 100644 --- a/src/lib/eo/meson.build +++ b/src/lib/eo/meson.build @@ -2,6 +2,10 @@ eo_deps =  eo_pub_deps = [eina] eo_ext_deps = [valgrind, dl, execinfo]
May 14 2020
You cannot build a port package with all this other software installed.
Did you build EFL with those flags?
meson build -Dsystemd=false -Deeze=false
Please advise the FreeBSD port maintainers not to build with wayland support . It does not work, it merely builds.
Follow that guide - remove the libepoll-shim package as suggested by @arrowdodger
That sounds about right @arrowdodger
I'm runnning E 24.0 and EFL 1.24 and Terminology 1.7.0 on FreeBSD 12.1 and OpenBSD 6.7-beta
I'm running terminology fine here on OpenBSD and FreeBSD.
Can you show the build options for EFL? There should be no reference to epoll
Apr 21 2020
None any more.
@cederom on Linux there are guides in the "docs" section on enlightenment.org. As far as FreeBSD is concerned, it might be some time yet.
meson -Deeze=false -Dv4l2=false -Dfb=false -Ddrm=false -Dwl=true -Dsystemd=false build
Can you please specify your build arguments to build EFL with wayland support on FreeBSD?
Apr 20 2020
I'm just going to close this then...
I agree here also. I didn't realise it had been broken outwith E since 1.22. With it working in E, I'm personally happy.
Are you saying the code is incorrect? I'm duplicating the behaviour from within ephoto which worked in previous releases.
Apr 17 2020
@billiob seems fixed due to changes in terminology. In E at least. Tested on 3 machines.
Apr 9 2020
@bu5hm4n Apologies about the test case location. ANyway it reproduces reliably.
I added a test to elementary_test:
That is weird.
Apr 5 2020
Apr 3 2020
Seems okay. Tested.
Apr 2 2020
2017 I think this can be safely terminated.
I use FreeBSD E for my main workstation. I haven't seen an efreetd.core file for a LONG time.
Apr 1 2020
I'll take this on post 1.24 release. Would be good to chat with you about it.
I'll see if we cant do this in 0.9 and efl 1.25.
This is in edi 0.8 which is out after efl 1.24.
This is actually done.
This is actually done in 0.8 which will release after efl-1.24