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Re: Conflict resolution (gtk, wayland)

From: Rutger Helling
Subject: Re: Conflict resolution (gtk, wayland)
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2018 13:30:14 +0200

For the record, I've added 'wayland' to the '--with-platforms' flag
again. A lot of things get broken on Wayland otherwise. It looks like
we'll have to wait for Mesa to remove it themselves.

On Tue, 22 May 2018 17:55:49 +0200
Marius Bakke <address@hidden> wrote:

> Rutger Helling <address@hidden> writes:
> > I've created a patch to update Mesa on staging, along with removing
> > wayland-egl from it. I can confirm I can still start GNOME on
> > Wayland manually after rebuilding with this patch.  
> Excellent, thanks!
> > Should I apply this to staging now? It's been two weeks since the
> > last commit to staging, and a merge doesn't seem to be happening
> > anytime soon.  
> Hydra is currently busy with 'core-updates'.  In the mean time, please
> queue up patches on 'staging' so we can start it as soon as
> core-updates is merged.  The patch LGTM!
> > On an unpleasant side-note, certain things are completely broken on
> > GNOME on Wayland with staging. Menus and buttons don't work
> > anymore. I suspect this is because our mutter and gnome-shell
> > packages are too old (3.24.x instead of 3.28.x).  
> Does GNOME on Wayland work on current 'master'?  The only real
> difference on staging (apart from this patch) is GTK+ 3.22.30, which
> is fairly uneventful:
> But perhaps they removed some other interfaces when adding xdg-shell
> support?

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