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authorStefan Schmidt <s.schmidt@samsung.com>2015-02-27 15:19:34 +0100
committerStefan Schmidt <s.schmidt@samsung.com>2015-02-27 15:19:34 +0100
commit5f1ea9403f490a4285b826c2515d4df2177948da (patch)
tree85fce4c66bc821166d1893a75c1d5e779ed2e98f /configure.ac
parentea0cd3d7c3fbe227cbcb614fa852d9039763a816 (diff)
ecore_x/xcb: Remove xcb-xprint code to get the root window list and use fallback
This was the only user of xcb-xprint and we already have a fallback in place for it. I talked to Chris about it and he was fine with it before his morning coffee. More serious this should be ok and we can get rid of this part which starts to make trouble in distros by now. E.g. gentoo is disabling it completely and many others just ship upstream which means no pc file. Arch seems to patch it in but we are on the safe side with just using the fallback.
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@@ -3543,7 +3543,6 @@ dnl TODO: remove these ifdefs from code!
3543 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_SYNC], [1], [Build support for XCB sync]) 3543 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_SYNC], [1], [Build support for XCB sync])
3544 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_XFIXES], [1], [Build support for XCB xfixes]) 3544 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_XFIXES], [1], [Build support for XCB xfixes])
3545 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_XINERAMA], [1], [Build support for XCB xinerama]) 3545 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_XINERAMA], [1], [Build support for XCB xinerama])
3546 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_XPRINT], [1], [Build support for XCB xprint])
3547 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_XTEST], [1], [Build support for XCB xtest]) 3546 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_XTEST], [1], [Build support for XCB xtest])
3548 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_CURSOR], [1], [Build support for XCB cursor]) 3547 AC_DEFINE([ECORE_XCB_CURSOR], [1], [Build support for XCB cursor])
3549 3548