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Kristian Høgsberg

Oh, ok, so getting X.org running under Wayland was easier than expected. Or I guess, it was as easy as expected, which is usually never the case.

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Kristian Høgsberg

Still hacking on the Wayland project. I've spent some time getting the repaint loop and repaint notifications right, which is surprisingly tricky if you want to sync to vblank and make sure every client gets a chance to paint every frame.

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Kristian Høgsberg

I found this link over on the github.com blog:

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Kristian Høgsberg

I guess. Maybe.

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Kristian Høgsberg

Ok, I went through my old post and deleted blog spam and closing old post for comments and now all these posts appear brand new. Sorry about the noise.

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