I feel configure events and requests are messed up
scampa.giovanni at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 15:25:29 PDT 2011
Il giorno mer, 07/09/2011 alle 14.07 -0400, Kristian Høgsberg ha
> 2011/9/7 Giovanni Campagna <scampa.giovanni at gmail.com>:
> > Il giorno mar, 06/09/2011 alle 22.54 -0400, Kristian Høgsberg ha
> > scritto:
> >> Finally, wl_shell is far from complete. It's intended to encapsulate
> >> the interactions desktop clients have with a desktop shell (ie,
> >> traditional linux desktop scenario) and play the same role for Wayland
> >> as EWMH does for X. For example, the maximize capability you mention
> >> needs to be communicated so that when moving the window, mutter will
> >> know whether or not to show the blue overlay. And many other things
> >> such as window title and window icon. I've just not tried to tackle
> >> that, since I don't want to specify that protocol, unless I'm also
> >> implementing it.
> > Well, I've prepared a branch locally, that includes everything I think
> > is needed for window management (including some niceties in the client
> > side API, like automatic caching of properties). I can send out patches,
> > but I think a public branch would be easier to review and discuss.
> Yea, a branch in a repo is definitely easier at this stage, please
> share the link.
Not knowing other appropriate public places, I've now uploaded a clone
of wayland at github.com/gcampax/wayland. There you can find the
desktop-shell branch, which includes most of this discussion, plus other
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